Punthill South Yarra Serviced Apartments
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... in the day of a Koala). Apparently the only easy way to tell a Mummy & Daddy Koala from each other whilst they are up a tree is either by the size of their nose or wait until the male gets horny and listen for the gruff manly bear like call. After getting our fill of static Koalas and Anne had fully checked out the shop, we headed for the GP motor racing circuit. Unfortunately you could have coffee but you had to pay to actual see the track, even though it wasn't ...
... in groups, all suited up chatting about how they "closed a deal for $500,000" or how they were "In a meeting with potential big clients". Despite this the tight pocketed *******s wouldn't buy even a happy hour drink. What's the point in putting pockets in a suit, the only reason there there is so they can keep their state of the art, prepaid work phone in one side, maybe their fancy car keys...and play with themselves in the other one. I realise this is being harsh as not ...
... the system somehow works and keeps the trams running without cars blocking their way.
We did have one narrow miss, however, when two lanes narrowed into one. A car wanted to merge into our lane from the left and, out of nowhere, a tram appeared on our right and put us well and truly in the middle of a major car-tram sandwich! Ness slammed on the brakes and the tram missed us by inches. Never fight a ...
... so beautiful to watch and experience and we are thankful to our hosts for choosing this kind of activity because it's what Bev and I enjoy most doing.
As we drove through Melbourne on the motorway to the sea we met the Great Ocean Road which is like the Pacific Coast Highway in California. Beaches abounded with surfers and there were quite good waves were lots of people in the water. Today is Labour Day (spelled it right again!) and the roadways ...
... dotted with dark brown cattle or dusty grey sheep. Not very much variation...some roll and some flat.
We thought the best thing we needed to do was walk around a bit once we had dumped our suitcases. We put on our backpacks to carry our supplies back...we have a small kitchen which will be great. Just a couple blocks to the action...but it was 31 degrees and humid so we did it slowly and then on Federation ...