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Enjoying cheap eats in Melbourne, mmm. Food blogger at: http://bitingtravels.blogspot.com

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My WeekendNotes - 51
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I had the pleasure of being invited to a screening of Toomelah at Nova. Toomelah is the name of the Aboriginal community... [more]
24/11/2011 - 24/12/2011
The Suzuki Night Markets are held at the sheds where the daytime fruits and vegetables, clothing and gift stores are... [more]
Doughnuts (or donuts) are essentially a sweet snack of fried dough. Across the world there are different varieties, ... [more]
"We're going to go for a picnic at Hanging Rock," they said, smiling knowingly. What is the significance of that? yo... [more]
Kinfolk is an unique cafe situated across the road from Southern Cross Station. The cafe was opened early in 2010 an... [more]
"Peko peko" is a Japanese onomatopoeia for "I'm hungry". Peko Peko is a popular Taiwanese style cafe located in Southban... [more]
Karaoke is a fun occasion to catch up with old friends, meet new friends and sing your favourite songs. In Western cultu... [more]
Lavandula Lavender Farm is a lovely weekend outing for families. There's more to see than just fresh smelling, bright pu... [more]
Point Cook Homestead is a worthwhile place to visit if you're stopping by in the Western suburbs. Once home to the Chirn... [more]
When I visit Melbourne CBD I would often dine in Chinatown and surrounds for roast duck or crispy skin pork at one of th... [more]
The Chocolate Mill is a small "chocolate factory" located five minute out of Daylesford. Here, imported Belgium choc... [more]
We were delighted to find a place near Ballarat to pick our own blueberries, eat as many as we want while we picked,... [more]
 
One of the many immortalised Australian sportsmen and women showcased at the Melbourne Cricket Ground... [more]
Neat rows of electric blue "Melbourne Bike Share" racks scattered across the inner city. Have you tried them yet?... [more]
Cairns - perfectly located between lush rainforest hills and clear blue beaches.... [more]
A classic breakfast along Flinders Street - pair of poached eggs on lightly toasted English muffins, topped with smoked ... [more]
A dense row of pigeons lined along Melbourne's tram cable, with the iconic Elizabeth St clock ticking in the background.... [more]
Sunny winter day view from Empire State Building lookout, overseeing Central Park and surrounds.... [more]
Stop by at Somerset 313 for delicious "three treasures" pork broth ramen. Served with braised pork belly, a soft egg wit... [more]
Golden French toast, topped with mixed berries and vanilla ice-cream. Breakfast at Affogato, a lovely cafe down Hardware... [more]
Overlooking the serene Swan River and adjacent high rises on a bright and sunny day.... [more]
Going to Singapore for holidays, or stopping by Singapore for a day transit? Here's a quick guide of five classic local ... [more]
Dripping vanilla ice cream mixed with colourful M&M's at Cold Rock Darwin... [more]
A building that turns heads. Mesmerising, black and white optical illusion, home to the Australian Customs Service at Do... [more]
Ballarat has several Japanese-style restaurants, from high-end, authentic Japanese food, to more casual restaurants for ... [more]
Looking towards Anchorage Hotel at dusk, a stopover at Victor Harbour for seafront dining or accommodation.... [more]
Enjoying colourful skies, a bright full moon, and rustic buildings at Cleveland Winery - an accommodation in Lancefield ... [more]
Beautiful, healthy, takeaway sashimi from Don Tojo. Also available from the sister store, Don Don.... [more]
A warm bistro & bar with live music and dancing, located next to the famous Singapore Flyer.... [more]
The Turret is a prominent cafe, set in a historic red brick building, on the corner of Sturt St in Ballarat. The buildin... [more]
Delicious duck with a flavoursome herbal sauce, at a Chinese restaurant with a traditional twist.... [more]
An "interesting" soup porridge with sliced unagi and cracked egg.... [more]
A bright full moon and orderly terrace houses along Lakeside canal.... [more]
The dazzling decorations at Plaza Singapura, a shopping complex on Orchard Rd.... [more]
A generous serving of delicious pork trotters in a lovely bath of chilli, for around $25. Not for the faint-hearted.... [more]
Historically, Lake Wendouree has been a popular spot for boating for years, and was even home to the 1956 Olympic ro... [more]
Looking out from the glass elevator of Darwin's new waterfront precinct.... [more]
Crunchy churros with dark and white chocolate dippings at Lygon St.... [more]
Delicious, authentic $8.40 chicken laksa near Melbourne University.... [more]
Iced coffee with ice cream and a swirl of cream at Fasta Pasta, Casuarina... [more]
Chicken burger with brie cheese at Melbourne Central Grill'd. Yum.... [more]
A pastel coloured sunset at Casuarina Beach, Darwin. There are plenty of beautiful sights to be seen along Darwin's coas... [more]
Being the hot place Darwin is, outdoor water parks can be great places to visit all year round. Leanyer recreational pa... [more]
A cloudless day at Grampians National Park... [more]
The Territory Day fireworks display at Mindil Beach... [more]
Coined "shady deal" on the menu, this delicious breakfast dish consists of baked eggs, chorizos, pita bread and a tasty ... [more]
Dusk at Adare castle - a camps and conference centre in Victor Harbour.... [more]
Grand and picturesque, this is what Ballarat station looks like at night. The old clocktower is one of the many historic... [more]
On the second and fourth Saturday of each month, there is a farmer's market held at Lake Wendouree. The market occup... [more]
Bad Asian takeaway is full of grease, fried foods, and strong sauces. During our time in Ballarat, we were glad to fin... [more]