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... know but it is still very much layed out like an office even though it had all the living essentials. I live in a room with three doors and one sink. It is tiny but awesome. The Office is a major bachelor pad with **** laying around everywhere and evidence of past ragers. But they are all what Tom calls "legends"( great ppl). In none other than the heart of Melbourne i have been taken in by a pack of young, strapping Aussies and it feels great. They are some of ...
... de moeite waard zijn om te bekijken. Hosier Lane, Union Lane en AC/DC Lane staan bekend om de street art ofwel graffiti. Daarnaast is AC/DC Lane een eerbetoon van de stad aan de band die ooit begon in Melbourne.
De plaatselijke VVV heeft een aantal wandelingen uitgezet. Een paar daarvan ga ik lopen. De eerste is de Waterfront route. Deze loopt langs de Yarra rivier en is best aardig. Na een lunchpauze doe ik de Elegant Enclave route met de nadruk ...
... is brilliant. Unlike what I experienced in Sydney (and lots of people say this), it has so much to offer. There's always art festivals, food events, live music, hippies dancing in the street, everything you could imagine to make your day that little bit different and little bit more exciting. Our hostel bbq's in the alley next door always attract locals who come along and chat, or as mentioned, dance in the street. I went to a food festival last week which had ...
... across Lewis – the director of the program – who was already busy cooking. There are free barbecues all over Australia, you just rock up with your food and cook away. We all had a chilled afternoon in the sunshine with good food and cider and got to know each other. By this point I was flagging so following the barbecue I headed back out north to Preston to settle into my room properly and go to bed! Sunday was a quiet one. I woke up after a solid 14 hour sleep at ...
... the shops admiring the various wares, particularly foodstuffs. The ferry trip takes about an hour to navigate to the mouth of the Yarra and into Hobson's Bay. We had to remain seated as we squeezed under 3 of the bridges. We learnt that Melbourne Docklands are the busiest ports in Australia and there were certainly a lot of huge cranes, containers, cars etc along the way. Westgate Bridge is almost 6 kms long and, when looking back towards ...