Pullman Melbourne Albert Park
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... sunny day and even sitting out in the sun for ten minutes left us feeling toastie. From here we met them at their apartment with their newest addition to the family, young Edward Murray who had been born just a few weeks earlier. A small, happy little boy Edward was sleeping soundly when we arrived but we were assured this was a rarity! Not long after arrival Dan & I headed in to Crow's Nest for a couple of drinks and to allow Vicky & Abi to catch ...
... little jug/pot.
Another plate had a simple heavy black cup with the tiny honey dish
inside. The honey tasted fresh and floral. Definitely high quality.
Ella ordered the coconut crusted brioche and I got the steel cut
oats. Before you say, 'that sounds boring,' let me refer you to my
picture and description of it. Each was a work of art!
The steel cut oats were pressed into a
flat circle. On top was a crusty sprinkle of chia seeds and ginger
... scene and splashed out some cash on things she'd wanted for a while - including a replacement leather jacket! From here we just caught the train back to home and spent the rest of the day in and around home. With us now having the laptop we downloaded a couple of films and put them on the big projector whilst taking the time to apply for jobs as well. Bhrat joined us later that day and kindly cooked tea for us as well. Bhrat and I played scrabble and we just relaxed in the house ...
... Dean rang Dennis and it turned out he was at home watching cricket, as you do, but Dean was too drunk to remember where Dennis lived so one of their friends walked us there. We arrived and it literally was just Dennis on his own watching cricket lol we got our money back off him and I rang Fely to see what time she would be home for us to get back into the flat. She said she would still be a while but Irish had been calling her so we headed back to the flat to find him and I called ...
Today we are at sea so its a day of catching up with blog, reading crosswords and of course the washing. Unfortunately there is no Laundromat on board so have been giving the 'scrubba washbag' a flogging over the last 4 weeks to save on the Laundry costs. Have been doing our own 'smalls' washing and sending ...