One of the most popular attractions in Victoria, Australia is the Twelve Apostles, a collection of limestone stacks found in Port Campbell National Park.
The highlight of my trip to Melbourne last March was going to 12 Apostles which was a four hour trip from Melbourne via the scenic Great Ocean Road.
Our main purpose for going to Phillip Island was to see the famous Penguin Parade which happens at sunset everyday.
Last March I went to Melbourne with 6 of my friends. It wasn’t until halfway of our stay that we were finally complete. We waited for Elisa to arrive before we went touring. Our first stop was Phillip Island about 2 hours away from Melbourne.
I have a confession. I have never been to the National Library of the Philippines. But I went to the State Library of Victoria because it’s smack dab in the middle of the CBD in Melbourne.
When I went to Melbourne last March with my friends we stayed in the Central Business District. An advantage to staying in the CBD is the Queen Victoria Market and you can basically just walk and walk and see a lot of the tourist attractions.
[singlepic id=68 w=640 h=480 float=] It was raining in Singapore that afternoon and we were so worried that we wouldn’t be able to go to the Gardens by the Bay but Eros, our tour guide, guaranteed it us that it would be no problem.
It wasn’t all work in Singapore, not that I call eating delicious street food work, when I attended the World Street Food Congress 2013 last June. The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) made sure we saw the best that Singapore had to offer and I was definitely impressed. My previous trips to Singapore were mostly dedicatedContinue reading “Singapore River Cruise”
Hands down our best experience in our European trip last June was the Paris Segway Tour. I was so happy that Rochelle agreed to take the Segway tour with me otherwise I would have been too chicken to do it myself. The 3 hour tour cost €90 per person and it was worth every Euro.Continue reading “Paris Segway Tour”
Hello Paris!!! As soon as we dropped off our luggage at the Lenox Montparnasse Hotel we went to dinner. We left the hotel early to give us time to figure out the Métro and find the restaurant. We only took the taxi twice in Paris – to and from the airport. A tip for thoseContinue reading “Paris: Le Fontaine de Mars & Eiffel Tower”