Feeling loved or want to show or express your love (romantic usually) for someone? Once upon a time, people could attach a padlock and throw away the key into the Yarra River, apparently sealing their love forever (now you have to do it the hard way). Not sure how many …
Melbourne might look small but there are plenty of things to do, see and importantly, eat! Flinders street, CDB, Shrine of remembrance, Southbank, etc etc… Phew! It was an amazing Christmas in Melbourne!
“Stop taking so many pictures of the flowers, its hot, lets go!” my wife said as we entered the Royal Botanical Gardens …
Sydney offers plenty of things, amazing fireworks, delicious food, pleasant weather (during Spring and early summer) and some of the best skylines in the world.
Before traveling to Australia, I was so excited that I’d search for Google Images of the Great Barrier Reef literally every day, until I actually landed in Cairns. I couldn’t believe myself until our ferry docked in the Great Barrier Reef and we jumped into the ocean. A whimsical and out of the world experience!
“Whose chair?” that was my husbands reaction when I said we should go to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair. One of the best places to see (and photograph) the Opera House, the Harbour bridge and Sydney Downtown, day or night!
From Melbourne to Twelve Apostles, phew!, it was a day long drive back and forth along the Great Ocean Road. Boring landscapes, beautiful beaches and amazing rock formations, it has it all!
After reaching Cairns in Australia, we realized we had one full day with nothing planned. While scouring for things to do around, we stumbled upon Kuranda, a beautiful village in the rainforests. In a whim, we decided to take a day-trip. Gondola, scenic railway journey, and the Kuranda Village itself, all turned out to be a fabulous experience.