Australia Confidential: More Melbourne — and parting thoughts on Oz
In this episode: It's our last week in Australia. We saw art, winding ocean roads and cricket stadiums.
It’s our last week in Australia. Our visa runs out next week, so we have to leave. But before we go, here are a few parting thoughts about our time Down Under.
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Here’s this week’s question: Have you ever visited a destination that defied an easy description? (You’ll hear us struggling to make sense of Australia in this podcast.) Please share your story.
The Melbourne Cricket Club is one of the biggest stadiums in the world. It’s a fascinating facility, and if you love cricket, this is a must-visit attraction when you are in town.
The 12 Apostles, a rock formation along the Great Ocean Road, a scenic drive near Melbourne.
Iden checks out the Rone exhibit in Melbourne. Rone is a famous street artist who paints large heads on the walls. This exhibit was a little confusing to us.
Please don’t forget our question of the week: Have you ever visited a place that defied an easy description? We’ll read your responses on the air next week.