Another ANZAC day has come and gone, with the year 2015 most notably being the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings in modern day Turkey.
Another ANZAC day has come and gone. To those residing outside of Oceania, It’s the annual commemoration of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC), which is supposed to honor all Australians and New Zealanders “who served and died in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations” and “the contribution and suffering of all those who have served.”
Wilsons Promontory is a 125,000-acre national park in the Australian state of Victoria, and is the southernmost national park on the continent. The park is known for it’s beautiful rainforests, unspoiled beaches, and abundant wildlife. Being located only 157 kilometres (98 miles) southeast of Melbourne, the area is highly popular with bushwalkers and campers who are visiting from the state capital, in addition to numerous international tourists and backpackers who are temporarily residing in the city.
“This song has a carefree and youthful melody that is seriously addicting. When you’re at that age where you think you’re going to live forever and life just seems like one endless adventure, because there’s so much you’ve yet to experience. It makes me want to run through an open field and do cartwheels, or link hands with a friend and spin around in a circle until we get dizzy and fall.
Here we go again with the social justice warriors getting emotionally butthurt over the most trivial and mundane things in life. This time it’s a strawberry festival (yes you heard me right, a strawberry festival) in Louisiana, where a set of drawings featuring faceless African-American children (calling them “black” would have doubled the butthurt), brought about divided opinions on their representation.
The Great Ocean Road is probably the top day trip in the Australian state of Victoria. It features the famous ‘Twelve Apostles’ limestone stack formations and the ‘London Arch’, which was formerly the ‘London Bridge’ until a section collapsed. This famous 243 kilometer stretch of road was built by former Australian soldiers between 1919 and 1932, who dedicated their work to their fellow soldiers who were killed during World War One. It’s deemed to be the world’s largest war memorial.