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I'm studying Philosophy at the University of Melbourne.

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My WeekendNotes - 175 - Page 2
Summer's here, and scores of bikini-wearing women are flocking like seagulls to Melbourne beaches. You can see them ... [more]
Bikinis are like crabs: they're small, hard to spot, and if one wants to get your attention it probably will. There... [more]
When it comes to bikinis, Adelaide can compete with even the largest Australian cities. It's simple maths - more squa... [more]
From Cottesloe to Scarborough, the beaches are filling up with bikinis. Women are lying on the white sand, splashin... [more]
There's nothing wrong with showing a bit of skin, or even a lot of skin - but show too much in Queensland, and you'l... [more]
There's enough classy food in Melbourne to satisfy a gourmet forever (until the money runs out.) But what happens w... [more]
How can you tell a good café from a bad café? Astute coffee drinkers will tell you to pay attention to the coffee mac... [more]
People who hate fun often talk about bikinis as if they were a symptom of the general decline of modern times. "In our ... [more]
Shakespeare said that if everyone got what they deserved, we'd all be whipped – but doesn't everyone deserve a good, ine... [more]
It's been said that there's something special about eating out – and that's true. There's also something special about ... [more]
There's nothing quite like eating out at a good restaurant. The food arrives as if by magic, is delicious, and then is ... [more]
People say that crime doesn't pay, but they're wrong. It pays in life experience, learned skills, and crazy stories to ... [more]
Quick, think of your favourite ice-cream place. Who makes the ice-cream there? Chances are you listed a franchise - Tram... [more]
Moving from the city to the suburbs is a harrowing experience, made that much worse by the dwindling availability of exc... [more]
Andrew's Hamburgers is at 144 Bridport St, Albert Park. It's one of the very few burger places in Melbourne that beats ... [more]
Sydney Road in Brunswick is a real cultural experience. It offers a cornucopia of different and interesting places to e... [more]
On 60 St Georges Road – up the other end from the Moroccan Soup Bar, that is – sits Danny's Burgers, an unassuming littl... [more]
Harvest Wine & Liquor is more than a bottleshop. Bottleshops are tacky little places where you go to buy a case of beer... [more]
Penny Farthing Espresso is the quintessential Northcote cafe, the pattern which other cafes try, with varying success, t... [more]
Let's start with a warning: nude bathing, or 'naturism', is illegal in Queensland. Strip off on a warm beach and you'll... [more]
As Australians, we like to think there's a little Ned Kelly in all of us: some larrikin impulse that drives us to defy a... [more]
Although you might wish it were otherwise, at any given moment the Melbourne CBD is likely to be full of two kinds of pe... [more]
We've all been there - sunbathing naked on the sand, half-asleep, enjoying the cool breeze, only to be rudely awakened b... [more]
It was Jonathan Swift who said that coffee makes us philosophical. That, and many other caffeine-related quotes, can be... [more]
If there's one thing that defines Melbourne's bar culture, it's the hidden alleyway entrance. You know the kind of place... [more]
Follow the Maribyrnong River north-west of Melbourne, past the suburbs, and you'll end up in a Keilor Plains gorge where... [more]
From early November to early January, the Melbourne Theatre Company are putting on what might be Oscar Wilde's funniest ... [more]
31/12/2011
If you could pick only one Sydney café to go to for the rest of your life, to pick Café Hernandez would be cheating. It... [more]
Brisbane's a romantic city. The wealthy and broke alike can enjoy a great night out with their partners – but where do ... [more]
As a wise man once observed, they call the game 'golf' because all the other four letter words were taken. It's also an ... [more]
Melbourne can be an expensive city, with classy restaurants to suit even the most picky foodie. For those of us with lim... [more]
People often talk about the love of money. But what about when you love somebody but don't have any money? Unfortunatel... [more]
You know what they say – if you're not committing a crime, you're not having a good time. But how can you break the law ... [more]
People have been drinking beer for as long as they've been making it - and no place makes more beer than a brewery. Whe... [more]
We've all been there: trying to convince a partner or friend that yes, beer is supposed to be bitter and yes, it does ta... [more]
They're here, they're loud, and they're living in tents - the Occupy Melbourne protests has been camped out in City Squa... [more]
Auction Rooms Cafe, on 103-107 Errol St, is housed in the old WB Ellis auction house. It's a coffee roaster and cafe, li... [more]
If you've been paying attention recently (or if you're in the habit of walking down Swanston St) you'll have noticed wha... [more]
15/10/2011
With a name to bring a chuckle to the lips of every teenager wandering down Tattersalls Lane, Gaylord's presents an odd ... [more]
Adelaide's a fairly quiet city – in fact, it's often called a scaled-up version of a country town. The people are gener... [more]
Just a few hundred metres from Federation Square and the heart of the city are the Queen Victoria Gardens, a lush and sp... [more]
Soft colours and warm light, around delicately-traced lines and detailed scenery: these things are what characterize the... [more]
14/10/2011 - 19/02/2012
Inscribed on four large brass plates on the walkway towards the memorial is the story of Edward 'Weary' Dunlop. He got ... [more]
Surrounded by palm trees and overlooking a clock made of flowers, the bronze statue of King Edward VII on horseback sits... [more]
The Queen Victoria Memorial sits, appropriately, in the Queen Victoria Gardens opposite the Arts Centre and the NGV Inte... [more]
Melbourne's got some great restaurants and cafes to impress out-of-town visitors with (plus some more reasonably-priced ... [more]
Sydney's restaurants are known for fine dining and gourmet food – usually with an Asian twist. The cafe culture of Sydn... [more]
At 9 Errol St, North Melbourne, Hot Poppy Cafe Bar is an airy cafe with outdoor tables. Like Cafe Andiamo on Degraves St... [more]
A tiny place on 13 Stawell Street, West Melbourne, Roller Door Cafe is hardly classy. It’s close to North Melbourne tra... [more]
Brisbane's a city that plays to its strengths. Quiet nightlife? Well, that means low crime rates – Brisbane's one of t... [more]
If you're looking for a mountain adventure, nearby slopes like Mt Donna Buang just won't cut it. At 1986 metres high, M... [more]
As the highest mountain in the state, Mt Bogong offers some of the most majestic views in Victoria. Mt Bogong's summit ... [more]
Located at the Collingwood Children's Farm near the Abbotsford Convent, the Farm Café is a very kid-friendly place to ha... [more]
Sydney's an expensive city. Taking your date out for dinner might be a culinary experience to remember, but it's also l... [more]
Who knew charity could taste so good? These visionaries, that's who: the STREAT team, working tirelessly to transfer you... [more]
Across the road from Yarraville's famous Sun Theatre, the Cornershop is a wonderful restaurant that is half casual food ... [more]
Sydney is often touted as an overrated city, lacking the character and style of Melbourne. This isn't quite true: Melbou... [more]
Seven Seeds is a Melbourne coffee icon. Up there with such first-rank places as St Ali and Brother Baba Budan, Seven Se... [more]
Located about halfway down Gertrude Street, Arcadia Cafe is an excellent place to go for brunch and coffee. There's usu... [more]
You might think sushi is hard to totally mess up – it's just seaweed, sticky rice, and some kind of filling. On the oth... [more]
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