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Santorini

Santorini was like a flawless movie set. The sunsets glowed immaculately day after day and the white washed buildings were ever so impeccable. A panoramic view from any angle was breathtaking. I was sold...
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An Evening at Schönbrunn

  Crack open any travel guide on Vienna and one of the top recommendations in this city of culture is going to see a concert, opera or ballet. For those without the luxury of many...
Cafe-Giulia,-Chippendale

Cafe Giulia, Chippendale

You know what I just realised? I've been eating at Cafe Giulia for several years now and I've never blogged about it! Actually, I thought I had... But my blog archives say otherwise, if...
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Eating in Italy

I've been back in Sydney for almost a week now and if there was one country I wish I had spent more time in, it would be Italy. Due to the train strike in...

Oro Rosso Luncheon – A celebration of the preserved Italian Tomato

In collaboration with The Italian Trade Agency and The Council of Italian Restaurants in Australia (CIRA), restaurant Osteria Balla Manfredi recently hosted a lunch billed as ‘a sensory and educational journey on the precious...
Madame-Sousou,-Melbourne

Madame Sousou, Melbourne

You know you're in Melbourne once you've eaten breakfast or brunch out, more than dinner. Madame Sousou is a Parisian cafe/restaurant on busy Brunswick Street, Fitzroy. They have an amazing breakfast menu which stretches from...
Coda-Bar-&-Restaurant,-Melbourne

Coda Bar & Restaurant, Melbourne

There's something really likeable about eating lots of small dishes. From Chinese yum cha to Spanish tapas, the experience of sharing small plates of delectable morsels with friends and family is always an enjoyable...

The most interesting hotel in Amsterdam: Lloyd Hotel

If you ask me, the sign of a truly exceptional hotel is when you walk in and, against all the temptation of a new city waiting for you to explore, think ‘huh, I kind...
Jamon, Watermelon and Persian Feta bites, arranged in a circle on a white plate.

Cafe Del Mar, Darling Harbour, Sydney

Translating to "Cafe of the Sea", Café del Mar Sydney has been open nearly a year, under the guidance of Food Director Miguel Maestre and Head Chef Ben Fitton. It has become a scenic...
Claypots-Seafood-Bar, Melbourne

Claypots Seafood Bar

Here's the first of ten stories about my recent trip to Melbourne. Long time readers will know that this has become a yearly event which of course coincides with the Formula One Grand Prix....

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