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Natasha is a 20-something blogger, writer, baker and foodie. She loves exploring Adelaide, and finding great places to eat, drink, and enjoy.

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My WeekendNotes - 957
Forget about Mexican food as you know it in Adelaide; Lucky Lupitas does things differently, and chances are you'll like... [more]
Monarto Zoo sure feels deep into the wilderness. The open-range zoo is about an hour from Adelaide, part way between Mou... [more]
You're inundated with choices when it comes to breakfast/brunch spots along Surry Hill's Crown Street. One that's worth ... [more]
Eating at Table for 20 is like a dinner party with old friends, just with 'old friends' that you haven't met yet. Taking... [more]
Vietnamese cuisine is full of many varied dishes, but two fairly common street foods most likely take top prize as being... [more]
The Coffee Barun is one of those places you just don't expect. It's located right next to the Sefton Plaza Shopping Cent... [more]
Last year Adelaide cheese lovers mourned the announcement that the popular event CheeseFest would not be continuing,... [more]
The Royal Adelaide Show may be coming to an end, but you won't have to wait a whole year for a bit of magic to return to... [more]
09/12/2016 - 18/12/2016
The stunning Carclew House and surrounding gardens makes the perfect setting for any fancy soiree, so it's no surprise t... [more]
Clean-Up Australia day is one of those great events where you can take part no matter where you are - every little bit h... [more]
It seemed that as soon as Christmas was over the supermarkets were stocking the shelves with foil coated chocolate b... [more]
Foraging is a hugely satisfying way to get your own food. It's not as quick and easy as heading to the supermarket, and ... [more]
Over the last year, Pirate Life's boldly branded tinnies have made an appearance at events and festivals around Adelaide... [more]
These last couple of years the Fringe has been starting a little bit earlier and events seem to be running a little bit ... [more]
11/03/2016 - 14/03/2016
Adelaide's biennial food festival, Tasting Australia, is back for another year and the program seems to be growing bigge... [more]
01/05/2016 - 08/05/2016
Adelaide's premier arts festival, the Adelaide Festival, has an unlikely companion: Adelaide's biggest car race, the Cli... [more]
03/03/2016 - 06/03/2016
Over the last couple of years the number of escape rooms in Sydney has skyrocketed. If you haven't heard of them before,... [more]
Frisbee - that's something you play with your dog right? Frisbee's not a real sport! Oh yeah, I used to play frisb... [more]
Shrouded in mystery - escape rooms are the big secret that everyone is talking about. With home-grown startups and overs... [more]
What's the difference between a chocolate maker and a chocolatier? A chocolate maker is the person who takes harvested c... [more]
To any traveller that's stepped foot on Bangkok's steamy streets - Sukhumvit Soi 38 will stir up a faint recollection if... [more]
Valentine's Day gets a bit of a bad wrap as a 'Hallmark' holiday, but the romantic traditions of swapping cards, chocola... [more]
Hindley Street isn't all shisha bars and strip clubs; there are plenty hidden secrets along the street. Stuck between a ... [more]
The door shuts. The timer starts. As 60 minutes starts to tick away you're left with a handful of things: puzzling clues... [more]
From humble sushi stores built into the side of a building, to eight-course degustations at Shiki, Adelaide is full ... [more]
Deep Creek Conservation Park is a large area on the Fleurieu Peninsula, and the largest area of wildlife habitat remaini... [more]
A few years ago it used to be near impossible to find Vietnamese rolls (or banh mi) south of the city centre; while the ... [more]
Some Vietnamese restaurants in Adelaide provide a bit of a lacklustre experience. Vietnamese cuisine is fresh and vibran... [more]
Xiao long bao are often called Shaghai soup dumplings, but they're actually considered a type of baozi--the name given t... [more]
Long distance relationships can definitely be hard work, but with a world of global communication options at our fingert... [more]
Hwange National Park (previously known as Wankie National Park) is a sprawling game reserve. It is the biggest in Zimbab... [more]
Sit Down, Shutup and Watch is an South Australian based film festival celebrating its first year in 2014. The festival w... [more]
The Victoria Falls Hotel is a grand building and an example of colonial Zimbabwe (or Rhodesia). It's worth a visit even ... [more]
A sunny afternoon is the perfect excuse to hop in the car and go for a drive in the Adelaide Hills. While you can stop i... [more]
Surrounded by towering trees and dotted with tiny wild flowers, Stirling's Apex Park is like a hidden fairy glen. Apex P... [more]
Yum cha literally means drink tea, but in Australia we generally use it to describe a meal or different kinds of food wh... [more]
Food hybrids are nothing new--creations of famous chefs or hungry home cooks, sometimes they fade into obscurity and oth... [more]
Nestled amongst the bars and restaurants of Peel Street is Kaffana, a Serbian bar with a very meaty angle. Half bar, hal... [more]
The Southern Rockhounds hold their Gem, Mineral and Craft fair annually on the first weekend in November. If you're a co... [more]
01/11/2014 - 02/11/2014
Deep underground Adelaide has a whole other nightlife just waiting to be discovered. With the growing number of small ba... [more]
Early last year the Hilton Hotel unveiled their new and improved cocktail bar: the Collins Bar. Unlike the old bar, whic... [more]
The Middle East is a broad region with many different cultures and customs, but there are similar threads that run throu... [more]
A new page has popped up on Facebook, but the FSSLSC aren't providing much more information than a few lifesaver themed ... [more]
Spring has well and truly set in and Adelaide has been seeing some great weather of late. The sunny skies are a great pr... [more]
Maybe you ride into work every morning. Maybe you've got a bike collecting dust on your back verandah. Maybe you've just... [more]
There are a few things you don't expect to find in Bulawayo (Zimbabwe's second largest city) and a historical castle is ... [more]
From the team that brought you the intriguing blend of Mex-Italian at one of their Alpha Box & Dice pop up, and served u... [more]
Anyone who has travelled through Cambodia or Thailand has probably come across the opportunity for elephant rides, getti... [more]
There's nothing quite as exciting as when Santa (or Father Christmas to some) rolls into town. The Credit Union Christma... [more]
The Krusty Cowboys are riding into Adelaide on the 11th of October to bring you a whip cracking night of musical comedy ... [more]
Elizabeth Shopping Centre are getting ready to celebrate all things LEGO with a few Brickfest 2014 activities taking ove... [more]
29/09/2014 - 10/10/2014
On for another year, Adelaide's cheesiest festival is back. Get ready to sample bries, chevres, and parmigiano-reggianos... [more]
25/10/2014 - 26/10/2014
Head in the Clouds is a boutique South Australian wine label. As well as delivering an interesting collection of wines, ... [more]
The idea of collecting things for people in need is nothing new. People donate non-perishable food, blankets, old clothe... [more]
20/10/2014 - 05/11/2014
The House of Magic tells the story of Thunder, an adorable ginger kitten who is abandoned by his family when they move t... [more]
When Heston Blumenthal first announced he was bringing his Fat Duck restaurant to Melbourne for 6 months food lovers all... [more]
08/10/2014 - 26/10/2014
Honk Pop-up Play and Splash Adelaide are putting together something a little different for the start of the school holid... [more]
Mister Sunshine's is a cafe that stays true to its name, it's a ray of sunshine amongst the dreary, boring buildings... [more]
Want to get fit and help out a good cause at the same time? The Adelaide Stair Climb is back for another year. Climb to ... [more]
The Semaphore Music Festival is celebrating its 10th year, and for four days Semaphore's clubs and pubs will be fill... [more]
03/10/2014 - 06/10/2014
Pixar have been responsible for some of the most memorable children's films of the 20 years. Think Toy Story (followed b... [more]
Bank Street is a regular thoroughfare but fairly unknown street--it doesn't quite the charm of Leigh Street or the b... [more]
From the brilliant minds behind Moving Music and A Band on the Boat comes a new musical feast for the senses, Bus to Big... [more]
French cuisine has had a huge impact on the food we eat and the way we dine. In Sydney there are endless French rest... [more]
This year the AFL made the move from AAMI Stadium to Adelaide Oval. While there have been a few issues concernin... [more]
Half of a Yellow Sun tells the story of two well-to-do sisters whose lives are radically changed due to the events of th... [more]
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