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... something like that. I must have took about 100 photos of the same thing but I just wanted to capture every moment. Stood on the top of a mountain at Halls Gap. The Grampians National Park was like standing on top of the world. I will never forget that sunrise. Once the sun had risen we headed down the valley and were greeted by 10s of wild kangaroos. To us foreigners they're such exotic creatures, but in reality they're one of the most common creatures you can find. There are ...
Hey everybody arrived safe and sound in Melbourne airport. After multiple choices of subway, Maccas, hungry jacks and band is we finished off tea and checked in. After a few minor laughs we are now all shopped out and ready to take flight! See you all soon in Phnom Penh! GOOD ...
... designated as "little" street with same name. Alleys were meant to be servant entrances, sewer areas and garbage areas for grand homes. With immigration in early 1900s, larger homes were made into businesses and divided homes. They first became tent cities were groups set up trade stores and food shops. Brothels and opium dens were common. With urban redevelopment and yuppie influence the alleys have become chic bohemian boutiques and cafés similar to ...
... I took a #55 West Coburg tram from William St. It was a 300 metre walk from the McArthur Road tram stop to the Zoo entrance, but this was still a good hassle free method of transport, getting me to the Zoo just after 0930am. For those wanting to alight a bit closer, there is another tram stop ...
... Italian meal there. On day 73 we walked around the CBD which is easy to navigate as it is a grid of horizontal and vertical roads with trams throughout but we did not use them as it was small enough to walk. We also visited the National Gallery which is close to our hotel prior to meeting up with an ex work colleague, Phil Smith, who has just moved back to Melbourne after a near five year stint in London. We finally met his English girlfriend, Jen, and it was exciting to ...