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Hey there everyone! We made it to Australia! The city has been swept up by Games fever, and Melbourne has put on a fantastic show for all of the tourists and visitors! There's something to do every hour of the day - there are free shows, festivals, concerts, and huge giant screens all around the center where you can watch the Australian competitors …
... br> I tried searching for more gym work... Nothing (unless I wanna travel miles away from the city again...). I've also tried bar work (which you need an RSA for... $$$) , waitressing (most places expect you to have a valid Barista qualification... $$$) retail (expect you to work for 2 years) ...
... Great start to the day.
G2 Korean BBQ.
In the Block Arcade is the most exquisite cake shop serving high teas. Hopetoun Tea Rooms. There were queues out the door for a seat.
Manchester Lane houses Shebeen, a quirky bar and eatery that donates the price of your drink to charity. Wished I could have found it again.
Hosier Lane for our last supper at Movida. Remember that name. Movida is high class tapas at their high class ...
... br> Inside jokes.
Listening to the monkey.
Lighting and thunder.
Seeing that there can be good in the world.
Being part of the good in the world.
Realising you're never truly alone (thanks to your mum, you're stuck with far too many brothers and sisters..).
Being so happy you're crying.
All of the people you have yet to meet.
Defending what you believe ...
... idiot son”
putting himself and family in peril! The
goal of this 5K hike was a Eden-like quiet inlet beach where we enjoyed our
tins of flavored tuna, crackers and veggies.
After cleaning our shoes on
brushes to avoid slipping on rocks, we started our inland hike back to Blanket
Bay through mountainous forests with periodic breathtaking views of the beach
Rested, fixed dinner of ...