Hotel Urban St Kilda
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... asked him and he had no idea. So I headed back over to Tantram Ave and went to the door of what I thought could be the hostel, it was!
It literally was a house, a shabby house. The woman let us get out stuff in and told us to park on the left side of the road. Then she didn't have a card machine so we had to drive to a nearby bank to get money out.
Made the bed. The room had no locks, there was a sliding door to what they called ...
... and catching up on what each other had been up to over the last few years. We then realised it was about 15 minutes until the rugby started so jumped on a train and found our way to the AAMI stadium. It was a lot more civilised than I expected and we got to our seats without much fuss, I booked tickets in the English section but we were still surrounded by Aussies! Either way it was a good atmosphere and we had great fun. Our conversation during the game ...
... ask what it is and query the nut content! Well these chicken parmas were the size of a koala, me and Rachel shared one and joe attempted to tackle one himself, good effort. The quiz was unlike any other we had experienced, the quiz master was a comedian, picking up on any little comment and making it seem hilarious, like the quiz team named 'Basil is the best cat' who later downgraded poor Basil to 'a good cat', what ...
... dresses in Myers that were on sale so I bought them both. I met some Witnesses on the Magazine Stand and talked to them for a while. As I was heading back at 5:30pm I ran into Gayle Terry and Cheryl Davidson. Got home about 6 pm and Kelvin was still watching the race. We went out for tea at the Restaurant next door and watched X/Factor awhile we ate. We had an early ...
... a couple of photos in the future. We then went out for lunch at Lentils As Everything which is a little restaurant that gives you the freedom to pay what you want for your meal. It's great for backpackers short on change. After dinner we went out for drinks at Abbey Road on Acland St. Luise, Myriah, Luna, Evan, Carl, Matt (the owner of the hostel) and Linda. We all get along so well, it's great!