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... modern architecture) where people had gathered to watch the Australian Open. Federation Square had been built over the train tracks leading into Flinders Station.
We passed a lot of things - to the point where I am not even sure what we saw - but a few stuck out. We passed the Duke of Wellington, the oldest pub in Melbourne from the 1850s. We drove down Collins Street through the Paris End (so named for the designer fashions that can be found there). As we passed St. ...
I'm currently sitting on a plane on my way to Singapore. I have a spare seat beside me back here in cattle class (bonus!) and I am absolutely freezing my **** off (bummer). I'm wearing my down-filled jacket which is zipped up from my neck to my knees, as well as several other layers, and I'm still frozen. Does not bode well for the ski trip in an unseasonably cold Japan that I'm about to embark on. This is the first leg of a trip that I've wanted to take for many years. It's not my ...
... can get right up close to them – they were no more than a metre away at some points. We probably saw about 30 of them before we left. If I was a penguin, I think I would prefer to live in NZ than here – stupid people kept taking photos with the flash on, right in their little faces. Poor things.
Melbourne is now my favourite city that we have visited. The place has a real chilled-out holiday feel to it, with loads of ...
... inspiring as we were led to believe, we have seen as good sticky out bits of rock in the UK . We missed the farmers market as it was the week before but Sue still managed to conjure up a lovely Sunday Dinner with supermarket bought carrots, cauliflower and lamb chops. A miserable day of rain set in the following morning so we decided to head back along the long boring windy ocean road ...
... the man on the souvenir stall made out like I was interrupting him from his boomerang arranging when I tried to pay for a few items. One of the highlights of my Melbourne experience was a trip with Kate and Adam to the Lui Bar at the top of the Rialto Towers. On level 55, well-dressed waiters serve cocktails as you lounge about on a chaise longue. The pop-up cocktail menu was filled with interesting-sounding concoctions and I went for the Hallowe'en themed Spider Fizz. When ...