Sunday, June 24, 2007

New House

This immaculately presented modern 3 bedroom home is close to Monash University, Monash Medical Centre, Shops, Schools and Public Transport. Comprises entrance hall, 3 large bedrooms (master bedroom with ensuite and 2nd bedroom with BIR), large lounge with split system heating and cooling, modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher, adjoining meals/dining area, main bathroom with spa including european laundry, double garage and beautifully tiled secured rear courtyard and secured front yard. Features floorboards, ducted heating, ducted vacuuming and alarm system.


Friday, June 22, 2007



Thursday, June 21, 2007

Halcyon Photography


Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Views on an overhead bridge


Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Adelaide Day 3

The third and final day was kicked off with a round of interview. It is supposed to be on the 2nd day, but the site visits dragged on so it was postponed to this day. Next we went to steel-making and steel products
This way to hell.
The iron rod was manipulated like a piece of plastic
Dust control
Transporting of finished products
After lunch, it is time to say goodbye.
An even smaller plane!
Opps, the propeller stopped, just kidding.
I was sat beside the emergency exit.

Foggy evening in Melbourne on the drive home
More fog.
Red = car brakes/traffic light, orange = street lights, white = oncoming car's headlight.

Now, waiting for their good news.


Monday, June 18, 2007

Adelaide Day 2 (Part Two)

Next stop, the blast furnace. Here they make molten iron.The control room. It would be great if the TV can show some programmes instead of a CCTV screen. Haha
After dinner with some of the managers, I crashed at this hotel.
What a waste, 2 double beds just for me. Guess which one I slept on?

random shot


Sunday, June 17, 2007

Adelaide Day 2 (Part One)

I was off to a regional town called Whyalla the next morning, in a small plane. Count the number of windows and multiply it by 3, that's the max capacity of the plane. Our bus driver, Les
First, he showed us around the little town.
On our way to the mines. Sitting in front of me is Reuben.
Saltbushes along the way
Are we there yet?Yes

Gigantic trucks transporting the ore
Our tour guides for the mines, Kurt (and Simon not shown)
This is what they are mining for.
Our chariot
Our chariot is no more taller than the wheel of this truck.
Rather scary following it.
Next, we went to the place where they "upgrade" those ore low in iron. Our tour guide, Jo.
Micky mouse ears helmet, only works on Jo.

Piangz, so tall to climb.

Piles of "upgraded ore"More "upgraded" ore
Next we went to the pellet plant, where they make small iron pellets. Everything here is mahogany red.
Our tour guides Rebecca.....
.....and Robyn. Your heart will melt if she looks directly into your eyes.

Iron pellets

To be continued.......


Saturday, June 16, 2007

Adelaide Day 1

I received a last minute call from a prospective employer to attend visit their site and have an interview with them at Adelaide. So I was off to Adelaide and checked into the hotel late in the evening.

This is where I uploaded my pics a few days ago.

tap for the bath tub.

Saw this church and fountain from my balcony, so I decide to check it out later.
Comfy bed.
There will be no time for me to check out the city on the next day, so I decide to do it on the same night I checked in.
Chairs outside the lift waiting area


(notice the symmetry in the 3 pics above?)

Inside the lift.

The fountain I saw earlier
Same fountain

The church I saw earlier.

Shun bian get supper and the next day's breakfast from Chinatown. Only 2 restaurants were open at 1am.


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