Aston & Royal Albert Apartments
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... of the lightening from a distance was incredible, lighting up the sky. However, the rain got so heavy we sought refuge in a near by city and searched for some delicious cuisine- McDonald's! We finally got home that evening about half past nine (having travelled about 600km)...and collapsed into bed!
Our last day in Australia was spent with Christine and her daughter Laura who took us to Yarra Valley, wine country, for the day. Our first ...
... with his managers and the job was mine.
Cue a moment of whooping with joy.
Despite my serious, seeeriioouuus desire to call it a day and head home for a satisfied sleep, he invited me to listen to the track for the shoot and check out the view from his ruddy 40 high penthouse. I was tired, I had also just been offered the job, I was feeling some small nudge of obligation, yes, I decided to get it over and done with, listen to the track, ...
... especially in Melbourne. In addition to the MCG, there is the Rod Laver Arena home of the Australian Open Tennis Tournament and a cycling velodrome.
Melbourne also hosts the Formula One, Australian Grand Prix and the Australian Open Golf Tournament at Royal Melbourne Golf Club. Quite the sporting City.
We walked through a couple of beautiful parks ...
... Meeniyan, to spend the day with another cousin. Lots of introductions and catching up. Also introduced to lots of wildlife. Now I believe I'm in Australia! Mrs Koala and baby, plus kangaroos. Friday October 3rd. Another great day. Last day in Victoria. Into the Dandenong hills. Stunning scenery. Called at Sassafras, lovely little town with teapot shop. Up to observation point. (2069') great views. On ...
... in Melbourne at about 2am local time, after a very nice bloke, Nathan, shared a taxi with me then turned down any money I tried to give him for it. After letting the relevant people know I was alive still I tried to get some sleep - this failed instantly. I managed about an hour before my brain decided my mental wellbeing was not important and I text everyone I knew for entertainment. After all my ...