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My WeekendNotes - 114
In late 2013, I was lucky enough to be invited to a lone chocolate dessert bar in Burwood, called, The Choc Pot. Little ... [more]
Oh boy, how do I even begin to describe the dreamy and delightful experience that washed over me as soon as I took a sea... [more]
Spring is certainly an uplifting season; the sun is shining bright, the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming and... [more]
14/09/2013 - 13/10/2013
When it comes to uniquely awesome ways to be provided with food, I'd be hard put to come up with something more convenie... [more]
If not for the glowing beacon guiding us to our destination, we might not have even known it was there. Sneakily tucked ... [more]
As we took a stroll through the mall in Parramatta, we came upon a busy little bee of a bakery and we were thrilled to s... [more]
What could sound better to me than a day of feasting on fresh, lovingly prepared, authentic Italian cuisine? The answer ... [more]
Glenorie Bakery, Cafe and Delicatessen was established in 1994 by the current owner's father after many years involv... [more]
After a quick trip to Bunnings to purchase the makings of a bookshelf with my handy-man boyfriend on a Saturday morning,... [more]
On our fourth trip down South to enjoy Floriade in Canberra, we decided to see what other little gems could be found aro... [more]
For all who know me, they know that one of my main priorities in life is being fed. If I'm not fed, or not fed well, I... [more]
It was many years ago that I last ventured into the educational and mentally engaging Powerhouse Museum. The exciting ti... [more]
30/07/2011 - 30/04/2013
After an extremely satisfying Korean meal for dinner and a little break to let it all settle, we were keen for dessert a... [more]
Markets are loved by many and luckily there are markets aplenty in Sydney. No matter how many you've been to, if you fin... [more]
Was glad to capture this picture of the Koi cavorting in The Glade at Lisgar Gardens. Such gorgeous fish to see splashin... [more]
An adorable Chocolate Puppy Cake from Breadtop. Such a cute cake, almost too cute to eat...but not quite.... [more]
If you're keen to get extreme, then this brand new Xtreme Playzone is the destination to get your game on. Whether you'r... [more]
As all who have come to know me are aware, I am very interested in food, shopping for it, looking at it, watching people... [more]
So its winter time again and this time it's gotten super chilly, super fast. Fortunately (or unfortunately for my waistl... [more]
Could it be, that the 'most wonderful time of the year' is nearly upon us? Yes, it's true, the Christmas Dreamers Ma... [more]
The ever-impressive Dreamers Market has been so successful in the past few years, that it has needed a bit of R&R to... [more]
It's the most wonderful time of the year, so the song goes... well, it's nearly the most wonderful time of the year... [more]
The creativity just keeps coming, so what are the crew behind the Dreamers Market to do but to keep bringing the cre... [more]
Opened by Olga in mid 2014 at 579 King Street in Newtown, Izba Russian Sweets is a patisserie like no other, in that... [more]
The Cake Bake and Sweets Show will be whipping up a frenzy in the Sydney Showground at Olympic Park between the 13t... [more]
12/06/2015 - 14/06/2015
The melting-pot of local artisans that is the Dreamers Market, is firing up for its first, fresh, feast of plenty fo... [more]
The Dreamers Market continues to flourish and fly high on the market scene, consistently bringing unique, quality an... [more]
The sweet sound of the words "Dreamers Market" are ringing in my ears for the first time this year. Yes, indeed, the... [more]
I think I can safely assume everyone is well aware that being a sixteen year old isn't always easy. Equally as trial... [more]
21/11/2013 - 30/11/2013
After first being brought to the stage in musical form by Lawrence D. Cohen and Michael Gore in the 1988 Broadway pr... [more]
13/11/2013 - 30/11/2013
Western Sydney is known to get a bit of a rough wrap from time to time, but what it really should be known for, is i... [more]
There's no excuse necessary for getting out and about to enjoy the Spring sunshine, but there sure is no better reas... [more]
The Spring/Summer season is packed out with festivals of all flavours, but few can compete with the passion, communi... [more]
When you're just getting your feet wet in the vast ocean of markets, I'd suspect the whole process could be mighty dau... [more]
If you look forward to the Spring/Summer festival season as much as I do, not for the sweaty, scantily-clad teens wr... [more]
The season of Spring brings many a glorious thing, fresh flowers bursting into bloom, the sun shining bright, busy b... [more]
There are few things we face in life that are more confronting and devastating than the loss of a loved one. Delving... [more]
12/09/2013 - 21/09/2013
We all know what we're going to get when it comes to a good ol' American action blockbuster; extreme explosions, int... [more]
The dating jungle is a particularly tricky environment to navigate. It's even trickier when you're a mature aged divorcé... [more]
22/08/2013 - 31/08/2013
Oh my dear sweet dreamers, the time has come around again for all your dreams to be fulfilled at this years Winter Dream... [more]
When attending a house party at James Franco's LA mansion, there really is nothing that could ruin it quite like a g... [more]
The time had come for some Wednesday night comedy, provided by Zoe Pelbart at The Factory Theatre in Marrickville. I was... [more]
Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God documents the first known protest against clerical sex abuse in the US. Fi... [more]
The little market that could is back with it's third installment, the Dreamers Autumn Market. After a hugely successful ... [more]
As I genuinely shed a tear in one of the scenes of the final episode of Real Humans, The Code, I'm also teary on the... [more]
As the child of a horticulturist who has managed nurseries and who runs his own horticultural business, I've seen more... [more]
In Heritage, the penultimate episode of Real Humans, there is plenty to love and not too much to hate. Some of the h... [more]
Make Haste, Episode 8 in the series finally reveals and pushes to the forefront some of the key storylines that I've... [more]
Taste of Sydney is blazing back into town for 2013 and I for one couldn't be more thrilled. After such a wonderful day o... [more]
14/03/2013 - 17/03/2013
We're nearing the end of the series now at episode 7, Blind Love. All the answers we've been craving are finally fas... [more]
This week's episode opens with the aftermath of the disturbing and devilish destruction caused by the Real Humans Li... [more]
Power at Heart, episode 5 of Real Humans, delves further into the cracks that are now opening up wide in the humans ... [more]
In Transit, an 8 episode web series created by Maddy Butler and Thulaisi Sivapalan, exploring the highs and lows of Matt... [more]
Simply put, this weeks episode Semi-Human Rights, packs a lot of punch. Literal punches and some figurative ones. Wh... [more]
The Lord Shall Be Our Companion, episode 3 of Real Humans, entitled thus (I imagine), due to the rogue hubots led by... [more]
Trust No One, the second episode of the Swedish sci-fi/drama Real Humans (Äkta Människor), begins with the police di... [more]
The Pitchfork Disney, created by Philip Ridley, first taking to the stage in 1991 in London, is hitting the stage at the... [more]
05/12/2012 - 09/12/2012
"Real Humans" (Äkta Människor) a Swedish drama/sci-fi series written by Lars Lundström, set in a parallel present da... [more]
It was an average underwhelming Wednesday evening, but endeavouring to change all that, we headed into Kings Cross for a... [more]
Melissa George recently came back to Australia to promote Hunted, the engaging 8 episode BBC spy drama, and may have los... [more]
If you didn't get a chance to wander through the 100% Australian handmade Dreamer's Markets this September, or you jus... [more]
This musical powerhouse may have been around way before my time, but with the legend status her and her songs claimed, I... [more]
02/11/2012 - 10/11/2012
You know when you walk into the theatre and on the blackboard coated walls, there is an inordinate amount of four-lett... [more]
10/10/2012 - 03/11/2012
I hear the word "sweet", I hear the word "festival", you will then hear me squealing with glee. A spread of some of the ... [more]
As we settled down into "The Bunker' at the Factory Theatre - okay, I seriously wrote that, then realised I'd essentia... [more]
26/09/2012 - 29/09/2012
Where to start, where to start. Thought provoking, original, intense and a little snifter of bizarre, is how I would des... [more]
20/09/2012 - 27/09/2012
Oh yes, the sweet smell of Spring is wafting through the air and that sweet smell will be coming straight from the glo... [more]
15/09/2012 - 14/10/2012
Total Recall; a film about memories, fantasy, reality and how to decipher which one of those creates your true exist... [more]
23/08/2012 - 30/09/2012
The whimsical and wonderful wildflowers are coming out to play. The weather is just starting to show the sparkling sun o... [more]
These days it's hard to find anything that's genuinely 100% Australian Handmade. At the Dreamer's Markets in Parramatta ... [more]
Darling Harbour is chock full of wonderful things to see and do, whether you're a local or a tourist visiting from near ... [more]
02/07/2012 - 31/07/2012
The original hysteria may have died down slightly since season 1 of MasterChef, but for the steadfast fans and people wh... [more]
03/07/2012 - 22/07/2012
If you thought your Easter was destined to be filled purely with bunnies, eggs and a whole bunch of chocolate, fear not.... [more]
06/04/2012 - 09/04/2012
This little cafe is a quaint and quirky find. My boyfriend had heard it had great coffee and I'd gotten the same heads u... [more]
As my friends and family well know, I like a good festival and a festival is even more alluring when it has tantalising ... [more]
25/02/2012 - 26/02/2012
After a long day of shopping with my dearest mummy, we were off to the escalators and ready to head home when I saw a ve... [more]
The time had come for us to go out on a little adventure around Sydney's beautiful harbour on a jet cruiser. We were set... [more]
Throwing caution to the wind and getting stuck into a cornucopia of Lebanese delights is one grand way to spend your eve... [more]
Getting your hands stuck into a big plate of food and getting a little messy, makes for a very enjoyable and relaxed din... [more]
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