Sunday, December 14, 2003

Where to start?

After work, went to cater in Toorak, a rich suburb of Melbourne. Catered an affair for the Liberal Party. Got an offer to go horse-back riding with one of the 40-year-old big wigs. And then he got a little drunk and was hitting on me. Creepy. So I guess I won't go horse-back riding...

Took the train 2 hours to Frankston for. Lovely little town on the water. Met a guy from Toronto at the bus stop. Curious coincidence. Had a lovely chat with the cab driver, since I'd just missed the last bus to Mount Eliza.

I catered the end-of-training-camp BBQ for the Hawthorne Hawks at the holiday home of the Hawthorne club President. Gorgeous home.

Then out dancing for the night at some crappy club.

David, Jaap and I went on a trip to the Yarra Valley, Victoria's premiere wine-producing region. Went tasting at some small and large wineries. Bought a lovely bottle of Punt Road Shiraz. Had a bit of a nap at Yering Farm. Checked out the art gallery and wines at Yering Station, Victoria's first winery.

Finally, Jaap and I went to the Rod Laver Arena for the Train/LIVE concert. Fantastic. Just outstanding. Although I think that I liked Train better than LIVE. However, it IS the second time that I've seen LIVE in concert....

What a great weekend!

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