Park Regis Griffin Suites
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... up the sun when it managed to break through the rain clouds. I already had the first 3 days of the next week booked up with work, so was looking forward to the steady income and routine. We just need to get Edd into something; construction or sailing, whichever comes first.
Observations thus far:
Australian radio channels are decidedly inappropriate. I enjoy one channel in particular that's the most religious one (apparently) they ...
... or having my tea confiscated. Result! The Melbourne girls we'd met in Halong Bay were there to fetch us and we had big hugs all round; it was a very different welcome to what we were used to - normally being bombarded with taxi / took took drivers and having to figure out where on earth we were going. This was a much nicer arrival and very fitting, considering we weren't planning on leaving in the next 5 days, like during our travels.
One of the girls ...
... for a great view of the field. Behind us was glass so you could also feel the sun and see the CBD of Melbourne. The game was close for the first half which kept the crowd in to it. Eventually Essendon won 105-84 though if Carlton had made a few six point kicks near the end it could have turned out differently. Caleb and I stopped for some gelato on Lygon street and I have to admit it was really really good. We face timed Christine, she was very impressed with us filling up on gelato at ...
... had lunch at The Abbey Road Cafe which turned out to be the best meal besides breakfast we’ve had since we been here as well. Needless to say, we ain’t going to bed with an empty stomach tonight. All this missing out on good cooking over the last week and a half has got me reminiscing about some of the meals I’ve eaten over the last couple years such as the Midnight Train and the Double Coronary ...
... hotel, and so we take to pacing the parking lot. Round 1 goes swell. Round 2, not so much. We were walking past the reception doors, hoping time had passed, and from beyond the picket fence came growling and very loud barking. This startled Skutes quite a bit, and this triggered Skutes' most manly instinct: throw girlfriend in front of oneself, to defend against incoming night monster. No more is needed to be said. If you ever ask him what happened, he will say 'nothing ...