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After gaining a good grasp of Melbourne's culture I head out to Phillip Island in search of the local wildlife. We stop at a wildlife park for some photo ops with kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, dingos and even a wombat. Then off to the world famous Woolamai beach where you are likely to find more great whites than anywhere else in Australia and there is no history of an attack ever!! This is an extremely ...
We've now officially been living in Melbourne for two weeks.This week G started working with her team at work so things have been much more hectic for her! B started work on Wednesday, and then had another shift Thursday. Working in a new store, B's finding that everything is pretty much the same as her old store, but just different enough to be annoying!
We've both become used to using public transport to get around, which is something neither of ...
Winter has arrived here in Melbourne, and I must say, it is way better than a Canadian winter! The night time temperature is going down to about 6-7 degrees and the days are reaching between 15-20 degrees. It feels cold, but I really shouldn't complain after years of -30!
I have not been doing anything overly exciting to pass the time. I am really busy at work. Most nights I am staying late or finishing paper work at home. We are just setting up one of the new sites, so it ...
... dog today. The officers gave him a belt to wear, and the dog came by and sat down by him when he recognized the smell. (Of what, WE DON'T KNOW!) The dog missed it the first time, but got it several other times.
When it was over, he got a little thank you card from Australia Customs Officials.
Me: "Did you get a prize?"
Carter: "He gets one free smuggle."
And then I had a good laugh because could you imagine!? I could.
Then we ...
Breakfast in Southbank food court with a large collection of food boutiques. A group of birds had unfortunately made the food court their home. Had a few close encounters where we were nearly speared in the head by a low flying bird's beak. Took a walk north over the Yarra river to the Immigration museum. Looked around studying the development of immigration laws: how they've been come more liberal. But still favour the white man. Walked around the pop up ...
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