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Travel Blogs from Dandenong
... 8221; …….bugger.
You see this morning I’m off up the Dandenongs (still makes me chuckle) which is a group of Mountain Ranges about 45 minutes outside of Melbourne. So with my wise old mum’s warning in my head, I set off on an epic trip. When I say epic it’s a train and a bus, but I have to walk and stuff so it’s epic in my mind!
As I’m on the train heading towards Upper Ferntree Gully (yes ...
... of burrows that are homes for the ferry penguins. This is home to one of the largest colonies in Australia. Many of the burrows have been protected by wooden frames, and there were many more that are continuing to be made by the many penguins that come in at nightfall to sleep and rest. This “Penguin Parade” that occurs nightly is a popular event that attracts thousands of visitors to come and witness. You sit in ...
... we took a taxi to Docklands. We had an Italian taxi driver. I like the Italians better than the Indians. Better food, better smell and better sense of humour. (Is that racist?) Docklands was full of beautiful people and lots of free stuff. We had dinner at a restaurant with a fab view and then made our way back to fashion central. I lined up for a Loreal skin consultation from a girl who looked about 12. We had a fun time and she ...
... you get after a big, snotty cough, and realising someone else is in the room. It all made perfect sense now. NOWWWW! After scrounging for a $60 taxi fare, entering the wrong gym, Michelle not telling the manager I was coming... In the words of Sabulba (Star Wars Episode 1) "POO-DOO!!"
I was gunna have to make the call. Praying for the call to redirect to a voicemail message... I'd rather have her put up with my 'Um, Erms' on ...
... Crossing things off lists.
Trying something new.
Doing something you love.
Overcoming your fears.
Touching the lives of everyone you know.
Creating new dreams to conquer.
Being true to who you are.
Those are just the small things in life that we normally take for granted, but when you look at the bigger picture, you begin to realise that.. really, it's the small things that matters.
This is ...