Outlined on my last article “How to book RTW- Round the World Flights?”, you need to first list out where you want to go on this trip and then decide on what type of RTW flights to buy. On this article, I am going to provide you my actual trip itinerary and how I ended up booking my flights.
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When York and I first decided to go on our round the world trip in 2016, our travel had to be carefully planned as some destination has to be visited at a certain date. We had to plan around these destinations and this determined our route and duration of stay in each continent. Here is a guideline of how we ended up booking our Round the World (RTW) flights.
Melbourne is the “Cultural Hub”of Australia. Every street and avenues are full of little surprises. The most famous beach in the suburbs of Melbourne would be Brighton beach due to the Brighton Bathing Boxes. They are extremely colourful huts built in a row on the beach. It’s a must go place for tourists in Melbourne!
I always believed that Pink Lake in Australia is very dreamy. I never though we would bump into one of the pink lakes during our travels. On our way back from Melbourne at a location just past a town, Dimboola, which is close to the The Grampians, we saw this pink lake! We were on the High way and we spotted this pink lake which appeared to be red from afar. Although we quickly whizzed past the lake we decided to quickly U-Turn and head back to check out this crazily beautiful nature’s creation.
I have always wanted to go to the Grampians National park since I have been in Australia to see the beautiful scenaries, crazy rocks, amazing wildlife and famous aboriginal paintings. After four years in Australia, I finally have a chance to take my young cousin to visit this place during our travels from Adelaide to Melbourne. Grampians is roughly 500kms from Adelaide (5.5hours of driving) we woke up very early that day and made Grampians our first destination!