So, it is pretty apparent that I love coffee. Also, I love the water. Fortunately for me, the two collided today while doing my Sunday work shift. 184 more words
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I photographed this old heavy chain on the edge of what used to be the old Surrey Dock in East London’s regenerated docklands.
The original deep dock itself is now partially filled in, and the much shallower water provides the perfect home to various ducks and other waterfowl – just look at these lovely duck houses sheltered by the reed-beds! 41 more words
International Mobility is a fantastic experience. You see the good, the bad, the ugly across boundaries. The apartment hunting, the packing & moving, the hooking up of services, setting up shop, getting to know your way around, getting lost quite a bit…. 3,106 more words
Recently on a visit to Melbourne Wayne and I decided to stay at the Docklands rather than in the city. We had arrived in Melbourne from Hobart late Australia Day morning and after a casual stroll to get acquainted with the area we decided as the Australia Day celebrations were centred around the Docklands area we would stay in the area for dinner. 544 more words
The next day we woke up fairly early, though it was still later than we had anticipated. I don’t know if it was just me, but the sun seemed to rise a lot later in Melbourne than it did in Brisbane. 859 more words