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Buying a birthday gift for some friends can be more than a little challenging. Some people really seem to have everything. This year rather than try and find a gift they don’t yet have, buy them an experience they will never forget. The following gift ideas are sure to help make it a really happy birthday.
1. A Queensland vacation – Buy them a week long stay at one of a range of gorgeous serviced apartments in Brisbane or a luxurious stay at one of an array of Gold Coast apartments. From here they can fully relax and spend some time getting acquainted with the area, dining out, taking in the sights and then come home to a stylish, homey apartment. If this isn’t enough, you could even throw in a few surfing lessons at one of the pristine local beaches to make it a truly unique birthday experience.
When you are visiting a country that you cannot speak the language, you need to make sure your accommodation is used to having guests like you. This can mean a lot more than language problems. If a country has a different language than yours, there can also be other cultural issues you might not be aware of. This can soon lead to being unsatisfied with your stay. Some hotels are just better than others at dealing with international guests. Your hotel can be one of the safest ways to get assistance regarding local information and arranging your movements. Just because you do not speak the language does not mean you cannot have a good time. Sometimes this can even make it more fun. Here are some tips to getting by without knowing the local language.
- Don’t Yell. It is a natural habit to start raising your voice to get someone to understand you. This happens all the time. If someone does not understand your language, raising your voice will not help the matter at all. They could think that you are behaving in an aggressive way.
It’s important to be prepared for the weather when travelling. As such, you need to be informed and aware of the weather forecast and conditions. When visiting south east Australia, the weather can be very erratic. Melbourne is often described as experiencing “four seasons in one day”, so even if you’ve done your research, expect the unexpected.
If you’re doing any Victorian or Melbourne tours, take the weather information below into consideration. However, before leaving on your trip, be sure to be up to date on the latest weather conditions so you don’t get a nasty surprise.
If you’re undertaking Phillip Island or Great Ocean Road tours, you’ll also need to be prepared for the cold fronts from the southern ocean. Before leaving on these tours, or any Victorian tours for that matter, be sure to pack:
- Sturdy footwear
Melbourne’s weather can be rather erratic, so these high and low averages in each month are by no means an indication of the weather you’ll experience. The average highs and lows mentioned are in degrees Celsius.
When it comes to tourist attractions, Australia has more than a few. It’s a big country with big appeal, and as a result you can’t swing a cat without hitting something of interest. From the beaches to the rainforests, the deserts to the bush, there are so many things to see and experience in this big gorgeous country. Both man-made and natural, Australia’s tourist destinations are numerous enough to humble even the most adventurous traveller, so we’ve taken the liberty of putting together a list of the top ten attractions so that you don’t miss out! Get those day tours booked and those guide books ready, because you’re not going to want to miss any of these attractions!
At the heart of Australia both geographically and spiritually, Uluru has to be the most impressive tourist destination in the country. While a giant rock in the middle of the desert might not sound like everyone’s cup of tea, it’s grandeur and majesty will touch even the most hardened and cynical tourist, and the stories of the local indigenous people about its spiritual significance will open your mind even further.
As an event manager, I’m often confronted with the question, ‘how can I make my event unique?’ In honesty, it’s a tough question — every company wants their event to be special, unique and particularly memorable. They want to achieve this partly so they endear and differentiate themselves when it comes to their clients, but also partly just to make a splash. But how can they do it?
Probably my best advice would be to make a splash with something big. Trying an experimental menu or theming your event around a particular cuisine, like Japanese, is nice, but won’t quite make the impact you are looking for. Remember, bad food is memorable, good food is appreciated, but overlooked for bigger elements of your event.
Take your event out of the colourbond fencing surrounding your backyard, or office yard, and find somewhere unique. Venue is definitely something big and can certainly help you make a splash. Think about all the events you’ve been to — ballrooms, lawns, hotels. To be different, you need to hold the event somewhere unique. Here’s some ideas:
A report released by the Victorian Police in August this year showed some good news about crime rates. When comparing financial year ‘09/’10 to financial year ‘10/’11, the crime rate in Victoria has dropped by 2.4 percent. However, some bad news emerged from this report. Although overall crime dropped, there was a 26 percent increase in the number of offences in domestic violence.
Worst yet, they predict this number may continue to rise as there would be many people who are not currently reporting their situation, but might be more inclined to once this issue gains traction within the media and elsewhere.
It is disturbing that most people imagine the most common place to be assaulted may be in a dark alleyway or on an empty train late at night, but instead, more and more it is actually happening in our homes. It is much harder for authorities or even friends to find out about these types of assaults, and so they often go unreported for a long time.
What is Domestic Violence?
For some reason, there’s nothing more attractive to young women than guys on wakeboards jumping over the water’s surface, or on a surfboard manipulating the waves. Why exactly this is is a mystery to millions of non-surfy blokes and even to the well-dressed business women who still go weak at the knees when they see one of the bra boys heading out to catch some waves.
If you’re considering taking up the surfy lifestyle, the relaxing and easy-going nature of it isn’t the only reason to do so – a big reason women go week at the knees for a guy with a surfboard, a half removed wetty and a passion for the waves.
There’s just something about a surfy, and these are some of the reasons why:
1. The athlete
At a base level, there are two elements that make a surfy desirable, one is the laid back personality and the other is the extreme athleticism of someone who can really ride the waves. Not only does surfing sculpt the muscles and make for a fit and toned body, it is a daring sport that seems dangerous and risky – always appealing to weak-kneed women!
Want to keep your tots up with the latest seasonal fashions? There’s nothing like splurging on some girl’s clothes that show off your kids’ style. But how do you keep them comfortable and stylish at the same time? Dressing your kid can sometimes be a puzzling task, so check out these 5 gorgeous outfits that will make sure your little princess glows, not matter what season it is!
- Summer is a fantastic time of year and almost every little girl loves wearing a dress. Soft pastel colours and eye-catching patterns are great choices for summer, as are skirts, and tops, especially if they have frills, buckles and other decorations.
- Strap-style tops and shorter knee-length dresses are great for keeping them cool, as are sandals and thongs for their feet (stick to sandals though if you don’t want to worry about them taking their shoes off all the time).
- If you’re spending the day in the sun, a light, cotton shawl will keep the sun off their shoulders while also keeping them looking great.
- Sunglasses and hats are must-have accessories for kids – choose something neutral that is easy to match with different outfits.
Australia has many great destinations for a family holiday, and Melbourne is no exception. From the city of Melbourne through to country Victoria, there is lot’s to see and do on a family holiday. And one of the best ways to see it all is by getting car hire in Melbourne and hitting the road.
With a car, you can go from hitting the shops in Melbourne CBD one day, to exploring rolling vineyards the next. Nothing is missed when a road trip is taken and you can stop for some sight seeing as often as you like, and wherever you like. Just make sure you either change drivers often, or that the driver stops for breaks every two hours, and also make sure you get a car service in Melbourne before heading too far into the countryside.
Here are some great destination ideas for family holidays in Melbourne and Victoria:
St Kilda Pier
If you’re planning a night out in Melbourne, you’re going to want to read on. Melbourne’s nightlife is unparalleled for its uniqueness, its vibrancy and its good old-fashioned fun. Whether you’re looking to dance until dawn or you want to settle in for a night of gambling and swapping horse racing tips in a sports bar, the Melbourne nightlife is bound to impress and enchant you. One of the best things about Melbourne after dark—and the thing that keeps people coming back time after time to enjoy it—is that you can have any kind of night you want, all in the one city. Here are three ways to enjoy it…
Chic and Chilled
If boogying the night away and raucous, sweaty bars aren’t really your thing, you can have a much more chilled out night enjoying the finer things in life by checking out a few of Melbourne’s many high end wine and cocktail bars. Melbourne is known as a bit of a foodie city, and everyone knows that fine food requires a lot of fine wine to wash it down! Indulge your senses and have a great night doing it at an intimate bar with good food, good wine and good company. The best thing about hanging out in quieter, more sophisticated bars is that you’re more likely to meet more sophisticated people, and if that’s you’re thing, then you’re in luck.