We jet off for Australia. It seems like a long time to travel … by today’s standards. We will spend 16 hours in the air from Los Angeles to Melbourne, and another 5 hours flying to L.A., where we wait just a few movements of the little hand on the clock for that epic flight to Melbourne. Continue reading Day 1: Leaving on a Jet Plane
2005 was the second time in the millennium we could see a Final Four of NCAA Men’s Basketball with both Michigan State and North Carolina competing for the title. There would be a third time in the same decade … and we would be there, too!
Russia was our 2009 destination, including this spectacular church on the island of Kizhi, with 23 onion domes. It is one of the few wooden churches that have survived, despite it’s northern location, and the most impressive fact is that it is built without a single nail, being fit intricately together like puzzle pieces. One of my favorite sites ever!
When you click ‘Australia 2014‘ highlighted in text like this, you’ll be taken to a page where you scroll down to find my trip log. You might also find that same label near a photo, or within menus on the top, bottom, or left side of pages. Read on!
Scroll down for my daily postings from that trip, or, if they are not already showing, click here … Australia Day-by-Day