I have arrived in Melbourne for the 6th World Congress on Brain Injury. I flew first to Sydney where I needed to adjust to the 14-hour time difference. Sydney is a very modern city that could be located anywhere in the United States. Except for the fact that they drive on the other side of the road, it is easy to get around. Yesterday I flew into Melbourne. Melbourne has a little more European flare; the architecture is a little older. I am told there are more arts and culture here. Yesterday I attended the IBIA board of governors meeting. We voted on Miami to host the Congress in 2007 and will begin to look for another host city for 2009. All of this information will be updated shortly on our website. On Saturday we will meet again to elect officers. This afternoon I will be speaking on auto insurance and in particular, no fault insurance. I will do my best to update everyone tomorrow.