Citadines on Bourke Melbourne
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This morning Mark and I set off on the neighbours tour. Strangely our tour guide was Irish (from Belfast) and was hilarious. Most of the bus (about 20 of us) was from the UK and hadn't watched neighbours in years, so he spent ages referencing the old characters we knew and loved: Scott, Charlene, Madge, the Mangles, the Scullies, etc, and talking about the various actors that have gone on or come back from the dead: Kylie, Jason, Guy ...
... I want to tell eveything but I think you have to see and experience it yourself to believe how great Melbourne is.
But all this days and nights cost money, so I was looking nonstop for a job as well. I got a job offer and started to work.
I fell in love again with Melbourne and I think it might be a longterm relationship this time.
Although you gave me insomnia, I wouldn't have wanted to miss a ...
... first day we eased ourselves in with a small bike ride along the nearby Maribyrnong river to Williamstown, stopping for a coffee and a couple of photo opportunities. With our bruised bottoms from the day before, we spent the next day (which was a public holiday, Anzac Day) doing a 40km bike ride around Port Philip Bay, through the Port of Melbourne to St. Kilda, where we stopped for a home-made bacon sarnie next to Luna Park. We carried ...
... Following this Hugo and I will travel to the Netherlands to meet up with my Mother and two sisters to undertake a pilgrimage of another sort, this time a family pilgrimage, seeking out places of family significance. Particularly with Hugo's early years before he migrated to Australia.
We then follow this up with another walk, this time Wainwright's Coast to Coast, walking from St Bees on the Irish Sea across Northern England to Robin Hoods ...
... to the mainland, but one part of the bridge fell into the sea. So the story goes (as told by our guide), you used to be able to walk all the way out on to the bridge, and the day the bridge collapsed a couple was trapped on the other side. A news helicopter arrived before the rescue helicopter, but apparently the couple didn't want to be interviewed. After being air lifted back to Melbourne, they ...