Shaded In Australia With Pyramid Shades

Thetraveljunkie.org – With Melburnians still locked in our 5km bubble we are constantly on the lookout for ways to make our 2 hour recreation and exercise outings fun. So we were super excited to try out our new Pyramid Shade down at the Sorrento foreshore on Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. So what did we love about our Pyramid Shade experience?

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Afternoon Stroll Along Millionaire’s Walk In Sorrento, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to Millionaire’s Walk in Sorrento, Australia. We went there in the afternoon, around 5.30pm. This stunning cliff top walk has historic significance as it was the first time the Union Jack was used to claim possession of Australia. An undulating track on well-maintained, mostly natural surfaces, Millionaires Walk is a fairly easy stroll, suitable for all-ages and popular with local seniors’ walking groups.

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Smell Spring Flowers Around Blairgowrie

Thetraveljunkie.org – In Australia, spring officially starts on the first of September. The first rays of spring sunshine have peeked through Melbourne’s winter clouds. The days are getting warmer, the flowers are blooming, and our mood is getting more colourful each day. It’s the time of year when everything in nature is changing and promising new life and new hope. Today, we bring you to exercise and be rewarded with a crescendo of bird song, stop and smell spring flowers around Blairgowrie on Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.

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Child of the Pilbara: My Early Life on Bamboo Springs

Thetraveljunkie.org – Child of the Pilbara is a collection stories written by Bill Quin about his memoirs, born in Port Hedland in 1941 and growing up on Bamboo Springs, a pastoral station in the Pilbara, Western Australia. Bill Quin never lost his passion for rural life, becoming a well-respected agricultural editor for the West Australian Newspaper before leaving his journalism career to start a PR consultancy firm.

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A Live Film, Suede In Love & Poison

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today, we bring you to watch a live film, Suede In Love & Poison. It captures the band’s shot at Brixton Academy and on location in London – summer on May 16, 1993, shortly after they had released their self-titled debut album. I bought this album in the ’90s at Aquarius Mahakam, South Jakarta and now so many years later affirmations from it still come to mind. And I still have the cassette and CD. Suede, they had positively change my life and how to listen British music in 90’s.

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Sorrento Front Beach Afternoon Walk, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Stage 4 restrictions now in place for Melbourne: exercise – once a day for 1 hour, must stay within 5kms of your home, and masks when you go out. If there is one thing we have learned in recent years, it is that travelling far away serves to value what is close to us. Today, we bring you to exercise to Sorrento Front Beach on Mornington Peninsula, Australia. We decided to take a walk on the beach in the afternoon between Sorrento Sailing Couta Boat Club and Sorrento Searoad Ferries, and do you know what conclusion we came to?

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A Winter Swim In Sorrento Back Beach, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today, we bring you to exercise to Sorrento Back Beach on Mornington Peninsula, Australia. We decided to take a walk on the beach in the afternoon and we found this little rock pool for a winter swim in the ocean. We weren’t planning to swim, but when we saw the water, we were struck with spontaneous craziness, stripped off and jumped in. It was very icy. We always feel really great after a swim in the ocean.

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The London Bridge Sunset In Portsea, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – We had a spectacular view of the London Bridge sunset in Portsea, only 10 minutes from our place. The sunset was so gorgeous. The light all around me turned an exquisite golden peach. The Portsea Surf Beach around me glowed orange. The sky began to turn on a spectacular gradient, from reds to pinks to purples to blues with a hint of green, if that’s even possible.

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