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... even though the hotel wasn't great, we were relieved to finally arrive there in one piece and happily paid for valet parking rather than get behind the wheel again to find their parking four blocks over.
One of the things I loved about Melbourne the last time I was there was the little laneways filled with interesting cafés spilling out onto the sidewalk. After dropping our bags we headed off in search of one of these streets however not before buying some ...
... the man on the souvenir stall made out like I was interrupting him from his boomerang arranging when I tried to pay for a few items. One of the highlights of my Melbourne experience was a trip with Kate and Adam to the Lui Bar at the top of the Rialto Towers. On level 55, well-dressed waiters serve cocktails as you lounge about on a chaise longue. The pop-up cocktail menu was filled with interesting-sounding concoctions and I went for the Hallowe'en themed Spider Fizz. When ...
... put my bikini on today so I went in the sea but it was too rough to swim today. Then we went to Panny's Amazing World of Chocolate, which is like Cadbury World on acid! Really bizarre place but we got some free chocolate and I won some more on a game :-) And then in the evening it was finally time for the penguin parade! They only return home ...
Sitting in Doha airport at local time 11.55pm (your time 6.55am) looking forwatd to the next leg, only 16 or so hours til we arrive in Melbourne. Pre organized transfer did not arrive so we did have a last minute fast italian taxi ride to Venice (Marco Polo) airport.
Thanks to the F1 Ferrari ...
... forest. We thenwalked up for 2 1/2 hours till we finally found the gorillas at 3300 metres. With the high altitude and steep climb it was hard going but we had hired porters to carry our backpacks and they helped by holding hands and pulling us up the steeper areas. Trackers are used to find the gorillas. They stay with them in the afternoon to see where they bed down for the night and head back there early in the morning to follow ...