Monday, December 5, 2011

Day of Transition

On Monday, November 14, my family spent their final morning in Sydney doing whatever they wanted. Morgan and I slept, my mom and dad packed and rested, and Justin and Cindy explored the New South Wales Art Gallery. Then we headed to the airport for that famed Tiger Airways flight mentioned in yesterday's post. After getting to Melbourne two hours later than planned, we changed our itinerary a bit and headed to Lygon Street for dinner. It's kind of like the "Little Italy" of Melbourne with several Italian restaurants in a row. As you walk by them, people out front offer you free things to lure you in to their place. We chose one that gave us free drinks, garlic bread, and bruschetta. The pasta was tasty, and we followed it up with desserts at Koko Black. I've always heard that the hot chocolate there was delicious, and it definitely lived up to the hype. Yum! Tomorrow I start posting about our trip down the Great Ocean Road. Until then...


  1. Oh, the memories! The best hot chocolate, ever! I'm ready to go back.

  2. Hi

    I have booked a flight with Tiger and want to add Baggage. I can not get through the line.

    I checked up if I can cancell my ticket. Apperently they do not refund the money.

    I think we should complain to the Commece Commission of Australia to take action on Tiger Airways.