Nova Star Gate Serviced Apartments
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... with outdoor seating under heat lamps and street performers. After the cruise and a quick lunch my host mum took me to Hosier Lane which is famous for it's graffiti. The alley remanded me of the gum wall in Seattle but on a much larger scale! The alley is actually a couple alleys off an alley covered in paint, even the trash bins are painted!
Melbourne is very large, I think much larger than Seattle. Even though I have spent the last 6 months here I still feel I ...
... without using the hand sanitiser......yes Mr and Mrs Sri Lanka elephant shirt and pants I'm talking to you..... So today was a quiet day at sea updating my blog, sipping sparkling mineral water and no alcohol day......and of course watching people. Played BINGO this morning but didn't win, I get close but no prize. The prizes at BINGO have been very good somewhere in the vicinity of 800 to 1100 Euros....not bad. Had a ...
With our time in Australia winding down we made one last stop - Melbourne.
Melbourne was originally going to be named Batmania after one of its founding fathers, John Batman. Fortunately, Melbourne was chosen after the prime minister of England.
The architecture of the city is a mix of Victorian and Modern and has the title of being one of Australia's most European cities. The skyline showcased this juxtaposition of architecture.
With rain ...
... away. Admittedly our walk through the park was lovely, but it hadn't quite been our intention. Once we found it I had started feeling quite rough, and it probably wasn't assisted by the fact that the smell of raw meat and fish hung in the air. We made our way past the food sections and into the general market **** area where everyone sold the same t shirts and phone cases that were ten times more expensive than in Vietnam. On our way back into ...
... East coast. Other than the odd bowls match (we really like to live an exciting life - actually it was quite a giggle) we really didn’t do much but eat drink and laugh a lot.
We’ve noticed that Aussies have a habit of foreshortening everything with “o” or “y” like ambo (paramedic) or firy (fireman). Rob went to buy some beer/wine at the bottlo and got a cherry ripe as well (disgusting Ozzie chocolate he loves with cherries ...