Travel Highlights: Melbourne, Tasmania & the Australian Open!

Roughly 3 months ago, I embarked on a 2.5 week trip to Australia, and although the weather was blistering hot, I would say it was well worth the experience.

The main highlight for me was the Australian Open 2019, where I got to see all the legendary tennis players.

I also explored the city of Melbourne, including a trip to Phillip Island to visit the fairy penguins.

I spent a couple of days completing the “Great Ocean Drive”, checking out the famous “12 Apostles” rock formation, and chilling along the beaches.

Lastly, I also visited Tasmania, which included some unique highlights such as the Lavender blooms, Wineglass bay, fruit and oyster farms, Sullivan Cove distillery, and Bruny Island.

Needless to say, my mobile “15 minutes a day” trading system allowed me to continue trading on the go, at any time and any place, so I did end up taking a couple of trades during the trip.

 

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Finally get to see Federer play live! 🇨🇭🎾🏆 #ausopen #ausopen2019 #federer

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Here are some photos from the trip:

Here is the full photo album for this trip: https://www.facebook.com/iamrecneps/media_set?set=a.10156977615923430&type=3

Good luck, and may the profits continue to flow in! 😀

 

P.S. For my full travel photo log and list of countries travelled, please visit: http://synapsetrading.com/travel-log/

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