Punthill Essendon Grand Apartments
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... to drive up, could have walked, but we just did a quick drive and a few photos.
Back to St Kildas for a coffee driving through some nice areas, Armadale and Torrak, both affluent suburbs, looked good shopping!
Stopped on the sea front where some serious kite flying was going on. I understand its always windy there. In the distance you coud ...
... onto that one quickly and had to catch the bus over to the domestic flights terminal. We had just enough time to buy a bottle of water before boarding. This flight was only about an hour and 20 minutes so was a nice quick jump. After finally arriving at Melbourne airport all we had to do was collect the baggage and get on our way.
As the airport was so far away from the city we didn’t know which transport option was best/cheapest/easiest for us. ...
... He said doing these kinds of things was his "Jehovah-ism", his word! We were left completely dumbfounded by that statement as we watched him quickly walk off into the sunset. What a climactic conclusion to a most bizarre encounter of the strangest kind! We were actually sad when he left though, and wondered how he will fare. Our timing for the dinner cruise was perfect. We had great seats on the cruise ship and the harbor was calm and relaxing. The food was good, ...
... to their burrows, we could then walk on boardwalks and watch them on their journey up close. Note to Richard, next time make sure you take some suitable clothing for sitting by the sea, as it's a bit cold ;-) On Sunday it was another sunny day, so we all wore shorts, unfortunately as the day wore on it got colder, with a cold wind and it was a long and chilly walk back to our hotel at the end of the day! We started the day off with a visit to Victoria Market ...
... up! (actually the kitchen is limited to a tiny fridge, toaster and kettle so we'll be eating out mostly)
After a 12 hour kip we walk to the city via local parks and op shops (I now need a new guitar, again - I got my money back for my Fender in a Sydney cash converters - but it's always tough to sell a guitar that plays well) ...Melbourne's got a really nice feel to it and the city is small enough to easily navigate. We check out Federation ...