Flagstaff City - Melbourne
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... the rules. It was interesting, and a unique experience to get to see the teams play in the 100,000 capacity stadium. The MCG held the Olympic games back in 1956 (I think...). Since then the stadium had been updated. It was incredible sitting three row's up in front of one of the best cricket teams in the world (Australia) in one of the world's largest sporting arenas.
Back to Gordo's work, then to the tram I went after I watched a ...
... in. We skyped Tami and the boys before we we got on our 1:00am flight to Singapore. It was a long flight, we didn't arrive until 6:00 in the morning, a 7 hour flight with a 2 hour time difference. I did try a Singapore sling because they were supposed to be good on Singapore Airlines. I think I will stick to wine. I tried to sleep but not very successfully. My cold was still bothering me. I watched a couple more episodes of 'Orange is the New ...
... her throughout the next few weeks. It's not just about the logo or guidelines that are produced off the back of the work, it's about capturing the real essence of the brand. Getting what's in Katya's head into visual form is my first focus, so I know I've got the right idea in my head about how she wants her brand to be perceived. Mood board creation here I come. I will update again on this project as I progress! In the office with me there are 3 other ...
... luggage claim. He met with our group separately when we got to hotel at 9:30 AM so that we could skip the 4PM meeting and have the afternoon free to explore downtown Melbourne. There are 35 arriving throughout the day so we will have 48 in our Australia tour. But only 25 added the two weeks in New Zealand. He explained optional excursions for the next two weeks and was very honest. He said the included dinner at Uluru just for our group would have better food and ...
... program. Thursday 24 Improved weather, so we were able to join a guided reef walk at low tide. This took us out some considerable distance to the reef, which is where you can see the waves break in the photos. I managed to slip and cut my knee on some coral, which was a little painful, though more embarrassing! The real pain was after the walk, when our guide treated me with the locals remedy to avoid coral infection - white ...