When you international friends have seen more of the country you’ve called home then perhaps it’s time to take stock and why you don’t know more about your own backyard.
Dubious about such showcases, I tentatively entered the Melbourne Exhibition Building. And boy was I happily surprised!
Like with all locations, a sinister side can always be found, if you only scratch the surface.
We all have those long commutes. Whether it’s catching the public transport to work, school or on a holiday. At least on a holiday, you have things to distract you….unless you’re on a plane. So here’s how you can deal with the travelling blues.
The Rialto is steeped in history. It is definitely one of the highlights of the Open House event in Melbourne. Even if it’s to find out where the flushing toilets are.
The annual Melbourne Open house, opens a 100 of Melbourne’s most famous and old buildings. This is a once a year opportunity you cannot miss. And here’s why…
Nestled in the top end of Queensland is one of Australia’s most loved treasures: Port Douglas. From here you can travel to the Great Barrier Reef, visit the Wildlife Sanctuary, Historic Court House and some of the most famous restaurants, On The Inlet, Central Hotel, Courthouse Hotel & TAB and […]
Three words: Cane Toad Races. It’s one of those things, that are so…not what you expected, yet so big and popular that you’d regret for having missed it.
On the eve of the Great Barrier Reef tour departure, I decided to tickle my breakfast critic at the closest cafe. And the Lure didn’t disappoint.
The best holidays happen when you book something, to go somewhere, by yourself. Especially for the first time.