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... bottles a year. They also made cider, and this was where I traitored wine for around five glasses of cider instead. It was just the nicest cider around! By this time, Colm and I were queuing whether we would be able to take a look around a vineyard and find out the process. However much we were enjoying all of the tasting, we wanted to know the glory insider details. We got our wish at the final stop at Champon Vineyard. We were only allowed to have a full glass of wine at this ...
... Night and Chinese New Year.
First stop was the river and we caught a boat, an old steamer built in 1924, to take us up and down the river which actually gave a great idea of where everything was! We then walked along the South bank and had lunch overlooking the river. I then spotted the outlet shopping centre just behind the restaurant so we had to have a quick peep as lots of people with bags were coming away! I purchased UGG ...
... us of Portugal's west coast! In particular there are a group of rocks in the sea called the 12 Apostles which could come straight out of Casteleho in Portugal. We also stopped to see kangaroos, koalas and some beautiful birds in the wild which was really exciting! We finished the day with dinner overlooking the Yarra River. ...
... Melbourne for the hen party (part 2) and the wedding.
The Hen was around Mel's mother in laws house. There was food, unlimited drinks, penis shaped things everywhere, a photo booth, a lady on hand to give us each a 30 minute treatment of mani, pedi or massage and lots of games. The next day was the wedding rehearsal where I met all the groomsmen and practiced my walking down the aisle (or uneven path and a few stone steps as the wedding was outside) in ...
... Since arriving in Australia at the beginning of April I immediately hit a brick wall when it comes to prices of some things, well actually everything! Hostels in Asia were looking at around 3GBP - 8GBP a night most, and for a private room/bungalow we were talking 10GBP between 2 people....Welcome to Melbourne where the cheapest price for a bunk bed in a 10 bed room is $21 which is around 11.50GBP.