Last Sunday we went to the tennis "HIT FOR HAITI" charity event organized by Roger Federer to raise money to help victims of the Haiti Earthquake. As part of the Australian Open the players were ready for the game the next day, but with Roger Federer's help they got together and put on this event. It was announced at short notice, and the arena was filled to capacity. Over $200,000 was raised at this event. Below are some photos I took to share with you. Click play to see all the photos.
We enjoyed the game very much. The players were light hearted, laughing and joking which you don't see when they are playing normally. After the game we walked to the city along the Yarra River to Federation Square for a cup of coffee.
I picked up the above postcard when we were in Barcelona in 2008. I love latte in Barcelona and this picture always reminds me of the many cups of latte I had there.