For the fourth year in a row, Melbourne wins the honour and title of the world’s most livable city. Congratulations Melbourne!
For the past 20 years I have been a frequent traveler and visitor to Melbourne not only for work but for pleasure as well.
My husband was born in Melbourne so we have always seen the family and had great friends to visit.
Melbourne has fashion, food, sport and a fabulous cosmopolitan lifestyle to offer. I simply love it and feel very comfortable in it.
I can certainly see and notice the difference in growth, development and expansion Melbourne has gone though as I’ve recently started working in the city again.
So can someone tell me — what then is with the attitude of some of the cab drivers of the world’s most livable city?
Just the other day, the cab driver who picked me up from my hotel was not impressed I wasn’t travelling far enough than the $10 fare I was going to pay him. He hissed and fussed. I wasn’t happy.
One of the models I work with in Melbourne refuses to use the regular taxi service companies for the same reason and books all her transport through Uber.
What do you think of the Melbourne cab drivers?
Is there another city in the world that has a bad rap for its cab drivers?
What do you think of Uber and similar transport services? Are you a convert? If so, why?
Is Melbourne really the most livable city in your opinion and why?
Now with that out of my system, I’m hopping on a plane heading to Europe. See you at fashion week Melbourne!