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... frequent visitor to the library. I don't think a day has passed without going to one. I am an exciting fellow! They provide free wifi, shelter from Melbourne's indifferent weather and comfy chairs! I've whiled away hours applying for jobs, exploring new venture (writing sports articles) and just watching pointless videos. Ahhh, the bliss of having free time to do what I like! I think, unfortunately, Melbourne suffers from not having the iconic landmarks of Sydney, ie ...
... cardboard from around yogurts in the fridge for me to move. There keeps been little comments on how when you make a hot drink you make one for everyone. I don't drink hot drinks, all I've drunk is tap water since I arrived and I'm just past it now so as I'm doing everything, I think the least they can do is make themselves a drink. Sunday. We had a lie in and got up at 7 this morning. I finished off my jobs first thing and then made sure everything on the list was done. We were ...
... are not allowed to drive. The mall consists of independent stores with separate entries from the street. We shopped everything from a fancy spancy Target, to a really upscale store called Myar's, which is much like a Macy's, only the store had seven levels of shopping AND a "bargain" basement! We had to get a few wintery items to keep warm for field service. Yes, it is still cold to us! We bought scarfs and light weight jackets. Saw our first ...
... rule of Pinochet. We heard about the difficulties in buying books here- as Pinochet destroyed all printing presses and the tax on books even now is ridiculously high- and the effect this has on the general education and knowledge levels of the people here. We walked past the palace- which is not a residence but actually government house- and the opera house, which is very cheap particularly for young people to encourage them to go. We saw a statue of four boys "playing" ...
... We walked across the street to a great little place called "Pie Face" that specializes in all types of meat pies. They have a special pie called a "brekkie pie" ("brekkie" Australian slang for breakfast.) I had a brekkie and a short flat white (coffee with milk). It was delicious.
Because we start the tour today, we had to change to a new room in the same hotel (to the rooms that the OAT tour has ...