Laneways and Alleys I forgot to mention this one on my poll. I would give it a 5. It is quite the feature of Melbourne – cafés in laneways, walls of ever-changing graffiti art. For my Top 5, see my previous post. Here are the other attractions on my poll.
A few months ago, I thought it would be fun to write a post on Melbourne Attractions, until I got lazy and fell into idle mode. Better late than never, so here it is! I polled a few of my friends and included their average rating, as well as number of votes (5 participants total). I covered mostly attractions around
Our tour begins in Darwin. In this post, I cover the ancient Kakadu National Park, the sacred Aboriginal Rock Art, and the towering Termite Mounds of Litchfield National Park. Kakadu National Park We drive past swampy land, on a road where we are not to alight due to crocodile dangers. The land was once hopeful rice
This post is dedicated to Evan, because he was expecting to see kangaroos on my previous post on Kangaroo Island but there weren’t any. I’ve gathered a few kangaroo photos and photos of other animals, in hopes that it will make up for his disappointment. Kangaroos
Kangaroo Island is an island about 2-hour drive from Adelaide. It is the third largest island in Australia, after Tasmania, and Melville Island. Yes, there are kangaroos on this island. No, I did not take photos of them. Because kangaroos are all over Australia, they are not the highlight of the Kangaroo Island tours. The