Caroline Serviced Apartments South Yarra
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... nice food and experiences staying in a house instead of a home. In fact this is the 4th time this has happened on my travels and all of those experiences were amazing. So if you have friends or family abroad - visit them! Anyway onto Melbourne - What is so good about the city voted the World most liveable 4 years in a row! The architecture is really innovative, varied and funky. The people ...
... was spent at the new Clip and Climb abseiling place which was SOOO much fun. Craig had seen it on an Advert and decided to take the boys there as a treat. As you can see from the photos, they had an AMAZINGly good time. They loved the abseiling but also got to try a super big drop slide and then a snatch leap ...
... sweet cupcake shop so I could try a Macaron. THEY ARE THE BALLS. Why have I never tried these before?! We then walked through the Chinese quarters "China town" and the Greek quarters- which appear to be taken over by the Chinese. Saw quite a few outrageous buskers on the way. One of which was preaching about Cancer & Chemotherapy...Then the queen... And when we walked passed him an hour later he was psychedelic dancing to some weird music. In ...
... the same trip several weeks earlier that this station allowed camping and also had a shower to use. After texting Punter who was living nearby and who I will be spending the next 7 weeks as of December, I went for a much needed shower. Punter rocked up about an hour later to see us and it was sooo good to finally see her. We have spoken on the phone pretty much everyday for the last few weeks and it was awesome to be able to properly hangout. After ...
... up version of Kensington Gardens in Brighton, mixed with Diagon Alley in Harry Potter. You are taken out the back of one of the modern arcades where people from the offices are getting their nicotine fix, passed some bins and graffiti and then all of a sudden this bustling alleyway of eateries appears. The best bit it is all affordable, yay!!
Back on the bus and the last stop was Queen Victoria Market, which is close to my hostel. My mate Librarian Dan ...