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... about to miss their check in. Computer problems, and Christmas came as a surprise. We made it in time, with an hour to kill and Emma discovered sumo salad - leaves in a tub, her new favourite expense. Emma's boss Gurinder had guided her through her pre Optometry registration before leaving the UK and starting a new life with his wife Sunaina and their twins Yuvi and Arjan in Melbourne - nothing to do with Emma. He'd offered to put us up for the duration of our stay and ...
... almost definitely involve leaving a burning bag of s**t on his 6.5 million dollar doorstep.
Other people at the hostel here have found finding work quite similar to me, with the native English speakers finding it a lot easier. And by native English speakers, Kirsty's Glaswegian doesn't count ;). She's found work too but isn't too keen on it so it looks as though she will be joining me on my next adventure! More to come on this later.
General life ...
... Ben managed to spot one so close so we could park up and have a look at him. So cute!! J After such a good couple of days we made our way back to Melbourne. Had a chilled out morning and then went into Melbourne for some brunch. Oh it was absolutely delightful! J it was falafel on flat bread with yogurt it was just delish. We then went to a couple of roof top bars for some drinks. Such a nice day it was so hot! That afternoon we went to the Sydney Myer ...
... first, I had to create an image that fitted the composition of the finished frames he was after, something that, naturally, needed to be aesthetically pleasing as well. When we discovered a pose that worked, it would need to be refined so that everything was, as much as possible, achieved perfectly in the final shot and that's the part that really takes it out of you! A complication in my case was that, having flown over ...
THE BIG CITY
I slept well and pondered what the new day would bring. Robert had planned to take me on a whistle stop tour of Melbourne to get the feel of the City. I leapt out of bed and headed for the shower. It reminded me of 'The Cube', a game show where contestants enter a large glass box and take on a physical or mental challenge and the first brain teaser for me was how to operate the shower controls without freezing or ...