Travel Blogs from Melbourne
... with totems and the sand worm from Beetlejuice all making an appearance and a theatre designed to represent a dancer twirling. Melbourne prides itself on multiculturalism and has dedicated a local bridge to it as well. Taking sculptures originally designed for the Commonwealth games and plunking them along a bridge that tells the history and diversity of Melbournes population as it is one of the most ethnically diverse cities ...
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.
... br> At least I do. I mean, we were feeling it when we got off the tram. So for about 2 hours we relaxed, and in my case, napped, and then we went to a fancy Italian restaurant chain with an amazing atmosphere, and after dinner was paid for, we decided to drink in our rooms instead of go out.
Although I will be going out either tomorrow or Saturday.
Until then, I'm going to get some sleep, because tomorrow, Melbourne beckons again!
... is one of the recommended places to visit whilst in Vienna. Afterwards, we took Gemma out for dinner for a time-out from the tour. Having had enough schnitzel and strudel to last a lifetime, we went Mexican (try this sometime, reading a Mexican menu in German). Gemma had a lot of stories to tell and felt much better by the end of the night when we returned her to her hotel. It felt very odd taking her back to a different hotel to the one we were staying in. Next and final stop - ...
... followed with balsamic or red pepper spread with crackers, red or white wine, an entrée of duck confit, a main of filet of beef with scallop potatoes, broccoli and peppers, brie and cheddar cheese with fig pear compote and fruit bread. The desert was sticky date pudding and burnt caramel. Coffee and liqueurs followed. We returned to our hostel at half past midnight. The irony of dining like royalty and returning to a hostel was not lost on us. ...
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