When in Australia, it’s worth it to make a trip to the center for a few reasons with one of those reasons being Uluru. Ayers Rock or Uluru is a 348 meter tall piece of sandstone that has sacred meaning to the Aborigines of the area, who are known as the Anang. Here‘s a good description of how Uluru was formed.
I decided on a day tour because of the high temperature during my visit and the lack of camping/outdoor gear I had with me at the time.
My initial Australia plans didn’t include a trip to Fraser Island, but when you constantly meet other travelers who say you have to go on a Fraser Island tour then you go. I honestly didn’t do a ton of research before booking a tour because I booked it so last minute, which luckily worked in my favor when I booked with Dingo’s.
Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island and is off Australia’s eastern Queensland coast. The entire island stretches about 120km.
Atlanta, Georgia is home to many coffee shops with even more options and variety. It’s hard to choose which Atlanta coffee shop is best or if there even is one.
I love coffee shops for different reasons: drink/food options and atmosphere. Each one offers something unique while also having something in common, coffee!
Octane Coffee in Grant Park is a favorite for its open space and transition into a bar at night.
Miracle on Monroe
Pop-up bars are becoming more and more popular each year. These bars can feature anything from a popular TV show to holidays. Miracle on Monroe is Atlanta’s original pop-up bar with a second location added in 2017 because of its popularity. The original location is smaller so the wait can take longer, but it can be seen as the better location because of its size and how cozy it feels. The second location, Miracle Two, is larger and allows for a faster moving line.