Melbourne is truly a lovely city. Cosy place, good coffee, amazing food and exceptionally nice people. The city center is in fact much smaller than I thought it would be. KK & Yan Hao had very fond memories of this beautiful city and much to their delight, many places that they used to frequent were still like the way they remembered 3 years ago. So, a lot of the locations were actually thought out by them. And then, we had Edy with us, KK’s good buddy who has a GPS-like knowledge of any street you can think of in Melbourne and beyond. As for myself, I had the easiest job of all. All I had to do is to press the camera shutter.
KK & Yan Hao, if you are reading this, thanks so much for bringing me around to all the wonderful places in Melbourne. You made me feel so at home at Melbourne, as if I’ve not left Singapore at all.
Carpark at Melbourne University. Initially, we wanted to have an empty carpark to get the “labyrinth” kind of feel. But that would mean we would have to wake up very early and beat the lecturers and students to it. Since Melbourne was such a relaxed city, we decided that we needed more sleep 🙂