Residence Apartments On Lygon - Melbourne
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... they were kind enough to invite the nomadic Turners to stay and turn their lives upside down.
We had a delicious lunch of tacos, and then went to the shops down the road. This is something we miss in our area of Oakville. It isn't easy to just walk to all kinds of restaurants, cafés, and a plethora of different stores. We then went to pick up Julian from school. Julian had never met the kids before, but ...
... of the highlights.
Of course, there's some things I will remember out of pure disgust. That includes pretty much every toilet I had to visit in the whole of China (we're talking some serious levels here - **** smeared on walls, used sanitary towels thrown about.. you get the idea. AND THE SMELL?! sweet Jesus.) You're never further than 30 seconds from the smell of stale **** and **** in China.On one of our ranty days (there seems to have been a lot!), we ...
... sites I had seen and figured it had been a fantastic introduction to Melbourne.
In the evening Robert & Mary took me to a favourite restaurant that resembled a typical English pub cept they specialised in fish dishes and I've got to say it was excellent.
It was an early night for me cos there was packing to do. Linda managed to Skype me and this time the signal was good. Packing done and absolutely shattered, I hit the ...
... ended up talking the remainder of the group to go along as well. We caught a bus into the Old Souk and the bus driver was so nice and as we were the only passengers he took us on a bit of a tour. Even stopped to let us get off to take some photos. Dubai is pretty impressive - such amazing buildings but it is so hot. It was 30 degrees when we landed at 6:30 and it was so hot when we got off the bus to take the photos that the minute you stepped out your glasses fogged up. After ...
... end, and through the artifacts and explanations, it was really brought home to you how barbaric it all really was. I felt quite sick at the whole thing. Still it's definitely worth visiting.
Following that I needed some light entertainment, which Alan duly provided. He took me over to Queen Victoria Market. On Wednesdays the market did things a little differently. On Wednesday evenings, there was live music, and lots of cosmopolitan food to be had. You ...