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... for something a bit different.
The next day began another week of work and study for us both. Early on in the week we decided we wanted another amazing weekend, so we made plans to go to a very well known cafe in South Melbourne for breakfast on Saturday, followed by a visit to the South Melbourne markets.
Breakfast was at St Ali South, where B ordered the 'Barista's Breakfast' - a trio of coffees prepared each with different beans. There was a cappuccino, ...
... to see a bit of British seaside tradition half way across the world, although these were selling for the same price as a small house! Their current visitor was leaving the next day and so cooked a lovely lamb dish for dinner to say thank you. There was a viewing deck on the roof of the house where we watched the sun set over the water and city. It was incredible!
As our spirits were brighter and the weather was more tame we decided to ...
... to set us right and had a look around some fruit/veg/fish/meat markets. Really beautiful and so so much variety of foods to buy. After we'd had a wander, we came home and Corey cooked Salmon in an asian sauce. We ate, skyped Mum & went to bed shattered. (I made it to 10pm which is pretty good going I think!). I uploaded a pic to FB that night and had a comment from Laura Tanner. Turns out she's living 5 minutes up the road from here so i'll ...
... off the hire car at Thrifty and picked up the campervan
from Britz, which, we christened ‘Bertie’. Got to Port Melbourne, parked up at
5pm and found a lovely American Burger restaurant where we had gourmet burgers and a glass of wine to settle
ourselves before our journey!! The white horses in the bay seemed to be getting
bigger and bigger, growing with our apprehension. We had been warned by more
than a few people the crossing to Tasmania ...
... and slammed the door shut. After a few minutes we hear "pop" and the back window of the shuttle blew out. Shattered!
So there's another delay which the driver then informed us we would have to now wait for another shuttle to come as it was unsafe for us to drive to the airport with a broken window.
We finally made it to the airport. Explained our story to a nice hostess standing near by to help people board so she got us ...