Punthill Essendon Grand Apartments
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Chris Murphy, his wife Joanne, and son Jacob picked me up at the hotel and took me into the suburbs (somewhere east on the other side of the Botanical Gardens, I think) to his mother Carmel’s home where the family had gathered for one of their regular dinners together. Chris practices Chinese medicine and acupuncture, and worked on several of his family members at his mother’s house. (He inserted ...
... gas station The only thing that was quit "cheap" was a disgusting sandwich, noodle cup and a can of tuna. all that cost us about 12 dollar each... And on the way back to the hostel we saw an other hidden grocerystore that was about to close so we bought some more "food" in a hurry. Coockies, chips, fruit, more sandwiches. 10 dollar each. haha.
So when we looked back at that day we realized that it wasn't so cheap to take the ...
Today I decided was lay-in day so after 12 houra sleep I headed to The Vegie Bar on Brunswick Street for breakfast /lunch with my new South African pal Alex. Afternoon wandering around Brunswick Street, Johnston street and Smith St was heavenly. The through Collingwood and down Victoria Parade into the city for a drink at a Rooftop bar to read my book. After more wandering I needed a stop ...
... loud voice, makes history interesting and memorable and is a 6'8' guy in a green tee shirt so you can't lose him.
Meeting in front of the State Library of Victoria is fitting for book club members. The library houses the diaries of the founders, John Batman and Pascoe Fawkner, folios of Captain James Cook and the original armour of Ned Kelly. More on Kelly later.
On our walk yesterday and today I was interested to ...
... describe how we saw the 12 Apostles. This is a rock formation that juts out of the ocean. We opted for a helicopter tour. So we climbed in and Marlin let me sit near the window. We had headsets on and buckled in. Off we went to fly to see this formation from the sky. I was dazzled and took 90 pics in 10 minutes. The water was teal blue and a bit rough. White caps on 8'+ waves made me thankful we were not in a boat! This formation was once called the ...