Rydges North Melbourne
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... another teacher to go and help the poor little guy. I think I might of caught something from the kids, lots of them had tummy aches and vommiting.
Tuesday: Caulfield Junior College: yes I still managed to get out of bed, I was feeling really sick but I knew that today would be easy because it was rehearsal the whole day. The morning, I just had to supervise the kids and watched them ...
So I eventually got to Melbourne at noon ish and got ripped off at the currency exchange, but I had no choice. I took the Skybus to downtown and Tess met me there. At first she walked right by me and I didn't recognize her. When she walked back I yelled out Tess! and she found me. She had on high heeled boots so she was taller than I remembered her haha.
We walked around Fitzroy which is hipster land and had a dough thing ...
... to see everything it has to offer
* Our flight home being cancelled giving us an extra day in LA and a full day to explore Kuala Lumpur
* Being in Business class for our flights to America and our flights back home
* The feeling of knowing just how perfectly we work together as a team
The blog was fun to write and is something we are excited to be ...
... stay up and party all night. Well I had no other choice than to wait in downtown Melbourne for my first train at 8.15am to go back to Ripponlea where Lea lived. Even on weekends trains do not run all night :-(. Well, around 9.30am I arrived at my friend Lea’s apartment and had a few hours of sleep before returning to downtown Melbourne, enjoying a nice but cold day and going out for dinner with the girls, and finishing the day with some more beers in a nice bar. A funny aspect ...
The last month or so in Melbourne was action packed. We decided to make the most of the surroundings and tried to get on the weekends as much as we could. Arbor co were kind enough to lend us a car for the weekend so we drove out of the city to the Dandenong ranges an the 1000 steps walk. As you guessed it, it was a walk up a hill that was 1000 steps long! We turned up and thought maybe we had timed it badly as it looked like there was a sponsored ...
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