Sydney is well famous for its Opera house, but apparently, the suburbs has more to offer than the usual tourist spot we always go to. Here are some the snap shots for you guys!
“Travel is like love, mostly because it’s a heightened state of awareness, in which we are mindful, receptive, undimmed by familiarity and ready to be transformed. That is why the best trips, like the best love affairs, never really end.” – Pico Iyer
Melbourne is the second most populous city in Australia next to Sydney, however, the streets are very easy to navigate and the busy streets offer a wide array of food choices you’ll go CRAZY about! The inner suburbs also offer a lot of exciting and unique experience that you’ll have to find out for yourself! And oh! Don’t forget their coffee. They’re known for it!
After a few short days in LONDON, United Kingdom, I left feeling 1.) reluctant to leave 2.) somewhat excited to leave because I’m not used to the cold weather and 3) completely in awe of all the history, culture and tradition I had soaked up in a short span of time. Being the world’s top tourist destination, I can’t help but splurge on visiting all the places that the city has to offer. So far, these are the places I have been to which I think was definitely worth the…