A street crossing in front of the central train station.
Like everywhere else in Australia, there was free public transport. We took a nice old tram (no. 35). The line ran conveniently around the centre.
I've packed a nice long skirt, a dress and a couple of blouses especially for Melbourne. Guess if I had a chance to wear them. Cold cold cold... One evening I wanted to cry quietly a bit because of the disappointment and bitterness. Not cause I didn't get a chance to wear a fancy skirt! I just wanted to get out of the jumper for a change! And I just wanted it to be warm and sunny.Houses get older and smaller as we leave the down town of the city and enter the old suburbia. Window shopping as a word doesn't quite fit here...
Sun - rain - sun - rain... C'mon, decide now!
A very smart doggy-it's enough just to leave it there. No knots needed! By the way, all the poodles or labradodles have funny haircuts.
is it a labrador shop sign behind the dog?
It's central jungle...
Window-shopping continues as we have started our day too early. We're hungry and I crave for coffee. Most places open at 11-12 a.m.
It was a very rainyPday.
Plant and flower shops. It's so expensive to buy flowers in Australia! Probably because of the fresh water shortage.