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... time to see all the attractions around the city. We went for a few drinks on Saturday night and met into Kelly, a friend from perth so it was good to see a familiar face while travelling.
Woke up on Sunday and went off with our tourist hats on. Most of the things we wanted to see were all along the one train line so twas graaaaaaand! First stop was the formula 1 track across from our hostel. Louise drunkenly discovered it was there by a mixture of Wikipedia, vodka ...
alles hat ein ende, auch unsere reise an das schönste ende der welt. zum glück bleiben uns noch ein paar tage in australien, somit fällt der abschied nicht ganz so schwer.
26.5. ein ausflug ins Kauri-Museeum von MATAKOHE ist pflicht, nur so kriegt man ein gefühl dafür, was es früher geheißen hat, so einen gewaltigen baum zu fällen, oder als gumdigger (baumharz-gräber) und von dieser arbeit zu leben. auch viele kroatische auswanderer haben ...
... the imprinting? God, that’s SOOOO unrealistic.
Tuesday we spent the day in the Royal botanical gardens of Melbourne. Absolutely stunning. I fell asleep in the sun which was nice. Later that night we met up with dishdog (T.Hanmer) and ate some tapas and pizza before heading to that Jazz Club we couldn’t find the other night. Flight to Sydney next!
In a bit Triss
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Up early to get organised to travel back to the mainland.
We are parked in long lines and await the nod to park on the boat.
We are again settled into our recliner seats for the trip. The day has begun dull and dreary and the entire journey is cloudy. But everyones spirits are high, some coming to the mainland to start new careers and many like us, ...
We have settled into Melbourne and are finally getting to grips with the city.
On the first night we ventured into the main central business district of Melbourne where large high-rise buildings appeared the norm. If I had to describe Melbourne in one word it's "cool". Tiny alleyways housing cute wee coffee shops and quirky restaurants appear alongside walls strewn in elaborate graffiti art and modern architecture. The wide streets and characteristic ...