Don’t be surprised if you see a big crowd of people gathering in front of a house. You see this a lot when you drive around on the weekend. This is not a gathering after a flashmob or an accident, this is the auction of a house. And everyone is invited! So, join me.
Today it felt like we were expats somewhere in Africa. What might be normal in developing countries, this is not what you expected to happen in Australia. And certainly not for it to last almost a whole day.
We had a power outage, so we were forced to have a romantic candle light dinner for two, uh four! Continue reading “Dining in the dark”
Number six of our bucket list is to go to the movies in Australia. We have not posted about it yet, so about time to do so. And since we are new to this country we had to try out different places, so enough inspiration. Continue reading “Going to the movies in Australia”
We are living in Melbourne for over two months now; the house is filled, most of the organising is done, the kids are settling in at school and Oliver is flying out to Brisbane quite regularly. It is now time to start thinking about me. So time to work at next item of our Australian bucket list: the search for a gym. Continue reading “The gym adventure”
As we got married ten years ago we where looking for a place to go out to dinner with the four of us. Unfortunately we do not have very adventuresome children when it comes to food. So spending a lot of money in a restaurant is not well spend on them. Since we have not lived here very long yet and where shocked of some of the prices that are charged here for dinner I did some Google searching first. Continue reading “Dining at a child friendly restaurant”