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We woke to the sun streaming through the cracks in the curtains from the windows overlooking our balcony. I went for a jog a the fitness centre and was spoiled on my return to have delish breaky waiting for me! Amid the tennis semifinals playing on the TV everyone showered and got ready to head out on the town. We walked to South Bank and cross one the the many pedestrian bridges overlooking the grassy riverbanks. ...
... part of life - there is more to me than that and all the rest still keeps going whether I engage with it or not. (read here...work!)
As it was in January, at times life can still feel a little like a runaway train (for example, work, travel, and kitchen renovations in the month leading up to Christmas...yes self inflicted craziness I know now! ;-)) So yes sometimes things are still the same, but more and more different - I ...
... br> Obviously there were things I experienced and places I went that I haven't talked about on this trip. One of those was the Immigration Museum, which was set up to show how Australia had attempted to build its population during the 20th century by tempting families from different European countries to pack up and move with their children to begin a new life in a new country. I had to laugh that one display of photos detailed a voyage that one ...
... cease before we woke at 6am, so we could get to 8am Mass.
Xavs got up in the middle of the night wet and shivering with cold.
All our luggage was saturated and we spent ages trying to wash out the clay from the clothes and to dry them. Because of the rain we couldn't pack up and get to Mass in time.
... prices. We ate, drank and played cards (burger/chips and gnocchi bolognaise for £3 each).
Next we explored the city centre. We did our best to scratch the surface given the one night we had. We both took an instant liking to the city. It had a certain je ne sais quoi. I really liked the laneways/narrow streets with small cafes, bars and often large murals. I have read that Melbourne is often voted the world's most liveable city and it is clear to see why. We had our last drink ...