Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne
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... scary. When you walked up to them they opened their eyes and looked at you before saying stuff like "Hello, thank you for coming to see us; today". In the first room it took me a while to work out what was happening. The experience was very strange but made the exhibition ten times better than say visiting Madame Tussauds.
The other amazing thing was based on the genius of the man's creative ...
Waking up with a bit of a hangover, we knew we needed to get our Eastcoast trip sorted so we popped in the travel agent next door where we met the wonderful Marnie, she was hilarious, lovely and helpful. She could tell we were hungover so she sent us straight into the back to get some icepoles out of the freezer. As we sat there sukcking our icepoles she talked us through the whole east coast, we told her what we wanted to do and what we didn't. My friends Daisy and Charlotte where ...
... warm clothes consisted of one zip up hoodie and a pair of leggings. Everything else I have are shorts and strappy tops. Luckily we found a pretty cheapish shop just off the main shopping street, I managed to get myself a pair of jeans and two t shirts for about £40 so not too bad, Matty got himself a hoodie. We found another shopping centre and were snapped in a photo for fossil watches, having your photo taken for something public when you look and feel shattered is ...
... horizons, and never ceased to be amazed by the huge skies. A special joy was camping in National Parks, where the Southern Cross was always one of the first and brightest constellations to be found. The need to struggle out of the tent during the night would start as a nuisance, then change to privilege as I’d turn the torch off and stand looking up and all around me at the wonderland of stars and all would feel right with the ...
... discovering party nights and days.
Some of my French friends (yes I can call them already friends) where in Melbourne for 3 months and they took me to all kind of places in the CBD, but also in areas around Melbourne.
Every night I was impressed by the bars, cafes and clubs I discovered. I want more, I don't want to sleep.
One night I went to the Croft institute, it was a bar with the interior of ...