Hume Villa Motor Inn
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... 100 km south I got dropped off on the side of same Highway.
From there I started walking on the roadside, with my sign '' BENDIGO'' strapped to my backpack. Not many cars seemed to drive on these roads, with an average of about 1-2 cars per minute. After a bit over an hour walking a car stopped quite a bit away. When I headed to that car a van stopped right behind the car and another car in front of the car. The driver of the van spoke with ...
... after a brief catch-up they were going to work nights! Lyndal is a nurse and Jess is a teacher/disability support worker and it was coincidentally their rota for nights. It gave us a chance to sort things out though as Vicky unpacked and I headed to the local supermarket (not too local I established) to pick up supplies. Within a couple of hours of being in Glen Iris we felt comfortable and at home which was great - maybe out adjustment to Melbourne ...
... train trip felt like forever but on the bright side I got marshmallows! So finally the train arrived in melbourne and we had a well needed rest in the hotel. We had a lunch cross dinner (linner?) at Schnitz and after linner I got Starbucks. When we got back to the hotel, I talked to a few of u guys and also skyped my Nanna, Nunnu and my dog Bill then I skyped my Aunty and my Cousin. Sorry today was a boring day, tomorrow will be much more exciting! Miss you all, Emily ...
... had a debrief with artists, volunteers and staff. David, the guitar maker, came out with six bottles of red, there was some still some burgers and sausages left in the warmer so we all had a great few hours sitting around chatting and had a wonderful time. I urge you all to go to the following web site, www.panndonmill.co.uk, and click on the link, open studios in the second paragraph to get the full load down on what open studios is all about. 20 July Slow start for ...
... we have to pay as it was another gift from James, and once we reached the viewing deck the views were incredible. We could see the sun going down, albeit through dense cloud and the city lights transformed Melbourne into a living, breathing metropolis.
The Eureka viewing had brought our 'To Do' list to an end and after a quick visit to see a very old friend, we jumped the train back to our camper to spend our last night in Melbourne - for now at least.