Living in Melbourne is used to that kind of slow life. I like to walk around when I have nothing to do, and I like to take the tram slowly through downtown Melbourne when I have nothing to do. This is also a style of life in Melbourne.
Melbourne’s public transport is still very convenient, take the tram to the city transfer 109, you can go to the seaside prince pier. I’ve been to the prince’s pier quite a few times. It’s one of Melbourne’s protected sites, the historic site of Melbourne, but this historic pier is only 100 years old. Due to the rapid development of modern transportation, prince’s pier gradually lost its function, and the prince’s pier named after prince Edward viii of wales fell into decline before a fire engulfed it. It was not until this century that prince’s pier was partially restored to its original appearance. Prince’s pier is also the second largest pile structure pier in Melbourne. It was once a port for Australian immigrants. Melbourne has been a trading port for nearly a hundred years.
Prince’s quay is one of Melbourne’s photography mecca. It was almost noon when I got here by bus no. 109. I was just wandering around here with nothing to do. Here I met a few Lebanese immigrants, who were smoking the shisha and fishing rods on the shore. The tripod pictures they look at me, she joked with me, I also am in fishing, their luck is very good, catch up after a more than 1 kg snapper, stronger than I hungry blind kacha, photography players shoot prince is sunrise and sunset, but my big midday bandwagon, HaoLai is shutter addiction over it.