Did you know that Melbournian celebrates Christmas in July? Why? The main reason is that it is TOO HOT in December that it does not feel like putting on a warm jacket or sitting in front of a fireplace grilling marshmallows when the temperature can go up to 40 degree! On the other hand, it … Continue reading Christmas Arrives Early in Melbourne
Back again with a travel blog showing you the beauty of Australia. Grampians National Park is one of the most favourite attractions in Victoria. It is located just on the west side of Victoria, 260 kms away from Melbourne CBD which would take around 3 hours drive. It is perfect for a getaway weekend, camping … Continue reading A Hidden Paradise in Grampians National Park
Taking a day off to discover Melbourne is not a bad idea after all. There's this group on Facebook called 'New To Melbourne'. They offer super cheap trips to explore tourist attractions in Melbourne and Great Ocean Road trip is one of them that only comes in $49 (Early-bird) for a one-day bus trip. The … Continue reading What Makes Great Ocean Road Great?
Ever thought about how Daredevil got his super sense of hearing and smelling? Wonder if that is actually true for those with vision impairment? Curious whether it would be like without your sense of vision? Wanna challenge yourself to face the darkness? There is this place called 'Dialogue in the Dark' located just in the Habour … Continue reading Challenge Yourself to Experience Melbourne in the Darkness
Did you know that there's more of Melbourne than what you actually see? Once, you jump on a bike, Melbourne will show you the other side of the city that's secretly hidden and places that you didn't even know exist. When I first got my bike, I was so scared and it's actually dangerous to … Continue reading Have You Seen Melbourne on a Bike?
What's a better way to explore Melbourne than getting to know its animals? The Zoos in Australia is surely one of the best places that can offer you a variety of wild and interesting animals from inside its country and outside. The country even has the most well-known zoologist family, the Irwin family, which is … Continue reading Exploring Aussie Wild Life at Melbourne Zoo
A trip organised by Trinity College that stretched across 12 days, from 17.09.2016 to 28.09.2016. Travelled an estimated of 6000km in total. Trinity-> Adelaide- >Coober Pedy-> Uluru-> Kata Tjuta-> Alice Springs-> Coober Pedy-> Adelaide-> Trinity We have been to Kangaroo Sanctuary, Kings Canyon, etc. These are some of the pictures that we took throughout the … Continue reading Trinity College Central Australia Trip 2016
Melbourne - a quiet yet vibrant city, two contradictories you wouldn't expect to find in a city. Absolutely extraordinary. In the heart of the city is a variety of stunning buildings and monuments to witness, with parks and grass patches polka-dotted around the city, lined with an occasional street performance here and there, as if … Continue reading 120 Seconds in Melbourne
Hello readers! A month ago, my friends and I went to Mount Buller for a mini-getaway from the hectic city life. It was an impromptu trip, planned only several days before we left. Nevertheless, the reckless decision was absolutely worth it. Our group didn’t sleep the night before (honestly it didn’t really affect us because … Continue reading #ruhitravelsto Mount Buller!
Fashion Week is officially over and it has been a great week spent looking at all the wonderful outfit put together by Australian designers. Here's a video put together dedicated for the Fashion Week! Hope you guys enjoy the video and see you guys in the next one 😛 / Lyyn /