my last post clearly shows that lj will never die!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
even though we have facebook, we will still have lj for the rants.
i have come to school today, to find that my 3 hour class has been cancelled on a whim, and dragged my ass out of bed in this piss pour of a rain, now for one hour of lectures, with notes i could have gotten online.
Well. Since I have been a little lazy, and after reading Kate's holiday adventures I have finally got my act together and put together a fairly uneventful Melbourne pictorial thingo, uneventful for those who have been. Most probably 99% of you reading this.
Best: Trams so so so great
Bourke Street Mall, where we stayed.
Myer and the basement, it was like shopping whilst on acid.
Brunswick Street Vegie Bar.
Japanese Budda restaurant at Federation Square.
Eureka Skydeck. Highest Public viewpoint in the Sourthern Hemisphere and it is also an apartment block!
Great Ocean Road, with Bells Beach and the 12 apostles. Great. Windy and rainy, but then there were rainbows.
Worst: Shitty Melbourne weather did not fail to dissapoint.
Things somehow seemed a little pricer than Sydney.
Chapel Street, such a dissapointment.
Anyways. Here are the pictures.
Ok. I have heard it all.
Coffee shop. Usual Monday.
This lady and her son come in several times a week, each order a latte and another one to go. She is a lovely lady from Hong Kong, obscenly wealthy, has been living here for a few decades. Visits Hong Kong every couple of times a year.
You ask, why does she need the take-away latte? She must really like coffee...
Well, that might be a logical guess. It was my guess. But alas my friends, it is wrong.
She orders the coffee for her husband. Deceased 10 years.
She takes him a coffee everyday, to the cemetary which is just down the road.
Thats nice :S
An official invite to my birthday festivities!!!
Where: Oxford street, bar hopping
When: Saturday 10th March
Time: Meet at Chatswood station at arounf 6.15 - 6.30pm until whenever
Everyone is all invited please come, you can invite anyone you want.
It is just an excuse to party again. Oxford Street should still be buzzing from the Mardi Gras on Saturday!
EDIT: We might find a small place to have some appetizers before da partying commences ;)
With Specialisations in
But hopefully I will be able to choose one. At this stage Literacy looks good. I hate secondary students who have shotty reading capabilites, I don't know how they find there ways into Uni, we need to stamp it out :P
I will however get credited for the subjects I have already done, as Education is my other minor.
So now my friends I am going to teach History and English. I only just scrape by with my English Credits. Thank God! or else I would be doing winter school. Not very exciting. That or Shakespeare this semester. I don't know what would be worse.
In short I have History credit coming out of my ears thanks to Canada, but not much English :P It's too boring here.
Watch out everyone. Don't stand under a tree. And take your underwire off ;) miaow!
Mardi Gras is on the first weekend of March, I think we are planning to go right?
I was going to have a birthday thing on that weekend, but was reminded by my mother, about the mardi gras, she is trying to give me tips :P
So, I thought we could do something on the 24th? I want to go clubbing, but first, quiestish drinks. Maybe the Greenwood first, then the city?
Give me some suggestions guys!
EDIT: drinks on oxford, clubbing in the gay bars ;)
I was thinking now the week after mardi gras. Feb is pretty crazy right now
Concerts. Click on the link if you would like to see John Mayer
Click on the link if you would like to see Evanescence
Get back to me asap