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... food and said we should have no problem finding good eating there. One thing I had noticed and he pointed out as well was that there are not many places that serve pork. He said pork just doesn’t have a big market over here, and the same goes for sausages except in a few places that were settled by the Germans. Hopefully I can track down a good breakfast place for in the morning, and we can finish our Australia part of this adventure off right.
We arrived at Melbourne early just as the sun had risen and the first thing we noticed as we approached Melbourne station was that Melbourne looked a bit industrial, grotty and there ridiculous amount of graffiti. The second thing we noticed was as we got off the train it was absolutely freezing! We was staying at our first AirB&B which is Website where people rent out their houses or spare rooms. We was staying with a lady called Irene who ...
... so we didn't want to go crazy. Brenda had a granola bar in her bag she snacked on and I purchased a tasty coconut macaroon. We finally ended up sitting out on a bench along the river watching the birds fly by along with all the people.
Around 4:30 or so we made our way to Batman Park. No, they are not movie buffs, that is actually the name of one of the founders of Melbourne. At one point Batmania was in contention for the name of the city, before they settled on naming it ...
... so quickly we had to wait a few minutes to be picked up at 10.00 at the terminus by Duane. The flat is only about 15 minutes from downtown so we could soon gratefully sleep for a couple of hours. At about two we walked for a few minutes to a shopping street and had bacon and eggs. And then, as we found ourselves next to a station, we took a train into the city rather than a tram. I believe that Melbourne has ...
... Its awesome really how many animals are available to see in the wild in Australia. A pretty much limitless supply all over it seems.
Our last night around Melbourne we spent in the parking lot of a beach watching Big Hero 6 on my tablet. Overall, i think we need to come back to Melbourne at some point and enjoy seeing it over the space of a week, preferably during the Melbourne Open. Tomorrow we start for Adelaide.