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My WeekendNotes - 41
Bangkok is renowned for nightlife and for many this means Khao San Road, however there are many other areas with the... [more]
The mighty Mekong enters Laos at the triangular border shared with China and Myanmar. It's one of the main arteries ... [more]
In some parts of the CBD, on weekends, it can be a bit of a ghost town, especially early on a Sunday. Many breakfast... [more]
Magical Designs for Mozart's Magic Flute is a collection of costume, art and ephemera from the 20th and 21st Century. Th... [more]
31/03/2016 - 31/08/2016
Travel in Thailand can be a little challenging if you want to head off the beaten path. Few people speak English awa... [more]
I've started using a few different apps recently, and they can really make your life easier in Melbourne. Some of th... [more]
The most genuine Thai food I've found in Melbourne, at Me Dee Thai.... [more]
Melbourne is not cheap. I know I'm stating the obvious, but it's become less and less affordable over the past few y... [more]
I was a little taken aback to see that King and Godfree on Lygon Street was closed, but a little reassured that it w... [more]
It's no mean feat, but I think this has to be Melbourne's best happy hour. Well, at least the best one I've found. D... [more]
I used to stay the Great Southern Hotel many years ago when I would come to the city with a group of friends. We'd s... [more]
The Cut and Fratelli Fresh are new restaurants just off Collins Street on Alfred Place. The location is well known t... [more]
I'm a fan of ethnic supermarkets, I mean, how could you not be. It fascinates me to walk into an ethnic supermarke... [more]
Pho and Roll is just a bit of a hole in the wall joint only a minute or two from Southern Cross. I'm on the hunt for o... [more]
I find it difficult to explain to people who haven't been to Laos why it's made such a significant impression on me. W... [more]
Melbourne can be a pricey place for tourists and even for locals on a staycation, however as big international cit... [more]
While this might sound obvious, it can be very important to be aware of cultural differences that might cause distre... [more]
When a place has a Michelin star or three, or anyone associated with a restaurant has one, your expectations go up sig... [more]
Insignia is an odd kind of pub. Unlike many of its neighbours, there isn't a big screen in sight. No football, or rugb... [more]
The last time I ate Pho was in Hanoi, so it was with a little trepidation and deliberation that I decided to take in s... [more]
There's something strange happening in Melbourne. Something strange and bizarrely appealing. Let me put this in c... [more]
There's something to be said for a place that serves a top notch Bloody Mary. And it's something more if they allow yo... [more]
They weren't joking when they said big breakfast. FIVE66 is sizeable cafe almost at the junction of Flinders and S... [more]
The bottom end of King Street has something of a reputation that precedes it, but one spot I've found that is well w... [more]
It's with some trepidation that I decided to eat at Om Vegetarian on Swanston Street. All you can eat for $6.50 you ... [more]
Raan Kan Eang sits just south of the Vic market on Elizabeth Street and is easily found with large yellow sign above t... [more]
A secret menu you say? Is this the Thai version of In-N-Out Burger. Ok, it's not quite a secret menu, it's just tha... [more]
Want to meet some locals? Hang out and meet real Thai people and eat what real Thais eat? Here's a suggestion for a ... [more]
There used to be just one crab shack, now there are four or more. Why? The Crab Shack (original version) offers amazing ... [more]
It's the best pizza in Asia, well the best I've had. I've been going to Via Via for about 5 years now, and it's my o... [more]
As one the most popular tourist haunts in Bangkok Khao San has developed something of a jaded reputation. Often describe... [more]
Fatty's Fest is the annual celebration of all things Fatty's. Fatty's will be celebrating four years of serving up Bangk... [more]
28/05/2016 - 29/05/2016
Traditional art by Korean and Thai artists will be displayed at the "Korean Treasures from Seoul: The New Path of Korean... [more]
26/06/2016 - 26/07/2016
Okay, so these may not be someone else's top 5, but for me these are the Malls I recommend to friends and family who com... [more]
I know it, you know it. Wine is expensive in Bangkok and it's not going to get any cheaper anytime soon. Why is it s... [more]
It's going to take a while to get to Nam Et, but boy is it worth it. The national park sits just below the Vietnames... [more]
Lumphini Park is one of Bangkok's largest but it's full of activities and is busy at most times of the day. It's easily ... [more]
A breath of the country in the city. Bangkok is lacking open and green spaces, thats for sure. The few parks tha... [more]
The Bangkok Comedy Club started out a couple of years ago in room above a pub, once a week on Friday nights. Before thi... [more]
The title of best fresh market in Bangkok is is a big claim and a hotly fought category. So firstly, what makes a great ... [more]
Born in May 1941, Bob Dylan forged a 50 year path of creating and performing foreceful, thought-provoking and just darn ... [more]
21/05/2016