Travel Blogs from Melbourne
... Melbourne at 5:00pm, left the airport at 6:00pm taking the Skybus to Southern Cross Station where we caught a Glen Waverley train to our local station where our friends Joy and David picked us up. Then home!! Thanks to our neighbour, Katalin, for turning on the heating - it was VERY chilly returning to Melbourne tonight so greatly appreciated! We generally had good weather while we were away, although it was a ...
... and I'll be damned if I don't take the most of it! Or at least try to.
So, we hopped on the tram and traveled all around Melbourne, and truth be told I missed some of the historical facts about some sights, but I got a good glimpse of the city, and that's what counts.
I also got a sense of Melbourne architecture.
Melbourne has beautiful and impressive buildings. I have the sense that they're willing to be bold without ...
... clear skies, but it was cold. I know I can't complain about the weather to Canadians, but it is going down to 6 degrees at night and only getting up to 15 degrees in the days now.
On Friday I got to attend my first Rugby Union game. There is also a rugby league but that is different somehow and the only difference I can remember is that rugby league players wear shorter shorts! Lach will be horrified, but his mom told me that is the only way she can tell the ...
... atmosphere was electric at times, not sure if it quite matched up to that of The Hawthorns when West Brom run out the tunnel but then again not much ever could...ha! On our final day in Melbourne the city finally reminded us we were in Australia, as the sun reappeared from behind the clouds. I woke up with a bit of a sore head (obviously all my own doing). I received no sympathy from Philippa and we commenced the long walk from Melbourne city centre past South ...
... bubble inside of me it's a delicately balanced ****. Every slight change in projection of the aircraft tilts my bubble towards evacuation.
At this instant I'm impatiently watching the flight path on my personal screen. The front of the plane appears to have reached northern Australia. Unfortunately the rear of the plane is still over Indonesia – I'm in row 59. Wish I was in first class, I'd be almost there by ...
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