Sundowner Jika International
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSundowner Jika International Melbourne
Good value for clean, recently updated rooms and friendly service. It is easy to get into central Melbourne on the train or by taxi from the motel. The free buffet breakfast was a nice perk.
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Today we headed out to brunch at the Fitz Cafe in Fitzroy, to meet up with Keels for brunch. The venue was recommended by Keels, good choice I say! We weren't sure how long it would take to get there, so lucky we left early, we were waiting on Flinders Street for the circle tram, which we discovered didn't start running until 10am-the time we had arranged to meet! A quick dash to Collins ...
... Caleb asked us out of the blue if you had a seat at a concert, followed by the questions - are there toilets at concerts. Very naive and sweet at the same time. Charlotte arrive on time and luckily was a Harry Potter fan. She helped Caleb make new spells and spend the night. The Gershwin Room was not exactly packed - maybe 50 people. I felt bad. The opening act was brilliant - a young woman with a guitar and a few pedals ...
... I was even debating it. Not long later we took the tram back to the Miller household where not before long Bridget had returned from work and we cooked some pasta. Later we went for a few drinks with some of her friends and their backpacker friend that they were hosting. It was fun but the only beer we could buy was in half pints and they were about £3 each. ...
... about being an expat in NZ: www.sweetaswhat.com This leg our of journey is taking us east along the coast, the scenic route to Sydney. Having our own wheels instead of relying on buses is giving us a different vibe. Our general routine has been to drive for a couple of hours in the morning and then spend the afternoon/evening at a different tiny town each night. It's worked well so far as we've been rewarded by stunning coastlines, beautiful beaches (one had sand so fine ...
... flight. And the baby in front of me had lungs like you would not believe. His cries were SUPER loud and almost impossible to sleep through, even for me.
Needless to say, it was not a particularly great flight, certainly not the kind of flight where I pass out before takeoff and wake up on landing with absolutely no recollection of the time in between.
And then I was in Cairns, and the rest of my day will have to wait for another blog post!