Funny little car on Puckle Street, Moonee Ponds
I'm still playing blog catch-up, but at least I'm only a few days behind now. Luke's sister had her third baby on Friday - a little girl after two boys. Yay! We visited on Saturday afternoon. So tiny and cute and not at all happy about being woken up to have a bath. Luke has an adorably funny picture of her reaction, which he will no doubt bring out for her 21st birthday.
Luke wore his Planet Terror t-shirt on Saturday, which was April 6. When we were in the lift going up to the maternity ward I noticed the date at the bottom of the print.
After we left the hospital, we visited Middle Brighton Beach. It was a warm, sunny day. Our Indian summer isn't quite over yet.
Brighton's famous bathing boxes
They're a popular backdrop for wedding photos
Look at all these little fish!
There were thousands - probably tens of thousands - of them swimming in the shallows around the Middle Brighton Pier, flashing silver in the sun. They were mesmerising.
This starfish is far more laid back than Sassy Starfish.
The hazy city
The clouds rolled in, but it didn't rain where we were
After Brighton, we stopped in St Kilda, just before the sun set. It was a pearler.
Puffy cloud on the horizon opposite the sun
We had dinner on Acland Street, and then gelato...well, had gelato; Luke didn't because his belly was full with the giant chicken parmagiana he had for dinner. I had the coconut meringue and the caramel popcorn flavoured gelato from 7 Apples (yes, it actually had bits of popccorn in it). The popcorn was OK and the coconut was pleasant. My heart/stomach still belongs to Fritz Gelato.