I am very pleased to announce that Melbourne’s very own All Star Comics has been voted best Comic Book Store in the World!
This is yet another accolade that shows what a great place Melbourne is and another reason why Melbourne is the world’s most liveable city.
To read more about this fantastic win and why I feel that All Star Comics truly deserves the Eisner Award, check out my new blog post the Melbourne Ahoy website - Best Comic Book Store in The World is in Melbourne!
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Friday, July 4, 2014
With the FIFA World Cup 2014 in full swing, this is a good time for a blog post about what the FIFA World Cup means to Australia and Melbourne.
King for a Day (or a few weeks to be exact)With the indigenous Aussie Rules or AFL the dominant spectator sport in Melbourne, football (also called soccer locally) normally takes a back seat in terms of media coverage. Which is really odd as football is by far the sport with the highest participation numbers. Somehow, it doesn’t translate to spectators on ground.
However, every four years when the FIFA World Cup swings around, football steps into the limelight and leads the sports news ....
To continue reading, please visit the full blog post at the Melbourne Ahoy website - FIFA World Cup in Australia
Thursday, June 5, 2014
With the Queen’s birthday long weekend just around the corner, I reckon a perfect article for this week would be the kick off a new blog post series where I cover the best day trips out of Melbourne.
What better way to start of the series than to cover one of my top few favorite local holiday destinations – Phillip Island.
There is so much things to see and do on this relatively small but beautiful island. A reasonable drive from Melbourne CBD of around 2 hours, it is also a very popular tourist destination.
To make things really easy for you, here is my recommended day trip itinerary for Phillip Island ...
To read more, please visit the blog post at the Melbourne Ahoy website - Best Melbourne Day Trips - Phillip Island
|The adorable Fairy Penguins (aka Little Penguins) at the world famous Phillip Island Penguin Parade|