Wonderland in OZ – The Hatter and The Hare

This is the first time ever that I had my readers approach me to complete a review. Plus being a local in the area, definitely helped too. What started off as a small request turned into something even more extravagant. One of them being the generosity of the owners that not only ensured my meals were plenty but that most of their food was covered in my review. I wished I had a second stomach. At the end of my review, my sides were splitting, from laughter and the delicious food. Step into the rabbit hole…

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Putting The Heavenly Into Saint James

I dined courtesy of Craig, one of the owners of Saint James Cafe. Opinions are still my own. And if I had to choose how I would describe my experience? Surpassing Expectations.

Consumed: Beef Tacos and Fish Finger Butty
Drank: Coffee – Long Black
TDT: 5.0/5.0

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Moving To Melbourne – The Student Guide: Transport Tuesdays

You’re coming to Melbourne. Perhaps this is your first overseas trip? Or maybe you’re moving interstate, or even moving to the big smoke (or not so big smoke) and away from everyone you know. It’s exciting, yet daunting. Here’s some of the fundamentals that you will need to cover.

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Okami? More like O.M.G

I’m always dubious when someone mentions an “all you can eat” restaurant. Does the quality suffer or are the quantities completely¬† ‘bite-sized’. Well, when my good friend, DM, mentioned this Japanese place, I thought sure, why not. And what started as a cautious foray turned into a wild adventure!

Consumed: A Whole Lot Of Food
Drank: Water. Cause… why would you dampen your taste with anything else?
TDT: 4.5/5.0

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Focusing On The East

There are plenty of blogs that focus on the city and inner suburbs, but not much love is given to the local community on the East, West, North and South of the city. If anything, this is where the true hidden gems lie. And this weekend, the thing to do in Melbourne, heck the place to be is the Knox Festival.

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Want To Fill Out Your Social Calendar? Step Out Of Your Comfort Zone

When I ponder what I did to make new friends, the first thing that always comes to mind is the times I stepped outside of my comfort zone. None more so that when I started doing outdoor theatre nearly 6 years ago.
And it changed me. New friends, more confidence and different challenges that made me become a better person. Here’s how you can do it too.

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