I woke up exhausted, two tours back to back really tired me out, but that’s part of the adventure right?
I had nothing planned for my last day in Melbourne, so I decided to explore the rest of Melbourne. The great thing about the city is, you can’t get lost everything is literally part of a grid.
I had breakfast at my favourite Cafe ‘366’ and also bumped into my new friend Sophia. After breakfast we parted ways and said our goodbyes, I got invited to see her in Singapore so not a bad friend to have.
I had heard a lot about the iconic Bourke Street, and decided to do some souvenir shopping. This is basically were all the designer shops are. I didn’t spend much time there as I am not much of a shopper. After I finished collecting souvenirs I wanted to relax.
The one thing I was looking forward to was watching the sunset at Southbank, the view is beautiful and worth every second.
Before I set off for Australia, I was really looking forward to Sydney, I thought it was the one I would really love. But I fell in love with Melbourne, it has this cool atmosphere especially for young professionals.