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... James Cook's cottage, or rather his parent's cottage. In 1931 the cottage came up for sale in England and a Melbourne man purchased and had it relocated to Melbourne.
As I write this, they are calling for only 20C tomorrow. Apparently these erratic temperatures are a part of Spring in these parts.
I finally broke down and purchased wifi. Last time I promise!
... one of the store assistants as she is just starting out in the industry and was using the shoot for experience. We had 8 looks to shoot and extremely changeable weather to negotiate! They say Brits talk about the weather a lot... I'm beginning to realise it's the same for Aussies in Melbourne too. They have good reason through, they literally get four seasons in one day. We had blazing sun, torrential rain, high winds and fluctuating temperature which all repeated multiple times, ...
... sun suddenly made an appearance as the airport bus was pulling into the city. The view that met me reminded me why I love this city.
The Skydeck is in Eureka Tower. It's on the 88th floor and boasts that it is a higher lookout point than even The S***********don. I don't doubt that but what I do know is that the second I stepped out of the lift, I went a little light-headed. I soon realised that the reason for this was that the top of the building moves. It doesn't ...
... which we haven't been able to finish! Saturday morning we were both tired so we had a bit of a sleep in before we went out for breakfast. We managed to find the cafe we were looking for two weeks ago, and so we had breakfast there. The coffee was amazing, and G's breakfast was really good (brown rice and quinoa porridge with poached berries!) but B's eggs were very disappointing. Then we headed to B's uni so B could catch up on some more study and G ...
I am currently running around and sorting out last minute things after the madness of the end of term. I am not looking forward to the 13 hour flight at midnight but I am looking forward to leaving this weather for 28-30 degrees. I intend to report on my experiences in Seoul and at the Seoul Broadcasting School. Enjoy!
Please check the blog over the next few weeks as I intend to update this each day or couple of days.