On one of my free days in Melbourne, my friend, her family and I went for a visit at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. I LOVEEEE flowers so it was so nice to wander around the garden, take pretty photos with the flowers and just enjoy the scenery. Luckily it was a beautiful day, the weather was cool and the sun was shining bright. Also, entrance is free here which is great! Hehe.
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While I was in the Melbourne CBD, I went to check out the Queen Victoria Market. I loved walking around the food section of the market. All the food looked so delicioussss, especially the baked desserts! I definitely had to pick up a few snacks as well as some souvenirs to bring back to my family and friends.
If you’re ever in Melbourne I highly recommend you stop by even just for a quick stroll! Click the link below to read more. 🙂
On my last full day in Melbourne, I met up with my friends from New Zealand and we spent half the day exploring Melbourne Zoo. I was excited to see a Koala hehe. Unfortunately when we passed by the Koala section he/she was way up in the tree and I couldn’t get a good photo with one, but at least I saw a little glimpse hehe. It was a lot of walking around but it was a good day! Click the link below to read more 🙂
Way back in December of last year I flew from Manila to Melbourne via Cebu Pacific. It was my first time flying that route, click the button below to read more about my experience!
The Sisters Kitchen Garden Cafe, a cute little Cafe in Sorrento, Victoria. My friends and I stopped by here to have brunch before heading back to Melbourne. Click the link below to see a little bit of the place and to see what I ordered!
As we were making our way to Rye, my friends and I stopped by this cute place called Red Hill Cheese. It is a beautiful and secluded place to relax andddd we also had some really amazing cheeses 😍❤️ Definitely a must see place if you’re in the area!
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The appeal of Cambodia for tourists is growing year on year and as it develops as a mainstream tourist destination, these numbers are projected to increase over the next few years. There are several points of interest in Cambodia, some historical, some tragic and some scenic but they can all be visited relatively easily with a stay of 10-14 days.