Melbourne Day 05 [ Let It Snow ]

Needless to say, to truly experience winter we should at least build a snowman. And so our itinerary included the drive up to Mt. Buller. It was another long 4hrs drive. By the time we got there, it was already no longer snowing and the leftovers were melting snow. Most of it were man-made for the ski go-ers. It’s a pity but we still had fun nevertheless.

Another good scenery pit stop
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We were really hungry and we stumbled upon this countryside home.
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So hungry already, these people still can do jumpshots.
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The owner kinda scare us quite abit. He had this dry humor that most of us can’t comprehend. The rest ran out for a smoke while I had to listen to him asking me about the london riot. Pengsan! But it was worth it. The ham & cheese is ant’s love. The pancakes were the best! Fresh off the oven!
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By the time we got to Mt Buller, was already dark and the only thing we could do there was to EAT AGAIN! Dinner that is. Surprisingly, I actually ordered a glass of beer. I never liked beer but I was feeling too fucking cold. Sometimes beer with pizza & steak is not bad a choice.
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A decent stay considering it’s for backpackers.
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