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A great place to visit in Melbourne is the Royal Botanical Gardens, so Peter and I set out to firstly visit The Observatory Cafe for lunch, before exploring these magnificent gardens.
Melbourne Observatory was founded in 1862 to serve as a scientific research institution for the rapidly growing city of Melbourne, now it is the local scene of a cafe.
The Melbourne Observatory was tasked by ...
Being on the end of summer it can get pretty hot. Therefore we had to keep ourselves re hydrated.
Traveling always makes you just that little bit thirstier. There were a couple of days where we were well past beer o clock. I recall the day we we pulled into Ventura and stopped at the servo, while Margy B was in there getting directions ...
... line the lengthy walk to the departure lounges. One suspects the departure lounges could be closer to the main terminal building, but that would reduce the rental income paid by the retail outlets to the Airport Authority. Our flight path took us north from Melbourne, through low-level cloud that cleared once we crossed the Murray River. We passed midway between Dubbo and Broken Hill with a view that took in Trilby Station on the Darling River - a sheep (and wild goat) property ...
... was quite far out and required topping up our myki cards. We also grabbed a deal on groupon, $29 for two starters, mains, desserts and glasses of wine at a Nepalese restaurant called Sherpaz. For lunch I had wild salmon, organic chickpeas and alfalfa sprouts in lettuce wraps. We lazed around in the hotel because we had laundry to do, before walking for 45mins to dinner at 6:30pm. We both had the tandoori mushroom to ...
... Thursday night with some of the guys from the house. Then all 8 of us are going out for a meal on Saturday night and then Monday the next chapter begins and the adventure starts again. It's strange because we still have so much to fit in and see in the next few months of travelling but leaving Melbourne in a strange way feels like the start of coming home. I guess we've been here so long, it's become routine and normal. We are both definitely ready for the next instalment. ...