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... museum. The National art gallery is pretty good as well and is split across 2 locations. The street art in Melbourne is great too! There are great areas across St Kilda including the beach. I enjoyed Australia day greatly taking in parades, festivals, performances and fireworks. I saw some of the most wonderful areas of natural landscape on the great ocean road. Not bad for 2 weeks ...
... I managed not to spend a fortune though and exited the market with some apples, unexciting to most but to fruit deprived me VERY exciting!
It was a lovely, sedate but informative tour that helped give you a quick insight into the city and a better idea of where things were. After the tour I went for a walk around, purchased some lunch, and then popped to the local library to make use of the Wi-Fi and toilet facilities before heading back for some dinner and an early ...
Well things are certainly getting exciting around here now! Only 6 days to go until we fly out to the USA! We booked our holiday in January this year and at the time it seemed a long wait until the 13th of September. Its hard to believe that the time has passed so quickly and in one more week we will be boarding a plane to America!
There has been a lot ...
... and on a little further to Half Moon Bay. It was a gorgeous day - week actually - sun shining, the sea and sand, a picnic, karaoke on the bikes, Brighton beach and it's infamous beach huts, paddling in the water, sipping coke at the cafe and most importantly good company. August was also birthday celebrations galore... Or at least it felt like that. Markus, Kimberly, Brit and Kev all had birthdays and celebrations to go with them. We had a house party ...
... it -- this was what was served. After lunch, we watch the cook prepare this by taking dough, throwing it like a pizza, then getting it as thin as paper. Then then folded it together to bake. At 4:30, we met the group. Maree is our leader and she went through the rules and what to expect from the week. She taught us a few new phrases (everything is abbreviated) such as sunnies (for sunglasses), Tazzie (for Tazmania) and binnos (for binnoculars). Our first ...