I woke up pretty early on Saturday morning, I wanted shower, wash my hair & do my make up ) bc I take forever to get ready) & I also wanted to feel fresh for the day.
It was 1 degree, so I had to rug up so much, I am used to Sydney cold & Melbourne cold is VERRRY different, I swear its not the same.
We went to Soul Cafe for breakfast, I had a white egg omelette w/ mushroom, capsicum, spinach & feta and of course, a hot chocolate.
We than toured around for a bit & went to St Francis Church, I lit a candle for J & I + prayed for us 🙂
The church was absolutely amazing – I was left speechless (I have a big thing for churches)
My time within the church was short yet, I still spent the time thanking god for my blessings as well as praying for J & I (as mentioned)
We than made our way to the Queen Victoria Market, whereby we purchased some waffles & chips on a stick.
The market was huge, it took us a fair while to get around it – it sort of reminded me like some of the markets we have here.
The market was based out in the open & I really enjoyed the air that Melbourne has (weird, I know) but it’s different to Sydney, it was more fresh & crisp.
From The Queen Victoria Market, we headed to the Observation Wheel, it was really amazing, that’s all I have to say.
It took 30 mins to do one round of the observation wheel, it went at 1km an hour, it was so slow yet worth every cent. I absolutely loved this (bc I am a sucker for views). It was a very beautiful we got of Melbourne. (reminds me of Sydney a little) just big, big buildings everywhere.
Afterwards, we went out to dinner at a pizza + pasta place called The Groove – I had the best spaghetti bolognese – it was delicious, they gave me so much but I could eat it any more so they packed it for me to take home.
Later on in the night when we got home, we watched some movies & did face masks & relaxed.
Day 2 was full of adventure & tourist-like tings which I really enjoyed.
I know for a fact I would def do the Observation Wheel again, that was amazing.
What I loved was putting a back pack on my back w/ all the essentials inside & stepping out for the day & being a tourist. (This is really what I want to do in Europe, just pop a back pack on & off I go)
Stay tuned for Day 3.