Punthill South Yarra Grand
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... this is very popular. We are only travelling the first half of the line, which passes all too quickly before we have to be on the bus again to a place called Sassafras which is a touristy mountain village stop but where we managed to buy a couple of second-hand paperbacks for the next leg of the trip, in a garden centre of all places. One is the short stories of Henry Lawson which should provide some period sketches of life in Australia.
Back in Melbourne we lunched in ...
... down the street in an attempt to avoid poop and getting my car dinged. It’s entertaining how much there is to be considered when wanting to leave your car somewhere.
Moving along swiftly… I can say for certain that Melbourne is very similar to London, minus the public transport. There is always something on and we find ourselves incredibly busy, although I'm never particularly sure what we're busy doing. I went to the horse races 2 ...
... intersection, but then there is a gap before the intersection where you can do the u-turn; the no u-turn sign is not valid for the first gap, but is for the second, but you're confused as to the radius of said sign's instructions.
Schools don't necessarily have bells, they play music instead. So Happy will play over the intercom and the children will know they have the duration of the song to go to the toilet and get to class. It's hilarious.
... and then to embark upon our grand touring adventure driving from France into Italy across to Slovenia, down through Croatia and then back to Italy via car Ferry from Dubrovnik Croatia to Bari Italy.
From Bari we will then drive down into the toe of Italy to catch the short car ferry ride across to Sicily and then eventually crossing over onto the island of Malta. After a few days ...
….. so we have finally begun our trip, after years of planning it seems surreal to actually be on the plane. It has been a difficult lead up as we just found out five days ago that our travelling partners (mum and dad Smart) were not able to come but after much agonising we have decided to plough on. We will miss the opportunity to tease mum at every opportunity but will just have to incorporate that into the blog where we can.