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We caught up with a good few people over the weekend and our last few days in Melbourne. Went to a Rugby League game Friday night, Melbourne Rebels vs Canberra Brumbies, and met Tommy Moriarty, who's from down the road from me at home in Killorglin, for a few beers after. Met Michael Hickey's sister Marguerite and her boyfriend Micheal then for dinner in a crazy Chinese restaurant ...
... favourite animals..after horses and kangaroos of course lol :-) that evening I caught the train home and Rebecca made a lovely English healthy meal..chicken with mash and veg..it tasted so good!
The next day me and Niraj went on the Phillip island day tour..this consisted of a koala sanctuary..got to feed kangaroos and saw koalas..in Victoria..its illegal to actually hold a koala so they only allow you to take photos behind it..grand prix bikes race course which was ...
... couple of days visiting Asian restaurants in Victoria Street, Richmond and talking a lot! The kids and I also spent a couple of nights at Riva’s and it was lovely to take time for some secret women’s business. Mum and Soozi are close – emotionally and geographically – and it was important for me to join them for some quality girl time. Sooz has recently joined the technological age and acquired her first ever laptop computer. This is exciting for all of ...
... the next stall. (Knock off footy tops and cheap Aussie souvenirs) Federation Square was the next stop after jumping on the city circle tram. We picked up some snacks from a local supermarket and headed into the square for lunch. We sat under a tree in the square! (Awesome chocolate jam doughnuts) Around 1:30ish we set off on a little walk around the city. Starting on Flinders St. at Federation Square we headed out (east we think) and turned onto Hosier lane, a ...