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... great in the rain and Melbourne is no exception.
After the rain stopped we took the 96 tram into Melbourne centre to start work. On the way to the Alfred Hospital we found some trees with knitted covers over their trunks.
20 degs C may be colder than normal, but this seemed slightly more arboreal friendly than was absolutely necessary.
Off to Alfred Hospital to sit down with their registries group. ...
... Sherer hill. -Hangovers. - Some how got roped into playing cricket. Realised I throw like an absolute pansy. - Celebrated our win - Meeting my cousin Amy in the city. A nice home away from home. - More cricket and alcohol. - Driving Vickys awesome mini -Trying to learn the lingo. (Flip flops are called thongs. Vest tops are called singlets. Maccies is called maccas. Cigs ...
... money. They had a big Christmas display, with a song medley and baubles that opened up and had various characters inside. It was probably the most Christmassy we will get...!
Back in St Kilda, we grabbed a quick pizza ($5 for a Pizza Hut pizza – bargain!) and headed out to the pier. They have a platform here on the beach, and after dark up to 200 little blue penguins make their way in to the rocks behind it. Unlike New ...
Torquay in the state of Victoria was the birthplace of Rip Curl one of the the surfing brands to conquer the world. The surf on the beach at Torquay isn't world class, but a haven for beginners to learn the art of falling off a board, it made my eyes bleed to watch 60+ people in the water flapping around on their boards and not catching ...
... doorway, there seems to be some sort of amazing quirk which makes you wonder how on earth people ever discover these places. One random alleyway I came across was named Dame Edna Place, and the street sign had been jazzed up in the Dame's honour by a border of showbiz lightbulbs. A tiny street behind my hostel looked pretty dodgy at night time, with graffiti-covered roller shutters and some smelly waste bins just visible in the gloomy darkness. But the next morning, the ...