Sunday, January 13, 2013

Liner Notes - A romantic evening

Last night, Inspector Climate and I went to the Moonlight Cinema (basically a drive in, sans car but with blankets). It's in the Botanical Garden of Melbourne and frankly quite beautiful. And who is going to complain about an extended cuddle with your special someone?

Not this girl!

But more than that you get to watch the sunset over the gardens and the light change from dusk to night fall. Bats swoop around the huge inflatable tv screen.

You get to share your cuddles with hundreds of other movie goers who have brought their dinners and drinks to snuggle down for the night.


Also, lemon tree update - down to TWO lemons, but they're going strong. YAY!


18 comments:

  1. Yay for your lemon tree! I have three cucumbers on my plant. Feeling very hunter/gatherer.

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  2. I have lived opposite the Botanic Gardens for 8 years now and have only been twice in that time. Preposterous!

    What did you see?

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  3. That sounds like a lovely evening.

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  4. What a delightful night! Such a sweet photo of you guys. Love the lemon tree update, too.

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  5. Too cute! Yout outdoor garden movie date sounds like perfection! =)

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  6. This sounds like a lovely and romantic evening

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  7. I would love to take the husband to one of those... our living room is arranged with the couches facing each other, both perpendicular to the tv... so cuddling while watchign a movie really isn't comfy beyond thirty seconds. I need this to happen nearby. Go away, snow.

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  8. wow, that looks and sounds so awesome! i wish we had something similar around here. :)

    <3, Mimi
    http://whatmimiwrites.blogspot.com/

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  9. I've always wanted to go to a movie in the park kinda! It must be wonderful! Aww go lemon tree GO! =)

    Ergo-Blog

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  10. It is very cool that Melbourne has an outdoor cinema! And even cooler that you get to watch movies while cuddling on a picnic blanket.

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  11. Ooh, it sounds positively delightful . . . except maybe for the bats. Eek!

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  12. Okay so this sounds amazing. Like really, truly awesome. I don't think there is anything like this within 200 miles of me. I hope you two lovebirds enjoyed yourselves!

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  13. That looks like so much fun! I can't even remember the last time I went to an outdoor movie or drive-in!

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  14. That sounds like so much fun? Is this a common thing in Australia? I wish they had them here!

    XO Lourdes

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