Drummond Serviced Apartmerts Melbourne
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... that served up the best Chicken Rice ever – one of our favourite dishes when we were in Malaysia. It was so good we went back four times!
Melbourne is a city passionate about its sports with some of Australia’s most prestigious stadiums right on the river. We walked past the Melbourne Cricket Ground (known locally as the MCG), the Rod Laver stadium – home of the Australian Open tennis ...
... where they were in March 2011. Maybe we will just follow her footsteps...can't go wrong following Juanita, the intrepid traveller of everywhere.
I can only whisper a quiet good night in case I wake up the driver.
So good night and hugs to Paige, Charlie and Reggie. We are on the lookout for all the animals you know already, Charlie that are Australian. We have more hopes for Kangaroo Island than Melbourne!
... s eldest son is Michael Doyle, with whom I had a DNA match through Family Tree DNA and have been corresponding with ever since and met in person on this trip. I had dinner at the home of yet another child of Christopher and Clara, Carmel Letitia who is now 85. She and her husband Bernard Murphy had four sons and a daughter. I have had a particularly good time with one of her sons, Christopher and his wife Joanne. More about all of them later.
... was wearing suits and ties. Still, I walked around a took a few pictures. After a quick walk through not being able to see much as it was closed off, I wandered back to the MCG.
The tickets were all general admission and I wandered right down to the third row from the field. After watching the game for about 30 minutes, I gave up trying to figure out all the rules. I understood some things, but not others, so I asked someone near me ...
... evening we had dinner at Chetna's place, and then Giacomo and I went to see the penguins at St. Kilda beach before going to the airport to fly to Cairns to start our backpacking adventure. All five days in Melbourne were really great though, and a big, big thanks to Chetna and Siddharth for their hospitality and for the wonderful time we spent together! Can´t wait to see them both again at the end of January, before I go back to Oslo ...