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After our 9 hour flight we arrived in Melbourne. We checked into our hotel which was nice and then headed straight out to watch an Australian rules footy game.
The Game was being played at The Melbourne Cricket Ground which was pretty big - the match was Hawthorne Hawks vs. Geelong Cats. We didn’t really know the rules but we worked …
... afternoon and the Chinese New Year Celebrations were ongoing in Chinatown. We got a tram in and had a look round the stalls and the stage before having a look at the nearby Greek Precinct. We had a drink in one of the Laneway Bars before walking down Bourke Street to see the 100ft Chinese Dragon that they had at Docklands. We walked round the area (not much to see on a Sunday evening) before walking back to the Crown Complex to have a drink and some dinner. The Southbank was ...
... with a warning and the officer made a point of saying he had just saved her $444 on a speeding fine. NO idea why they use such random numbers for fines… there was one at the campsite of fires being fined at $732- how odd.
We only stayed one night in Adelaide, much to the annoyance of the hostel owner who gave us his "people only use this city as as stop gap" speech. The city is more like a big old style american town so i don't feel like i was missing anything. The next day we flew out to ...
... laid-out city we were able to see most of Melbourne. We definitely stick out as outsiders with our accent so everyone always asked us where we were from. Australians are very proud of their country and very eager to know what tourist think of it. They're also well versed on what's going on in the US. Many Aussies asked us about the Arctic Freeze going on in the US while Australia is experiencing a record heat wave. In the middle ...
... all inside within ten minutes-bag check one word summary: cursory. I had a vague plan. Both plucky Brit girls were on separate show courts first up. I was faced with the Rod Laver arena as soon as I walked in, but couldn't work out where everything was. Strolling around I found show court 3, where Robson was due to play, and thought that would do, but eventually I made the effort to get to show court 2, for Watson, figuring she had a better chance. I spotted a radio seller and ...
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