It’s two-thirty in the morning. I’m so jetlagged. I landed in Venice yesterday afternoon through thick fog and breezed through immigration, currency exchange and baggage handling. For 8 euros I got a one way bus ticket to Venice proper and changed into some jeans and a clean shirt, pulling out the trench coat Dee gave me. Thank God she did because my hoodie would not have been enough. It was only seven celcius and raining.
Thursday, 19th January, 2017 Melbourne is Australia's fashion capital. This is not exactly my area but it's still a beautiful city with a character different from Brisbane's. They're probably known as this because even in Summer they can get cool to chilly weather. This means they're not trying to wear the bare legal minimum to …
The first monkey came up and took the banana from me before I knew what was happening. Another saw what was happening and waltzed over, taking it firmly from me. I walked a short ways before another sighted me, a baby hanging on to her belly. She scampers over and reaches up, standing on two legs to take banana.
Fish as small as my fingers swam in a loose school. They were carried with each swell, backward and forward, their determined path through the water made twice as long. Other fish were as long as my forearm. Some were yellow with black stripes, others white, a couple had scales that shimmered every colour, outlined in blue and purple.
There's an anti-Trump rally outside the Victoria State Library.