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  • February is almost at an end and with it, hopefully the ridiculously summer heat! Are you over all this sunshine? Did you feel the burn?

    What are you up to this weekend?

    February is almost at an end and with it, hopefully the ridiculously summer heat! Are you over all this sunshine? Did you feel the burn?

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  • The most Instagrammed cake in the world is Black Star Pastry's watermelon strawberry cake. But alas, I was twarted and I never got to Instagram the most Instagrammed cake in the world while I was in Sydney.

    The most Instagrammed cake in the world

    The most Instagrammed cake in the world is Black Star Pastry's watermelon strawberry cake. But alas, I was twarted and I never got to Instagram the most Instagrammed cake in the world while I was in Sydney.

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  • For anyone who thinks travelling for work is all about: glamorous flights with gorgeous stewards/stewardesses, long mindblowing dinners, or sipping a chorus of fine wines...

    Work travel

    For anyone who thinks travelling for work is all about: glamorous flights with gorgeous stewards/stewardesses, long mindblowing dinners, or sipping a chorus of fine wines...

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  • When I booked my tickets to this year’s Problogger Training Event, we made it a bit of a family weekend […]

    [Gold Coast] Betty’s Burger

    When I booked my tickets to this year’s Problogger Training Event, we made it a bit of a family weekend […]

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  • While the SO was getting dressed, I scrolled through a couple of suggested breakfast cafes and was impressed by the feedback for My Kingdom for a Horse. Everything lovely everyone had to say about them  is well deserved!

    [Adelaide] Breakfast at My Kingdom for a Horse

    While the SO was getting dressed, I scrolled through a couple of suggested breakfast cafes and was impressed by the feedback for My Kingdom for a Horse. Everything lovely everyone had to say about them is well deserved!

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  • The wedding we were in Adelaide to attend was being held at Sfera’s Park Suites and Convention Centre and we were staying there for convenience. However it meant we did not have easy access to the abundance of dining options in the city, but the wedding couple suggested Pickled Duck was around the corner for the hungry.

    [Adelaide] Lunch at the Pickled Duck

    The wedding we were in Adelaide to attend was being held at Sfera’s Park Suites and Convention Centre and we were staying there for convenience. However it meant we did not have easy access to the abundance of dining options in the city, but the wedding couple suggested Pickled Duck was around the corner for the hungry.

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  • A leisurely walk led us to Mexican Society of Chinatown's window, where we studied the menu from behind the glass. The bar showcased an impressive range of tequilas on their tequila menu, but should you expect anything less?

    [Adelaide] Mexican Society of Chinatown

    A leisurely walk led us to Mexican Society of Chinatown's window, where we studied the menu from behind the glass. The bar showcased an impressive range of tequilas on their tequila menu, but should you expect anything less?

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  • We were exploring the Adelaide shopping strip when the skies opened and forced us into hiding. We quickly ducked into the inviting warmth of The Stag Hotel and decided to weather out the rain with a bit of lunch.

    [Adelaide] The Stag Hotel

    We were exploring the Adelaide shopping strip when the skies opened and forced us into hiding. We quickly ducked into the inviting warmth of The Stag Hotel and decided to weather out the rain with a bit of lunch.

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  • Not to be mistaken with the Japanese restaurant of the same moniker in Crows Nest, Sydney, Adelaide's Ryo's Noodles first opened in 2014 to fill the gaping ramen hole on Adelaide's Asian eatery strip, Gouger Street. Two years later, Ryo's Noodles seemed to be going strong with a steady stream of hungry customers, eager for warm soup and noodles to boister themselves against the winter chill.

    [Adelaide] Ryo’s Noodles

    Not to be mistaken with the Japanese restaurant of the same moniker in Crows Nest, Sydney, Adelaide's Ryo's Noodles first opened in 2014 to fill the gaping ramen hole on Adelaide's Asian eatery strip, Gouger Street. Two years later, Ryo's Noodles seemed to be going strong with a steady stream of hungry customers, eager for warm soup and noodles to boister themselves against the winter chill.

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  • Our dinner at Petition Kitchen from our recent Perth trip had such a contrast of elements, I cannot decide whether we had an overall positive or negative dining experience.

    [Perth] Petition Kitchen

    Our dinner at Petition Kitchen from our recent Perth trip had such a contrast of elements, I cannot decide whether we had an overall positive or negative dining experience.

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