It’s already March. Realized I have neglected this blog for quite some time. Time for a revamp, and some long overdue travel photo updates. More to come.
It’s my pleasure to announce my new wedding photography branding under the name of A Little Moment Photography. From now on, all wedding related activities will be posted on the website and blog there. Do check it out.
I will still maintain this website for my other personal photography activities nonetheless.
A way long overdue post. Anyway, straight after Perth, Jovie and I flew directly to Melbourne. We were fortunate to have a comfortable room to sleep when Mira, our friend back in NUS, offered us to stay at her place. Few hours after we arrived, Mira’s husband – Orlando – drove all of us to the Phillip Island Nature Parks as they have not been there either. Located 90 minutes from Melbourne, the attraction includes the Churchill Island Heritage Farm, the Koala Conservation Centre and the popular Penguin Parade.
We then continued our way to the Penguin Parade. Photography was not allowed, and the rain was getting heavier. All of us huddled and waited patiently on the seats by the beach, observing the endless waves crashing on beach.
Despite the cold, wet and dark condition, it was well worth the wait. We witnessed many wild Little Penguins (world’s smallest penguin) emerge from the sea in small little groups, waddled across the beach to their sand dune burrows.
Made our way to the Chapel Street precinct after the market. We had a quick bite at The Greek Deli & Taverna, ordering some tapas.
On Day Three, we embark on our most ambitious journey to date – driving all the way to the Great Ocean Road, stopping randomly along the way.
We stayed overnight in Port Campbell and revisited the 12 Apostles the next morning. Also dropped by other nearby spots like the London Arch (London Bridge) and the Loch Ard Gorge.
Taking a different and shorter route, we then headed back where we came from – city of Melbourne.
That’s it. Goodbye Australia