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... It was them again!
I joined them for lunch at Madamimadam (a palindrome by the way) and discovered a restaurant that has spoiled me for paninis. It was so good, I may never be able to touch a Panera panini ever again.
I got a cupcake at another local shop, and we had a meeting at 2 where we went over the trip again and got some more useful information.
Then around 3:30, I joined a group to wander Flinders St, and stay by the ...
... prolific brand of the co-op but more expensive.
The country itself is obviously a British colony to which in many ways the country is very proud of. The coat of arms has the British lion, the flag, etc. However Americanisms still creep in, crisps and chips for example.
Transport in the city and inner suburbs is mainly achieved by the tram. Constructed the same atmosphere as the London overground. You can catch the bus but it seems the ...
... called Myki. It cost us about $16 for the round trip.
We arrived later than we anticipated but we decided to take a quick walk to orient ourselves and ended up at Victoria Market. It was really cool. It is a huge open air market that sells a little bit of everything. There were wallets, handbags, souvenirs, shoes, cell phone accessories, clothes, and lots of junk too. Heather and I didn't buy anything but we did covet quite a few sweaters (it's been a ...
... our way back by visiting a museum with beautiful waterfalls and passing by the arts centre where we found a group of what seemed to be arty drama group of students. The students seemed to be performing a very unusual performance from which they ran around in brightly coloured and sparkly outfits shouting ying ya, fly, freeze and inhale exhale. Ed could not hold in his laughter, blurting out a laugh that most people in the crowd surrounding these students seemed to ...
... a treat, even if Ferrari were nowhere near the pace. I thoroughly recommend going to watch a Grand Prix, and am already looking forward to the next one. Monte Carlo, anyone?
As mentioned earlier, I find myself in new employment. After becoming completely disillusioned with door-to-door selling of a product I literally had no passion for, I parted ways with IF Business Solutions and, after a 2 week “holiday”, started with Ingogo. I am much happier with this new ...
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