Arrow On Swanston
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The hotel is located on the outer edge of the Melbourne CBD and near the Queen Victoria Markets.
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We slept pretty well after such a long day exploring the Great Ocean Road in the rain and relaxed in the morning with the Jacksons before we had to go. It is always great to catch up with them and see how much the girls are growing up. We didn't have much planned for the day so after breakfast we bade our farewell and jumped …
... with an opulence of first-class coffee places. Fear not, we will return :) Torquay made up for our caffein deprivation and cheeky enough attempted to lay our credit card to waste with one surf shop after the other! How dare you? You know how much I love surfer fashion and how little space I have in my backpack^^ Just down the road in Anglesea, we did some kangoo spotting on the golf course, which is their second most natural ...
So as you might have heard, it was recently New Years Eve, I had a great day and night, firstly we went for a BBQ on the river which was pretty sweet, ciders and burgers and a great view. Then we headed for the Federation Square where we watched the fireworks (see video attached)
Was a fun night, the simple pleasures are the best and I made the most of it.
Today started with a trip to Brunswick on the tram! It's quite an alternative style town with boutique shops and bars. We were recommended to go to a brewery called Little Creatures and it didn't disappoint. All the beer and cider is home brewed so we got 4 ponies to taste (yes it is acceptable to drink at noon on your holiday!). We then headed down the street to a place called 'Naked for ...
... anywhere similar in the entire world. It really was spectacular, being a part of a functioning monastery on a mountain complex established in 700 ad. You are secluded from the real world in a peaceful natural environment covered in temples where people spend all day praying for world peace. The atmosphere was indescribable. Kii Peninsula: My expectations may have been a little high. I was expecting rugged coastal scenery, spectacular view from wild hiking trails and hidden ...