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... not eaten anywhere else in the world) with the response of “Tooo easy mate!” from the wino…. it’s the latest Ozzie saying - love ‘em. Now a regular McGuinness family expletive - all part of the Aussie experience.
After a week our livers couldn’t really take any more and we headed South West to the Snowy Mountains. We have loved the big drives in Australia just following the map, absorbing the views and relaxing, although ...
... served as ballast for the early ships. St. Kilda is a bit "rackist" (a bit of a red light district). It is the music heart of Melbourne and there are lots of restaurants. It was the hub of Jewish migration post war and very European in design, look and feel.
Melbourne was settled in 1835, a good two generations after Sydney in 1788. The settlers were free by that time (done their time as ...
... the Victorian style. Beautiful homes but difficult to photograph due to cars and the many advertising
This morning I have completed my first run of 2015. Woke up early and towards the botanical gardens. Did a few laps there. The first 18 km for 2015 are made. After returning home just took a quick shower because at 9 am I had a breakfast meeting with Steve Chugg.
In 1996 I met Steve (he lives here in Melbourne) during a trip like the ...
... and hold events. They were playing the cricket on the big screen when we arrived. From federation square we got on the free tourist tram, this is a old looking tram which goes in a loop round the city. As we got on at 5pm they didn't do the full loop but we got to see a lot of the city once we had a seat. The tram gets very busy and when you are stood up you cannot see out the window. We went for a look around the big shopping centres and got some posh cream for our cold faces and ...
This morning, Jules had swimming lessons, so Ryan took Jack and Jules to the swimming pool (Jack got to swim while Jules had his lesson) and then the three went to the library. Ryan told me later that Jack kept freaking him out because Jack would swim underwater for long periods of time.
The girls went to the South Melbourne Market for a couple of hours. What better way to spend a ...