Quest Carlton Clocktower
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... t have listened to the hostel.
I really enjoy using pubic transport (yes i am a geek) and pride myself on quickly sussing it out. I coped with the railway platforms being numbered, 2 then 1 then 3. I let myself down on the tram. What's worse, I didn't realise that I had got on the one going the opposite direction until the very end of the line. How Jane kept smiling I don't know.
We ate at Beachcomber restaurant on the sea front at St Kilda not too far from the ...
... places. Unfortunately it didn't quite live up to its name, with many of the stalls offering seemingly the same rubbish trinkets. However as the cold morning thawed and lunchtime came around we had another free city tour booked in! Ran in a similar fashion to the Sydney tours we attended, this particular one was a fantastic way of exploring the city, with a typically engaging and informative tour guide. Over the three hours it felt like we saw everything ...
Someone asked me what to do in Melbourne and I realised that Melbourne for me has consisted mainly of drinking. I haven't drunk so much since uni! So I met Kelly and Emily at the airport on Saturday and we headed to Base which was probably the nicest and newest hostel I've stayed in in Australia. We did a tour of the city on Sunday and saw all the street art which was really cool. The city really reminded me of Brighton with ...
... where we are now!!!
I cannot believe how time flies. There I was thinking this will never happen and now there are only three weeks until we head off. I can’t even explain how much eagerness I have. I just want it to be Saturday the 13th already! Although I am quite nervous, very nervous in fact… I am grateful to be going with such a wonderful group of students and two ...
... invented in that year. So imagine it starts at 1806 till now.... There is a HUGE offer of cocktails!!! I ordered a cocktail, it was so expensive and so little that every tiny sip i took, would have cost me 1$. After we went to cookie bar. I loved this bar from the first music. You got three levels. Level 1 is a restaurant that turns into a bar with a DJ playing some funky beats. Level 2 is the place to be if you like to train ...