Travel Blogs from Melbourne
... down to Hungry Jack's for breakfast and grabbed some shower gel from a shop on the way back (mine got confiscated at the airport because I was over the limit). Had another quick nap when I got back around 9, got up at 12 and then jumped on the free circle tram to federation square. The tram is an amazing thing, free transport to all the major attractions and is in some ways an attraction in itself, a rare affordable gem in an otherwise very expensive city.
So we are now in Melbourne, Australia!! We arrived early evening so after getting to our hostel we headed out to get some dinner and guess where we went....nandos. Urgh it's still not doing it for me though, not a patch on England. The next day was my birthday. Tom and I walked to Queen Victoria Market which is the biggest market in the Southern Hemisphere and bought some bits to make breakfast. After that we got on a tram and went to visit ...
... must meet the following criteria:-
- have no gradient above 6%
- be wide enough for 2 cyclists
- have an average of no more than 1,000 vehicles per day
- have a hard surface for more than 80% of its length
- be open for cyclists year round
- have lodging available every 50km, food every 30km and public transport every 150km
... we were going to be clobbered with storms and they left. We really wanted to see qualifying in person but finally decided to leave since we knew we had quite a trek back to the hotel. We got here just in time to see qualifying...and sure enough, 10 minutes into it, the downpours started!!! So we were more than happy to order room service again and watch from our room!!! It was very exciting...Jensen buttons ( always my favorite) didn't make it past the ...
... the game paranoia (whisper a question about the group to your neighbour and answer it by sitting on someone's lap. For example, I whispered into Vince's ear 'who's toes would you most like to put in your mouth?' To which he responded by sitting on Micaela's lap, she couldn't handle it and shouted paranoia to reveal the question asked to the group) which went down a treat including some dodgy questions like who's most likely to die ...
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