Nunawading Motor Inn
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... a hostel that is full booked. Anyway, I'll stop rambling. This week we are aiming to do the following things:
- Get vietnam visas sorted
- Buy eurrail passes
- Book flights in and out of greece
... matched and any leads by one team were quickly met by a goal from the other. In Aussie Rules there are 4 quarters, each 30 minutes. Here were the scores for the game: Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 WESTERN BULLDOGS 3.3 (21) 8.6 (54) 12.8 (80) 14.10 (94) ESSENDON 4.2 (26) 7.5 (47) 10.7 (67) 15.11 (101) With the numbers (X.Y), the X is the number of goals (worth 6 pts each) and the Y is the number of points (worth 1 pt each) and the number ...
... the time she arrived! To destress, we grabbed a coffee in the local Westfield and then G had her first experience driving in Melbourne traffic! She survived really well, so we're now both starting to feel like true Melbournians. We still get a bit surprised though when we hear things like "Melbourne's hit music station", or booking things online and entering Vic as our state.
We managed to cook another meal tonight in our tiny ...
... of $10!!!!! They also had name brand sporting goods for extremely cheap. After our shopping adventures we decided to visit St. Kilda Beach. This has been my favorite place in the country. The pier was beautiful and we saw a spectacular sunset on the beach. If you walk along the rocks in the water you can see penguins in the wild! They are my favorite animal so I was naturally in love <3!!!!
We finished up our trip with a night of fun. We ...
We trained it back to the Southland Shopping centre and spent the rest of the day there. Did a bit of shopping (Yay) :-)
At 4:00pm we started out way back to the van to pick it up and headed our way down to the Mornington Peninsula. We stayed at a little place called Somers and it is such a cute little caravan park right on the beach front.
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