Seven!

Gosh, I really miss this blog! Time to get back to it, and what good timing.

This week we celebrated seven years living in the world’s most liveable city! Looking back through old photos always puts a smile on my face, but especially so for our time in Melbourne.

Our biggest highlight this year was cementing ourselves firmly in Melbourne by purchasing our first home and adding our little buddy Milton. Melbourne, we truly love you. A lot.

Here are some snippets of some our fun times from the past few years.

P.s In looking back, I discovered that I stopped posting about our Melbourne anniversary at four! (clearly having too much fun). So a few of these photos are from the last few years.

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Four!

Good Times
Over the weekend, Mark and I celebrated another year (and surviving another winter) living in Melbourne. Now, four years into our Melbourne adventure, I’ve been reflecting fondly over our first year here; remembering the excitement and fear the first time I caught a tram and hoping it was heading in the right direction; walking the city like a tourist taking photos of everything we could see and strolling the city laneways for hours in wonderment.

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Three!

On friday we celebrated three years of living in the fabulous city of Melbourne. We were both lucky enough to have the day off to adventure around our favourite suburbs and eat our way through the culinary delights that Melbourne constantly surprises us with. We discovered new places as well as visited some old favourites. Really it’s unbelievable that another year has wizzed by since this post. Below are some memories over the past three years.

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Two!

Two years ago Mark and I flew into Melbourne on a freezing, dark, cold night. We had come from Perth where it was full swing into spring. Weary from weeks of packing and planning for our move we dragged our heavy luggage out of the airport only to be greeted by an icy wind. I remember thinking, ‘What are we doing?!’ Back then, I would have never thought 2 years on we would still be here. You see, we are beach people, sun seekers,

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