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... to see the sights without the whinging of walking!
We then set off to St Kilda on the tram again, by this time the legendary Melbourne weather had turned and we walked the pier in the wind and rain! We were rewarded with a pair of penguins at the end!
Wandering back to the tram home, Matt and I had a reality check, travelling with three kids isn't quite the same as our past travels....as we didn't stop for the Sunday session at the St Kilda beach pub!
... That was until we had to change in the city and join the rush hour traffic leaving to Melbourne's South East. Taking a ride on the Glen Waverley line (our new train line) for the first time was pretty painless in the end - it was busy but we got seats and a convenient place to lay our bags too. In face the pleasant journey was really topped off when Lyndal and Jess, our new housemates, came to pick us up from the station. It was very kind of ...
... pits which is pretty cool and it's futsal rather than traditional fives! We've had the pleasure of eating with Bhrat a number of nights as he has cooked for us and we have cooked for him - plus a take away that Coxy and Sara got involved with on Thursday as well. It's still taking time to truly settle in Melbourne but I'm sure once we've a job and a routine it'll all be perfect! Written by Jonathan Ps I bet as readers you're glad the entries are back to being ...
... didn't stop all day! The day finished around 5ish. One of the resident artists at the mill was celebrating his tenth year there and he kindly supplied plenty of wine for all the the other artists and staff, and hanger ons, like me! Rodger fired up the BBQ again and a good time was had by all. Unfortunately Sue had to leave early with a hay fever attack. Rodger and I left around 9ish and had another drink at home, he tea, me wine, and then off to bed. 19 July Second day ...
... we all ate dinner together and met the boys, Jensen and Will for the first time. They're full of fun and will be good to be with over the next six months or so. We're going to do the blog each weekend now because we're sure that you don't want to hear the same post over the next six ...