Seasons Botanic Gardens
Travel Blogs from Melbourne
Flew from Hobart to Melbourne. Large city with an above average number of sport complexes and parks/gardens. Really dynamic water front area and a sophisticated beautiful city.
On the road to Melbourne Airport to start the Epic Journey to Heathrow Airport -
15kg of Luggage and a day pack is all I'm taking with me on the trip but I expect to come home with a lot more!! Laurzy the Backpacker - Haha who would have thought!!
Our flight leaves Melbourne at 12.15pm and we stop over in Brunei for 2 hours before the final trip to London arriving about 6.30am 30th July. Two words - JET.LAG!! Then an ...
... Yarra river behind. Lunch on Brunswick street, studenty part of town. Walked the Parliamentary gardens and Fitzroy Gardens. Got train back to the house, and had a lovely steak and chips for dinner. John constantly offering beers, caught up with Ben again which was great. Ashes started that night so the four lads sat with the VBs and watched until ...
... Well, a few days into the trip this fear vanished a bit and I started walking and even running into the bush with sandals and soon even bare feet. In two months in Australia during which I have been in a lot of places and spent a lot of time outdoors, I have only seen two snakes. Yes I have seen many spiders, but with a clear mind one doesn’t run into their webs, and even then most of these spiders are probably more afraid of humans than humans are of them. Furthermore, a ...
... below us but that was pretty much it! It was still a nice walk though!
Our final weekend in Melbourne was spent seeing the last few sights of the city. We took the train and tram to Southbank where we went to the Eureka Tower. After a lift ride of 38 seconds, we were 88 floors up on the sky deck that has view of the whole city and the surroundings. It was cool to point out all the places we had been and could see the Dandenong Ranges in ...
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