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So this morning we went to the Royal Botanic Gardens in the morning. We started by buying MyKi (pronounced Mikey) passes for the tram network, and then riding the tram to a spot close to the gardens. As we walked the rest of the way we watched a bunch of guys playing cricket. It's big here - I guess they don't have enough golf courses...
Thursday we flew from Brisbane to Melbourne. I always thought Qantas was a premium airline -until now.
The flight attendants were like the worst of Air Canada (NOT my favourite airline). The "food" we got was GROSS. I tasted it (a very unpleasant taste) for hours after.
But the real killer was the pilot who landed the plane. We …
Today was fascinating - cruelty and cuteness beyond imagining! We met up with the group in the breakfast room at 7:00 and were out the door and on the bus by 8:30 for a tour of Melbourne. It was great.
Our first stop was the Old Melbourne Gaol (gaol is pronounced jail ... who knew?) It is a very dark and gloomy place. The building was constructed from a very dark stone called "bluestone" and it makes the place look quite ominous from the outside - ...
Just a couple of tears at the airport but it was not a long stay before I was behind the big silver door... Those doors you watch people leave on adventures just wishing it was you... Well this time it was me. The flight to Bangkok was pretty I eventful except I sat next to a fascinating lady. She was on her way for her annual archeological dig in southern Israel. While ...
... down to Hungry Jack's for breakfast and grabbed some shower gel from a shop on the way back (mine got confiscated at the airport because I was over the limit). Had another quick nap when I got back around 9, got up at 12 and then jumped on the free circle tram to federation square. The tram is an amazing thing, free transport to all the major attractions and is in some ways an attraction in itself, a rare affordable gem in an otherwise very expensive city.
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