Caroline Serviced Apartments South Yarra
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... she thought we were going to be a 40 something year old couple staying with her! Their apartment is in a town called Brighton which is right on Phillips Bay just southeast of the city. An easy walk to the train station, we were only about 20 minutes from all the city has to offer. With its convince to the city and the beach, we quickly fell in love with the Brighton area and made it a goal to live nearby. The ...
... death. Moments later I had set the temperature to bearably hot, the way I like it, or so I thought, cos as I stepped under I realised it was hotter than expected. However, I took it like a man, as it would have removed the skin of a lesser person. "Oh yes!" I thought, "Who"s der man?
A light breakfast with 30 minutes of engaging conversation and we were still on schedule to take on the big city. As it turns out Melbourne is ...
... the city and also the homeless people look after the dogs. Partly this is because the Chileans love dogs, but partly it is also for heat, as the homeless people and the dogs curl up together overnight to keep each other warm. My hotel- which has stunning views of the Andes from my balcony on the 24th floor, right below the pool on the top floor- is just up the road from the hospital. There are a lot of people who sleep out the front of the hospital, apparently this is because they ...
... goes transparent and you can see that you are no longer in the building. You are looking out over Melbourne, but more worryingly, you are looking straight down at the pavement below you. It freaked everyone (myself included) out. Probably the most ridiculous thing about it was that as people were moving around the cube to look around, they (or should I say 'we'?) were grabbing onto the sides as if they were in danger of falling.
When that was done, I wasn't be too ...
It made me realise how wonderful my life really is when I found it so hard to leave Melbourne behind. It made me appreciate all those in my life who support me, laugh with me, and put up with me.
I had three flights to get to London, and the first flight went surprisingly well. There was a spare seat ...