Tag Archives: Melbourne

Life of Late.

13 Mar

Life has been a little bit stressful lately. My mother is going to England soon and Im going to have a lot of extra work responsibility- the sort of responsibilities that will have huge consequences if I make mistakes. So I’ve been trying to learn that side of the business.

Also, Andrew and I have been trying to sort out our money… because recently we’ve been having alot of direct debits come out of our main bank account and not knowing when the money was supposed to come out, so overdraft fees have been pretty regular around here. Also, we’ve been a bit short of money lately… so Im selling some of my books on ebay! Its very freeing. I have way too many books. I buy every book I want to read, instead of borrowing from friends or the library.

On the up side, my mums friend is coming to visit from Victoria. Its always really fun when she comes up!

I don’t know If Ive blogged about this before, but We’ve booked our tickets to Melbourne… from the 26th of July to the 6th of August. I can’t wait. Im already starting to dread leaving Alice for that long though. 🙂 She is just like a baby to me.  

I can’t wait to be down in Melbourne… Having dinner on Lygon Street in Carlton, wandering through the little alleys and driving along the Great Ocean Road.

The Great Ocean Road.

Planning a Melbourne trip.

4 Feb

We’re planning on visiting my second favourite city sometime in July! Yay… I seriously can not wait!

Melbourne is the home of the Queen Victoria Markets, which are just amazing. It also has a strip mall-thing on Bridge Road which is alot of fun. Its full of little laneways with coffee shops, and restauraunts selling soup from big black cauldrons.  It has Trams! I adore Melbourne, and we’re planning on going in July so that we actually get to experience a Winter because here in Brisbane, we still have to have the car air conditioning on in July. I can’t wait to be wrapped up in a scarf and my lion beanie… and boots!



We’re also going to be going to Ballarat, along the Great Ocean Road, and maybe even to Bright and Mount Hotham, to see some snow.