Pubs & Clubs
Australian Holiday Dec 2000/Jan 2001
Went looking for one of the
fadish hard to find bars in the back alleys off Flinders Lane. You
really have to be in the know as half the buildings look condemned and
there is no signage. Eventually ended up with Mel, Alex and Fleur in
the Cherry Bar
Melissa looking classy.
Alex attached to
...and wife Fleur.
Beautiful shot of Melissa
which just has to be immortalised here on the web.
A new club near hardware
lane. Well new since I was last there. Also new telling by the
fact that the place was predominately full of women until about
11pm. After that, the boys arrived. As they say 'where women
are, men will follow.'
Natasha #1 looking cute.
Wayan puckering up for a
Natasha #2 smiling sweetly
for the camera.
Some girl I chatted
up. I think I was attracted by the matching lipstick and top.
Two girls we were dancing
with. Hubba hubba hubba.
Scot and me.
Scot going for the lunge
with Glen's 'sister'. Glen is Scot's twin brother. A filthier
women I have yet to meet.
Scot showing his signature
'Spank The Mooonnnnnkkkkkeyyyyy' dance move.
The two 'tashas
Wayan strutting his thang.
Bar girl and Scot.
A frequent hangout near Scot
and Jason's place. Friendly crowd, great live bands. Shitty sound
system. Nevertheless, many good nights have been had here.
Jason and some girl.
Scot, Andrew and lobster boy
Scot and Kate looking
La Porcheta used to be one
of my favorite cheap eats. $12 would buy you and a friend a couple
of pizzas, half a litre of red and a few coffees. Why eat at home?
Me, Wayan and Andrew
English pub in St Kilda.
Not a bad place to have a pint and listen to some live music.
Jason, Kate and Scot looking
pretty for the camera.
"So when are you guys
going to get married?"
Soon, Scotty, soon.
Wayan showing his famous
beer coaster trick.
Simon learning from the
Ahhh...The scene of many a
good night out. Mind you, this wasn't really one of them.
There used to be a band playing on a Saturday night called Madhouse.
They played a bit of madness and a whole range of good pub songs.
They always used to finish off with the theme to Hawaii 5-0. Four or
five of us used to do canoe paddling actions at the front of the stage and
the band would splash water on us. Great times.
However, just a lone player
on stage the night we went.
Scot showing the look that
didn't win him a modelling contract. After this, Scot ran off with
Kate and the rest of us went to a shady strip bar for a few beers and lap
dances. Sorry, no pictures unfortunately.