Well, I got to visit Australia eventually. My golfing adventures took me to Perth and Brisbane. I have good memories of Perth. My first trip there was a tournament at Joondalup Country Club. My second trip was a tournament at Lake Karrinyup Country Club. The family I stayed with was wonderful to me. Jan and Barry, I still think of you. Sorry I haven't written for soooo long.
The one thing that really struck me in Perth was the pace of life. Compared to bustling PJ, it's very quiet and peaceful, especially in the evenings. I could never get enough time for my souvenier shopping because by the time I was done at the golf club, the shops were already closing. But I hear Adelaide is even quieter.
Thank you badjonni for this beautiful picture of sunset in Adelaide)Now, what would one do in Adelaide?
- I hear there is a Botanic Garden, a place with tranquil lakes, landscaped gardens and shady trees.
- Central Market where you can find the freshest food in Australia.
- Mt. Lofty Summit to feast your eyes on the beautiful panoramic view of Adelaide.
- St Kilda's 1.7km Mangrove Trail where you can learn more about the mangrove ecosystem.
- St. Kilda Adventure Playground. A place that will put a big smile on your kid's face as they go crazy with numerous swings, slides and flying foxes.
- Adelaide is also known as the City of Churches. So, why not visit some of the churches, especially the Holy Trinity Church which is one of the oldest.
Well, I hope one day to bring my children to visit Australia. I would love to introduce them to Ms. Koala and Mr. Kangaroo.