The Mornington Peninsula is covered with acres and acres of bushland, and is criss-crossed with hiking trails just waiting to be explored. One of the longer trails is the Two Bays Walking Track. At 16 miles long, it connects Port Phillip Bay to the north with Bushrangers Bay and the Pacific Ocean to the South.... Continue Reading →
Today's adventure was to Seven Star Park. I didn't find a lot of information about it except that the park also hosted a zoo, cave, and theme park for an additional charge. So, I thought that it was a park. We could head over there, grab some lunch to go, and eat in the grass. As per usual in China, I was wrong.
I practically ran home. I couldn't wait to tell him about my adventure. It was the most awe inspiring thing I have seen since Saint Peter's Basilica.
We have a million and one things to do before we move out of our apartment this week, so why not take a half-day break to go on an adventure? Today, we drove about 20 minutes out of town up Big Cottonwood Canyon to the Donut Falls Trailhead (yes, it is actually spelled "Donut Falls"... Continue Reading →