and dumplings for dinner.
We’ve covered a lot of ground in the past two days.
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Sorry Tracey but, even in Melbourne, autumn was six month ago!
I don’t see any sign of greenery on those branches. I take my autumn literally, not according to the calendar…
They were very nice!
It looks very exciting and exotic.
Yep. It does and it is.
Ah you’ve made me homesick! I am a Melbournite living in Sydney and I just love my hometown! I’m glad you are enjoying it too 🙂
Nice to see you here Renee. It is a wonderful city.
How odd to see palm trees and leafless deciduous trees in the same post! Is it the same city of Melbourne?
Yes. All the same city. The palms are in an oceanside suburb. It is cold here, but not cold enough to snow, so I guess the palms survive.
Sounds like you’re having a great time. Can’t wait to hear about it when you get back.
I am and you will.
Wow, you have been busy! Hmm must visit StKilda – haven’t seen it for a while!
Go on a sunny day. It’s beautiful in the sunshine.
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