Art Series - The Blackman
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... goes transparent and you can see that you are no longer in the building. You are looking out over Melbourne, but more worryingly, you are looking straight down at the pavement below you. It freaked everyone (myself included) out. Probably the most ridiculous thing about it was that as people were moving around the cube to look around, they (or should I say 'we'?) were grabbing onto the sides as if they were in danger of falling.
When that was done, I wasn't be too ...
... with totems and the sand worm from Beetlejuice all making an appearance and a theatre designed to represent a dancer twirling. Melbourne prides itself on multiculturalism and has dedicated a local bridge to it as well. Taking sculptures originally designed for the Commonwealth games and plunking them along a bridge that tells the history and diversity of Melbournes population as it is one of the most ethnically diverse cities ...
Back in Balwyn! It looked like an ideal flight plan. Leave at bedtime and arrive after breakfast, sleep in between. Simple! It didn't work that way even though I took two sleeping pills. I got about an hours sleep and Chris maybe a couple. No excuses; we had plenty of space with three seats to the two of us. I don't know what went wrong. No sniffers, coughers or screamers. Maybe we slept too much the night before. You might have noticed that I ...
... much as us with no one else around nor playground, and claimed instant boredom. We had a picnic lunch by the river and then proceeded on a short 1.5km walk down to Ackles Bend with a detour through some scrub. The youngsters complained for the first 5 minutes until we saw some kangaroos, then ran, laughed and played for the rest of the journey. There were a couple of markers with lift-up lids to show maps and Matilda discovered an ...
So today we left Sydney which we have really enjoyed, to fly to Melbourne . It was a good flight and we learnt that we need to check in on line if we want seats together. We checked in to the hotel where our room is in the front and overlooks the Flagstone Gardens which is just as well because the hotel is dwarfed by a very big crane behind it. There is a set of ...