Why have one big meal, when you can have a bit of everything.
Head down Tattersalls Lane. You’ll walk past Section 8, where drinks are served from a shipping container, home to up and coming DJs and graffiti-covered walls.
Continue South down Russell Street, and turn right down Flinders Lane. You’ll see Hosier Lane on your left - enter the graffiti covered landscape and don’t miss the opportunity to get some awesome photo backdrops!
Keep an eye out for the iconic Indigenous Boy by Adnate - positioned over the infrastructure of the city it gazes upon Birrarung Marr, known as the “river of mists” in the native tongue of the Wurundjeri people. This portrait furthers the connection to the land that the Wurundjeri people hold and forces greater public acknowledgement of the original owners of the land.
Follow Hosier Lane down until you see Movida on your right, this famous Spanish tapas bar will liven up the night! At Movida you will enjoy a delicious glass of their famous Sangria as well as some Croquetta and Tortilla de Cangrejo.
Game: Degrees of Separation
One person picks two things that are unrelated. The other person has to provide a chain of plausible associations to connect them. For example, if you say "lion and slippers," I might say, "A lion hunts warthogs. Warthogs are pigs. Pigs in a blanket is a breakfast entree. A blanket goes on a bed. When I get out of bed, I put on my slippers."
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