Melbourne Short Stay Apartments
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This weekend I was lucky enough to spend my birthday in the big city! It was also a 3 day weekend as most of Australia was celebrating the Queen's Birthday so my host family had the weekend free!
Saturday night I went into the city to watch a footy game! Footy (Australian football) has been played in Melbourne for over 150 years, only a little longer than the Football we know. Over here American football is referred to as Gridiron. The Aussie Footy is only similar ...
... were in their element with the cricket and beer and Liz and I enjoyed the sun and the wine. A win win!! Steve's visited the SCG (Sydney) to watch the 20/20 with his dad and then we both went to the 20/20 at Adelaide Oval. We also went to watch the Australian open and watched which was great and Steve's been to watch a few other AFL games at the Gabber (Brisbane) and The ...
... 8221; a wonderful woman playing a man’s man who sang songs and told stories of his recent trip to Mongolia. The reviews said this show was “Ron Swanson meets Flight of the Concords.” This was Josh’s favorite show. Female comedians do it again! Our final show was a line up of stand-ups from the US, including Wyatt Cenac, a former correspondent for the Daily Show. We sat right in front, laughing and groaning and going along with the comics all ...
... books watching the sky change colour and waves roll in. By this point each one of us was wishing we had worn more than shorts and t-shirts as we were burnt by the wind trying our best to enjoy the phenomenal views and not let the cold ruin the moment. We were glad to be back on the bus once the sun had set and headed back to Melbourne with a quick stop for a Mcdonalds we were exhausted and crashed into bed when we were back at the hotel at midnight. ...
... Ocean Road that had been bypassed. It became clear that the original road was just wide enough for horse drawn wagons to pass but you very much got the sense of how much hard labour had gone into the original construction. Craggy Glen then loaded us all into the truck to go to view, one of the tourist star attractions The Twelve Apostles. These are pillars of sandstone rock eroded by the sea to stand alone as sentinels. This coast is mainly volcanic rock but ...