It’s sunflower season here (January to March) in Queensland so I decided to go on a little road trip to see if I could find any… here’s what happened:
I had a few day trips planned on my recent travel to Europe, which turned out to be some of my favourite days. Here is where I went & what I did on those day trips:
I am the slackest of the slack when it comes to writing on this blog. Sometimes I even wonder why I am doing it at all.. Anyhoo, here is an update from my time in Copenhagen. Also apologies if you have seen these photos on Facebook or Instagram, I honestly haven’t had the time to sort through and edit my copious amount of photos!
Day Nine marked the last full day in Melbourne. It was a Saturday, sunny & very hot, and here’s what I got up to…
Well I just got myself well and truly messed up with all these days and started writing up Day Eight when it was actually Day Nine! Luckily Day Eight was a very mellow day and I didn’t actually end up doing a heck of a lot:
Day Seven of my Melbourne trip was another HUGE day for me. I ended up doing about 11,088 steps; got rained on; visited a couple of places that I had been wanting to go to for ages and went to a very cool local play.. let me tell you all about it:
Standing on the balcony of our 25th floor apartment in Melbourne, we could see the Queen Victoria Markets. Just beyond that was a church, one that seemed to beckon me every day so on Day Six in Melbourne, that was my first destination.
After a late start on Day Five, we ventured out of the CBD – well slightly. Read more
Day Four – or what I like to call ‘Monday’. I did the least amount of walking of the whole trip on this day, but I did go somewhere that was pretty cool (well I think it was cool!).