Hotel Ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street
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... off licence (just a couple of the weird things we have seen).
Next day we just drove not realising how far we were from Melbourne. The day started warm and soon the temperature hit 37.5 degrees, hot, very hot. The Pacific Highway ran through forest after forest for 250Kms. The traffic situation calmed down with fewer cars and trucks and actually became quite a pleasant drive. It was a bit sad as the only Kangaroos we saw were dead ones, two of which were being eaten ...
... ma & pa. It was so noisy we could hardly hear them and they had the pleasure of looking down my lug hole half the time. Even asking the rowdy lot to not be so rudely loud, it didn't have an ounce of affect. My battery was critically low, so our conversation was cut short. Making our way back and it being 7pm already we decided it best to grab dinner here first, so stalking both sides again checking all the menus. We settled on 'abbey road' advertising Sunday roasts, this ...
... We went fast! We went to the school and havked into the shed and got fizzy drinks!!! We came home and went on a long ride in the back of the ute to see the shed and the cemetery. We came back and had dinner then watched dinamo. Wayne came over and showed us magic tricks. Haha I stuffed the bed with pillows and Amelia and her mum bought it lol. ...
Day 2 in AussieLand!
Headed down to Melbourne CBD with Meg, to have a quick shop around the Melbourne Central Complex and the see one very special treat!
The story goes that this was one of Grandpa's favourite place to visit and would wait for the clock to strike the hour to see the Clock come to life.
We waited for a few minutes and as the clock struck noon away it went, Waltzing Matilda played as mechanical birds and people came to life and moved to the ...
... this situation is that the actual residents of the house just seemed very indifferent to our existence. It was welcoming but not welcoming at the same time. We learned a LOT of new games there. Which I will be bringing back to Seattle- specifically back to spider house (that's what my roommates and I named our place). We were really spoiled in Sydney. It's a great place for visitors. Melbourne is little more difficult. We didn't have anything specific we wanted to do, ...