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... headed down to the Waterfront City which I'd read had shops and restaurants, it seemed like a good place to grab some dinner. Unfortunately none of the free trams we aimed to take there seemed to be running, so we started to walk until Becky decided it was probably a little too far. So we headed back into the city just as we saw a tram going past, so we found the station and took the tram to the Waterfront City. Which turned out to be really, really ****. So we ...
... go to sleep. Some inconsolable crying later and the stewardess asked if I wanted to take her to the back row of the plane, which was empty, to try and settle her. She desperately wanted me to lie down with her so that was a great solution and within minutes she was asleep and she slept the whole way back. Note to self: don't let Lotte get overtired....
And that, as they say, was that. Got to Melbourne, got picked up by car arranged by Arup, ...
... feeling well apparently. When we got off we declared our walking boots, we kept them out for inspection (the only thing we had got right for the day). The quarantine man told us to wait for a woman who came to inspect them. (Mary you would be proud!! We didn't appear on telly through) she took them away and cleaned them. In that time we spoke to the quarantine man. He was so lovely. We were talking about how big the border security programmes were back home. We pre booked ...
... our street! Luckily he was ok! We ended up meeting Paul and Becky that afternoon in town and went to a burger place which Craig had recommended. Yummy! They even had vinegar for the chips! After that we took a walk about St.Alberts park and lake and had some amazing views! Sunday was another good day. Made up a picnic and went to meet everyone at St. Kilda beach. Only splashed in the sea because its absolutely freezing in Melbourne, I say splashed, I needed ...
... and it's easy to see why. It oozes perfection from the lookout situated high above the beach. The crystal clear waters lazily touch against the perfectly white sand. The island is paradise, we were lucky enough to get up there an get our pictures before the hundreds of tourists did. Then once some pictures were taken, we headed down to chill on the pure white sands of Whitehaven. To be honest all we did was chat on the beach and swim lazily in the waters. Even swim is ...
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