Today we pedalled to St Kilda pier instead. A further place, a lot busier and very pretty. We had forgotten the way there so it got a little messy while crossing the traffic lights, but it was worth it. It was kind of refreshing to see a different view. We went all the way into the pier to the kiosk/cafe and had a cappuccino. Anton also had a banana cake slice. In the table behind us there was a group of friends from Spain. Their accent was really funny. While I was riding there I listened to Death Cab for Cutie and enjoyed the accompaining melodies. It sort of goes well with the passing scenery and pictures I create in my mind. I don't know if it is because of my photography interest but I always take pictures of images I see in my rides with my mind. If and when I can be bothered I stop and take it, but if not that is the way I see the world, like pictures stitched together. I can't wait for technology to invent some camera like that in my eye, so every time I like what I see I blink and voila!
Hoy fuimos al muelle de St Kilda. Mas lejos, mas gente, pero lindo. Tomamos un cappuccino (un poco fuerte) y escuchamos a unos espanoles sentados en la mesa de atras tratando de adivinar como pedir servilletas en ingles...sonaba tan gracioso el acento.