I consider myself to be a local of Melbourne, living 20+years of my life here-working in the Tourism and hospitality industries as a workplace trainer...
I consider myself to be a local of Melbourne, living 20+years of my life here-working in the Tourism and hospitality industries as a workplace trainer and assessor. I previously have lived and worked in the UAE and Canada (my birth country) and hence travelled to all three continents of the world extensively throughout each. I have been living a very busy single life with my 17 year old son and 13 year old shitzu maltese fur ball friend, with suburbia Melbourne since my return from living in Dubai, UAE, in 2000. My spare time is constantly fuelled with the never-ending calander of events in and around Melbourne- both free to attend and that of a paid interest. I travel interstate to Queensland with my son atleast annually to our holiday home on the Gold Coast for the past 15 years. Another city I am very familiar with its tourist attractions and accommodations.
The diverse culture that each city envelopes-making it a melting pot of rich heritage combined with new age technologies allowing every visitor a taste of its amazing and unique personality.
MELBOURNE: restaurant diversity and cultural suburban flagship; shopping outlets and local market calander; central hub to easy day trips to local national parks and world reknown beaches and scenic views; multitude of accommodation options with ease of access for all budget types; non judgemental city of race creed and political views; extremely pet friendly city and surrounds; easy roads and street maps to drive/cycle/walk inner city and suburbia; many free activities scheduled daily for locals and tourists to enjoy gifted from local council, government and businesses within the community and city scape.