I found myself on a domestic flight to Melbourne for the Jeep Wrangler King Island Experience on a rather humid and rainy Wednesday afternoon. I wasn’t sure where King Island was (geography has never been ...
There’s something that’s almost intoxicating about walking into a cake store, the scent of sugar seems to hang in the air and for a moment I expect to see a chocolate waterfall off on the side with strange little orange dudes running around, but we’re not too far off the mark.
A few months ago Nuffnang invited es&t to present a Masterclass on Photography at Blogopolis down in Melbourne. Being petrified of public speaking I instantly said no, only to be convinced into it by Howard who promised that he would be right there to support me, except when he wasn’t thanks to his FC finals coinciding the same week.
For those who follow my tweets, For the past few months I’ve been based in Melbourne for work. Believe it or not this meant it was the first time I have been to Melbourne, and ...
I’m traveling with my old buddies Astroboy and Rin and our attitude towards making actual plans is rather blasé, so it’s rather by chance that we find ourselves peckish just as we’re in the Movida vicinity.
I’ve heard so much about Vue de Monde; every time I go to Melbourne and not have at least dropped by Bistro Vue, I get a pitying look and a consolatory pat. Well, pity looks and consolatory pats no more! I’ve finally dined at Vue de Monde… and boy, have I ever been missing out!
Brunetti came at a friend’s very high recommendation. Kathy had named this place as the place with “awesome cakes!!” and it is so awesome that whenever she travelled to Melbourne for work she would make it a necessity to go there everyday. With a comment like that, F shuffled around our must-go-to Melbourne eats to put it at the top of the list.
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