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... editorial photography so win win! Good timing on my part - they rarely do on location shoots as they have their own studio. Wednesday to Friday The rest of the working week I spent in the office. I got stuck into producing content for the website, an email campaign and some in-store signage. Each morning I went into the city early to explore and get my bearings, fairly confident getting about now and really enjoying walking everywhere. Thursday evening the store hosted a new ...
... few and the photos are here to prove that I did stop occasionally. Though Paula will say not nearly enough!
We left the Great Ocean Road at Torquay and drove on to Geelong for lunch down at their waterfront. It was after this that Gladys went nuts. Gladys is the disembodied voice that harps at us constantly from the GPS on my iPhone. Rather than purchase a GPS at great expense I opted for the services of Navfree Australia. For the most part ...
... admit that I was glad to leave the Skydeck and plant my two feet on solid ground once again. Next up I was due to meet Alan. Alan was the person who put me up on my first visit to Melbourne and really introduced me to the 'Underbelly' of the city. I was waiting for him outside my hotel, I thought I saw him, but it couldn't have been him. This person seemed to have a caterpillar crawling across his lip. It took some time for me to work out that it wasn't Tom Selleck, but actually ...
... and B will arrive early Friday afternoon (she has a test in the morning), and we both head back Sunday evening. We're looking forward to seeing everyone back home!
Have a great week guys, talk soon!
PS. Our camera went flat two weeks and we never got around to charging it, which is why there are no photos attached. We can assure you we are alive and well, and we will make up for the lack of photos next weekend in Daylesford.
After a good night's sleep we watched more movies/TV shows, had breakfast and, later, lunch.
We arrived in Melbourne a few minutes later than the scheduled time of 21:25 and were quickly through Customs and home to a huge stack of mail but only 16 phone messages.
Thus ended another great trip and we are looking forward to our next trips this year; to Queensland, Sydney and Spain. We may write a blog from ...