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My WeekendNotes - 54
The Nepalese villagers affected by the Earthquake in 2015 are poor and may have not much. However, they will give you lo... [more]
The trailer for Queen of the Desert sums up the feel of the movie quite accurately; sweeping, romantic and exotic whilst... [more]
I know some of my friends find yoga a bit boring and not as upbeat as Zumba or body attack, but I've been a fan of yoga ... [more]
I was on Google Maps at work, looking for a project site when a co-worker told me that if I zoom out she can show me a "... [more]
I wasn't entirely sure what to expect with this show. I've never kept track of Melbourne's extensive cultural networks a... [more]
At 26 years, I still sometimes enjoy chopping onions to the tune of 'circle of life' from Lion King. I think it's fair t... [more]
I've recently started working fulltime (the 9 to 5 grind) and I'm trying really hard to not be boring (I'll probably giv... [more]
As much as I love gelato, I also love Ice pops. And to my surprise as I was walking down to Melbourne Central from the E... [more]
Sundays are often a combination of laziness and dealing with the sudden realisation that the party, I mean weekend is ov... [more]
01/02/2015 - 22/02/2015
Whilst Christmas and New Year is often one of the merriest times of the year, it's inevitable end and going back to work... [more]
10/01/2015 - 28/02/2015
There's a couple of reasons why it might be a better choice to go on a tour to Yarra Valley instead of driving. For one,... [more]
Did you know that there were two giant eels and a message stick at Birrarung Marr, just behind Art play? And do you know... [more]
When I was small I used to say that I wanted to be a starving artist in Paris. I imagined myself in black and white clot... [more]
21/11/2014 - 23/11/2014
We were meant to meet our instructor at 1pm by the clocks in the forecourt of Flinders Street Station, the secret meetin... [more]
If I had to describe this documentary in one word I would say 'sweeping'. Vatican Museums 3D uses ultra HD 4k/3D Cameras... [more]
Melbourne has always been famous on the foodie scene and boasts of numerous culinary delights. Imagine now if you could ... [more]
13/11/2014 - 16/10/2014
I was more of a Dinosaurs fanatic than an astronaut buff, so it was hardly surprising that I wasn't aware that the Kenne... [more]
My number of vegetarian friends has grown and so has the usual dilemma of where to eat. As amazing as vegie bar is, it's... [more]
Most of my friends give me that mouth agape 'you weirdo' look when we order gelato. It's either because I am VERY boring... [more]
Blue skies, aquamarine water and lush green vegetation is an eyeful at the Darby Saddle. If you are looking for a nice t... [more]
Christmas is around the corner and waiting for holidays become more and more difficult. So in order to fill up your days... [more]
I found out about the Metropol Parasol when I did a google image search to decide between visiting Tangiers and Seville.... [more]
Ever wondered if a single moment could change your life? Well, Shannon Woodford and Joel Checkley's two people play goes... [more]
The past weekend has been a busy one filled with Uni assignments and the craving for good food that comes with it. B... [more]
When my friend suggested we go to her new favourite Italian restaurant and that it reminded her of a restaurant we've be... [more]
I like to think of Luna 1878 as the more hipster younger sibling of the Suzuki Night Market. If you love all things arty... [more]
07/08/2013 - 29/08/2013
July 27th and 28th 2013, Melbourne will unlock many of its famous doors for the public to enjoy and experience Melbourne... [more]
27/07/2013 - 28/07/2013
The trip to Cranbourne Gardens was partially as inspiration for one of my university projects, however upon arrival it w... [more]
I've been around Melbourne by foot, by tram, by bus and by train and I always take walks along the Yarra but I've never ... [more]
When I visited the Melbourne Steam Traction Engine Club for its running day last Sunday, it was a bit of what I expected... [more]
That time of the year is coming by again, when the Bird man tries to fly and the banks of the Yarra are taken over by ca... [more]
08/03/2013 - 11/03/2013
When I'm going out to dinner with a friend, and they drop the 'V' word I panic. By V word I mean 'vegetarian'. Immediate... [more]
The glittering outfits, the graceful dancers and the beautiful music all makes ballet seem like a fairy tale. An escape ... [more]
I tend to catch up on my movies when the semester is over and summer is around! And there is a good choice of film festi... [more]
When my uncle first suggested I go see the J. Paul Getty Museum, I wasn't even sure what it was. I hastily consulted the... [more]
If you want to escape the summer heat one way to do so is to ride off into the hills on the century old Puffing Billy St... [more]
Most people have the 'New York' dream; either to visit the city that never sleeps, to study there, work there or even se... [more]
I've been to several quirky restaurants with weird deco and creative menus that make you smile. But Medieval Times at Bu... [more]
When my friend dragged me to watch 'Perks of Being a Wallflower', I kept laughing calling it 'Perks of Being a Wall' (i.... [more]
After months of listening to people talk about how amazing the High Line is (guilty as well) in Architecture classes, I ... [more]
First time in New York, my bucket list was full of obvious superstars like the Statue of Liberty, Central Park and Empir... [more]
In the day time, Wednesdays are probably the most boring day to be at Queen Victoria Market (because it is closed!) But ... [more]
14/11/2012 - 27/02/2013
"The only thing we never get enough of is love; and the only thing we never give enough of is love" (Henry Miller, 1891... [more]
The sun is finally out and it looks like it's going to stay (oh no, I hope I didn't jinx it). But this is all the more r... [more]
18/11/2012 - 02/12/2012
Melbourne Music Week kicks off on the 16th of November and runs until 24th of November, bringing together more than ... [more]
Ever get tired of the same old routine of going out to dinner, finding a good restaurant, getting a table, flicking thro... [more]
Do you like walking? Do you like cycling? Do you like art? And finally do you like doing things that don't cost a thin... [more]
30/09/2012 - 28/10/2012
When I confessed that I had never been to Cho Gao, there was a lot of jaw dropping, eye popping, and gasping involved.... [more]
Now it is a quite well known fact that Melbourne is a cultural hub, but this October it is making a statement with four ... [more]
13/10/2012 - 25/10/2012
When I go out for dinner with friends, we always have an issue picking a restaurant. To narrow down the choices, the... [more]
I have been to the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne on several occasions, picnics, walks and water fights and I have... [more]
07/10/2012 - 07/09/2012
After accidently taking a wrong turn on Southbank, I came upon the sight of many souls huddled together in the middle of... [more]
After 3 years of failed attempts, I finally made it to the Tulip Festival this year. It is relatively easy to get to fro... [more]
13/09/2012 - 09/10/2012
It's Melbourne, in the middle of winter. Not too cold, but just overcast enough to make you regret leaving that super co... [more]