About a month ago, I heard about an interesting-sounding book from a friend of mine. I decided to read and review it. The book is a new release by author Tess Woods, called “Beautiful Messy Love”. 1,078 more words
You can’t do this with every song, which is what makes it so brilliant.
This is Gerard Whateley, and he’s a broadcaster who calls Aussie Rules Football matches. 75 more words
For my second excursion out of the country this year, I visited Brisbane, Australia, for the second time in three years. Brisbane is the most populated city in the Australian state of Queensland, and I booked an apartment in the CBD, or Central Business District. 365 more words
A great new venue at Victoria Park, icy cold, the usual hazardous throng of footies flying at quarter and half time as kids and adults take over the ground (my friend got a direct hit to the noggin), great bands, uninhibited cheerleaders, streakers, idiotic Box Wars, and awesome company. 8 more words
…according to Lonely Planet Guides is to attend an Aussie Rules Football game.
We found our way to Etihad Stadium in Melbourne to watch the North Melbourne Kangaroos play the West Coast Eagles on Sunday afternoon for the kick-off weekend of play, with only a quick Wikipedia review of the rules the day before. 299 more words