St. Kilda Beach

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Look, who doesn't like the sun the beaches and the sand? Maybe the white loving look freaks like most of the East-Asians will definitely melt under the sun. LOL!

Look, who doesn’t like the sun the beaches and the sand? Maybe the white loving look freaks like most of the East-Asians will definitely melt under the sun. LOL!

Aussies are one of the most serious sun worshippers around the globe. They believe in sunshine and I think the Californians too. Anyway St. Kilda beach is a great place to hang out and chill out under the sun for the Melbournites hahahaaa, I don’t know if it’s even correct to call them like that. It’s one of the best places for recreation and relaxing in Melbourne. It is nice most of the time, except winter when the sun hides behind the clouds. It’s not far away from the Central Business District – just 20 min by tram and yes, tram is a little bit slower than car.

The flat sandy beach is lovely, always full of Aussie hunks and babes. Children and adults can go for a roller coaster ride in the mini fun fair – Luna Park on the Lower Esplanade. A Sunday craft market always attract the lovely and the curious on the Upper Esplanade with fantastic views of the bay with the newly restored and refurbished St Kilda Baths and Royal Yacht Squadron. Finding food is never a problem cause there, because this place is full of cafes, cake-shops, restaurant and bars and it’s always packed-packed-packed on weekends. Getting a seat is the only main problem. For those suffering from money spending disease, you’ll be cured here in St. Kilda’s little cute boutiques.

www.melbourne.com.au/stkilda.htm
http://stkildabeach.com/

written by ng1336 on 2008-04-27 in #world #locations

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