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... Went out for evening meal, went the other way to last night because receptionist told me food good at hotel down the road and turn right, which we did. We walked and walked went in a massive square ended up where we ate last night, probably walked a good couple of miles. Forgot we we're in Australia turn right must mean turn left, realised that when we checked map on our return to apartment
... too which is a bonus :) hopefully get a couple of hours sleep to prepare us for the busiest hostel in Australia tomorrow. 90 rooms spread over 8 floors. Only staying one night there tho before we move to a quieter one thankfully.
Only 788 km to go speak soon people :)
Ps few random pics of southern cross station and one of the Melbourne eye(like the London eye) all lit up taken from the coach ...
... an evening meal out of. Back at the house we got reacquainted with Kaiser and cooked but with Coxy & Bhrat out for the evening just relaxed in the living room before getting an early night.
Waking up on Thursday was a bit of a shock to the system - we'd gone from high pace travelling and endless plans to a complete standstill and seemingly nothing on the horizon. It was nice but at the same time a bit concerning as we both look to be active and occupied where possible. ...
... I won't try to explain. I have seen videos of the band but when you see and hear them live and in full, the beat goes right through you and can't help but to groove along. Do people still use that word!?! I caught up with V&B after one of their performances and told them how fantastic the were, but they were to pooped to talk. The official program finished around 9.45 and the crowds flocked to the Mad Max stage where after the band had finished their gig the ...
We had a nice sunny day in Melbourne,not to cold it was a lot warmer than was forecast. We caught a bus and tram to the Victoria street markets did a bit of shopping. Richard found some oysters and could not resist so had to buy a dozen there is a photo for you Jeff. Then we walked down to the Myer centre and do a bit more shopping . Then we caught the tram back to the port. We sailed away on time even though they were paging ...