March 31, 2005


I've been here, and also in Sydney.

Great holiday. I have much to say but very little time in which to say it. Off to Wangas this weekend. Have a good one!


Blogger Jessie said...

What about that Federation Square - like a giant rock climbing wall, or something. Without the bumpy bits.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Em said...

Enjoy the Nui! Whereabouts is your dad living now? I remember the old house, before it was car-parked.

10:24 PM  
Blogger Jessie said...

Aww.. don't remind me... Dad's living off Selwyn Cres now. It's okay, but it's not the same.

10:31 PM  
Blogger supergood said...

Welcome Back!

10:38 PM  
Anonymous tomatohead said...

Glad you made it to Melbourne and back.

1:37 AM  
Anonymous scribbles said...

have fun in wangas. i was back there a couple of weeks ago for my grandmas funeral, and now i'm waiting for an old school friend's funeral but i think it's just a family affair. hard to say goodbye if that's the case...

4:38 AM  
Blogger Barry said...

I'm annoyed - there was this great programme called Dreamspaces on BBC World the other night, where they look at fabbo architecture around the world. One place they went to was Federation Square - and that reminded me that when I was in Melbourne last year, I meant to check it out but not only forgot, didn't even know I'd forgotten until this week.

Funnily enough, I had been to one of the three places they featured - the Tricorn centre in Portsmouth, which is about to be demolished for its overwhelming ugliness:

Welcome back.

9:05 AM  
Blogger Jessie said...

Thanks, Tomatohead and Jimmy!

Barry, that is one ugly building. I clicked through the gallery, showing the demolition and onlookers - one guy holding a sign saying 'We will regret it'!? Some freaky machinery pics too.

Scribbles, I heard about that. I knew him a little when I was at school :(

8:10 AM  
Anonymous scribbles said...

ohhh... it's on wednesday at 2pm at st marys if you are still there. my licence has expired so i can't go :-(

1:30 AM  

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