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So, a bit of delayed entry.. but here we go.
I've been in Melbourne for almost 3 months now and I'm loving it. Despite staying in a hostel for the entirety after saying I was done with them, it's been one of the favourite parts of my travels so far and I am delighted that we chose to come back to Melbourne early/instead of Sydney.
I'll try and get a summary of what's happened but my memory is horrendous so I will probably miss out a lot and make up ...
... to. With quite a walk to our next destination, a tram ride was necessary. Debating on the direction, I was correct in my logic and just as well we did not follow Andy's lack of directional skills, he'd have taken us back to where we started. Jumping on with myki cards at the ready, we set off for Southbank. Glad not to have walked it, we jumped back off at the end of Clarendon St and on the South side of Yarra River. Strolling along the riverside wharf trying to locate ...
... some more shops later on, Was lovely too see H and M, Zara, Topshop, just proper shopping really! We then went to the opening of Victoria Markets Summer Night Market. Ben was in his element. There was so many food stalls he eneded up having 4 teas the fatty. Had some delish Sangria and had a look round the stalls. Got a cheeky little toe ring! J Was such a good market, so big! Loved it! Thursday woke up a lot fresher which is always nice. We went to pick ...
... to the supermarket, then to the hostel to pick up some jumpers as it had come in cold. We got to the hostel, got to our room to hear lots of female screams coming from inside and a sock on the handle!!!!! Well I'd had enough, Matty was going to wait outside but I was so sick of coming back and feeling like we couldn't go in to our own room so I ignored the sock, infact I took it off the handle and chucked it on the floor, put my key in the lock and suddenly heard mass ...
... and hordes of people I thought to myself about what I would do in Melbourne for these few days. The obvious choice would be to visit the MCG, but I'd done that on my previous visit and I supposed there wasn't much point in repeating the things I'd done before. So, the G was out, as was the Casino, and the Great Ocean Road was definitely off the table. What could I do that was different? Well, the first thing that came to mind was the Eureka Skydeck. While I was thinking this ...