Monthly Archives: May 2011


Yes – there are penguins in Melbourne. Penguins less than 5 miles from the CBD! 🙂 (That’s city centre to us Pommies) The penguins in question are called Little Penguins or Fairy Penguins, and they are the smallest members of … Continue reading

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Melbourne – Eureka Tower

A pretty cool thing in Melbourne is the Eureka Tower. It’s basically just a tall building with a view point – but we like those. We made sure we got up there in the afternoon, so we could see both … Continue reading

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Time for a trip to Melbourne! Despite what anyone says – MELBOURNE IS NOT AS GOOD AS SYDNEY. There – I’ve said it now. MDF says the only thing better about Melbourne is the shopping – and she doesn’t like … Continue reading

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Super Pump!

When we bought our bikes to ride to work on, we bought cheap crappy bicycle pumps. But ENOUGH is now ENOUGH – they are very lame. MDF couldn’t stand soft tyres any more, so she went out and bought SUPER … Continue reading

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The Blue Mountains (again)

Back to the Blue Mountains for a weekend. MDF has a friend living up there. This time a walk in a totally different area – very dramatic cliffs. It would probably be helpful to remember the name of the lookout … Continue reading

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Hahn Super Dry – new beer of choice

Pure Blonde beer is OUT. We are fickle consumers. The new beer of choice for us Pommie Connoisseurs is Hahn Super Dry = AWESOME. With a name containing both the words ‘Super’ and ‘Dry’ – what’s not to like. Also, … Continue reading

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Dolphins in the harbour! YAY! We weren’t even on a boat – merely on a walk less than 5km from the CBD – to me that is a fantastic thing. Unfortunately our cameras/photography skills are not quite as awesome, and … Continue reading

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