Melbourne, the second most populous city in Australia. It is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. It is also the capital of Victoria.
Melbourne has wonderful, vibrant art and culture scenes all around the city. There are a lot of interesting architectures and urban arts in Melbourne which gives the city a unique character. The foods are terrific, and the cafe culture is fantastic.
Sydney is renowned for its beaches which attract thousands of people all year round. The city has plenty of golden beaches such as Bondi, Tamarama, Bronte, Coogee, and Maroubra. Among them, Bondi Beach is one of Australia's most famous beaches. Not only that Bondi beach is a popular beach in Australia but also among the world's most well-known beaches. For surfer, Bondi Beach has big waves that make it a perfect place for surfing.
Knowing how much Australia has to offer and how little time we had, it's difficult to decide which places to go. Australia is big, and we only had 10 days to explore Australia. Getting to know Australia will be a difficult task. With that in mind, we narrowed it down to three: Sydney, Melbourne, and Tasmania.
The Harbour City, Sydney, is known as the largest, oldest, and most beautiful city in Australia. Sydney is a multicultural city. You could easily notice the differences in race, culture, art, fashion, and cuisine in the city.
Procrastinating. Guilty as charged. That's me. Sorry for not updating my blog in a while. Whenever I had time, I ended up doing something else other than blogging. By the time I realized, a month has passed and it's already February. I blame Dexter for that.
Anyway, the blog theme will temporarily focus on Australia. I often heard a lot of bad things about Australia. Venomous snakes, spiders, sharks, etc. But when I asked my friends about Australia, they all love Australia. For good reasons.
Last month, I finally got a chance to see the country closely. I found out that there were so many things to do, and so many wonderful things to be discovered there.
I could tell you one thing now. I love Australia. :)