I had an appointment at the corner of William and Bourke Streets. I was early, so I took a couple of photos.
Deloittes is the main building and to its left I think is Marland House.
National Bank of Australia, NAB, dwarfing a fine old building.
An attractive drain cover. We don't have too many of those.
You put this weirdness into the soap dispenser of your dishwasher and it melts and the dishes come about sparkling clean. R won't tell me the price of them though. The dishes used to come sparkling anyway.
This survived our absence overseas, as it has in the past. I watered it once we were home and it was fine. Then I kind of forgot to water it again and it began to drop leaves in protest. It nearly died but is now recovering.
We aren't great fans of cacti, but it was a gift. It is looking pretty ordinary and we were going to throw it out when one decided to flower. It can stay a little longer.
The lass in the adjacent apartment likes to light candles in her window. We are the only people who really see them.
I did not know we had Australia India magazines. We had breakfast at the rather good Whytes Cafe in Glen Huntly next door to an Indian grocery shop.
I used to like San Miguel beer from the Philippines. I then favoured Stella Artois from Belgium. I don't have beer very often but my favourite is now Asahi, from Japan.
Interesting lamp, near a crêpe place where we at times have brunch, but never the crêpes.
Messy, but people love the grunge and snap away at the 'art'.
Bacon on avocado sprinkled with salt and lime juice on sourdough toast. Rather tasty.
Yes, the crêpe place that uses souvenir teaspoons, in the case one from the Glow Worm Caves in New Zealand and the other from Perth, capital city of the Australian state of West Australia.
It appears to be silver foil encased leg hanging down from on top of the air con unit. Does it belong to a dead person?
No, just a bit of fun. Well, I think so. I didn't get up there to check.