It said hello.
Almost towards the end of Lygon St nests a breakfast/brunch place called La Miel et la Lune. The cafe serves a unique menu where you can find the Korean deokbukki (rice cake) and a Big Breakfast alongside each other.
Big breakfast with perfectly poached eggs.
Visited the free part of the Old Melbourne Gaol. It's actually a hang out spot for the RMIT uni students I guess? It is open to public, we didn't trespass hehe
Enjoying the fake grass, soaking in Vitamin D
Let the city walks continue
Dropped by Hosier Lane to enjoy art on public walls.
My favourite turtles
Furry friend and I having the same shades of fur HAHAHA
My face =_____=We used to joke that one of my uncle looks like Mr. Magoo. Well, I can't believe I met him in Melbourne.
Walked down to the esplanade to have our late lunch. Unfortunately, we had guests. SEAGULLS. Intruded our privacy and demanded for food by prying on the things we set down on the table. These birds. We decided not to have the fish and chips, and quickly ate the cakes.
After that we got up from our seats, to leave. Three of us agreed to have the fish & chips somewhere 'safer'.
The seagulls were furious.
They started making loud barks or chirps or squeaks, whatever you call them. And started flying around us, in a VERY scary way. We decided that it is best to run.
We got out safe, and so did our food.
Settled down on a table a bit further away from the sea, praying that the seagulls won't find us. But we were wrong. One of them came, and he led out a loud call to the rest.
Many were staring at us again.
Staring. Staring. More staring.
God was on our side. A car drove past us, the seagulls flew away in fear. None came back after that.
Seagulls are one of the highlights of the trip I must say.
The penguins on Philip Island were adorableeeeeeee! We weren't allowed to take pictures once are on the platform, but it was definitely a nice tour and experience!
It's amazing how we are all created differently. Like how seagulls enjoy being annoying, how cute the penguins are when they wobble back into their nests, stopping for breath after 7 tiny steps; and how we humans love to enjoy the simplicity of being a part of this nature.