Making: MEL&NYC festival plans – restaurants booked, galleries will be visited, talks to be attended Continue reading
01. I’ve finished uni for the semester. Now I’m planning six weeks of fun. Continue reading
As soon as the Marimekko exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery was announced, I started making plans with a group of friends. It quickly morphed from a ‘day trip to Bendigo’ to three days of loveliness. Continue reading
01. The Triennial exhibition at the National Gallery Victoria was cool (even the teenagers thought so). Continue reading
01. I’m thinking about my beach-reading list. This was a good place to start (note that lots of these appear on the Best of the Best list). Continue reading
A friend and I have been talking about a weekend in Sydney for about four years – we finally made it happen. When we last travelled to Sydney together it was 1990 and we stayed at a youth hostel, went clubbing every night and recovered during the day. And laughed for a week. We had as many laughs this time but the focus was on fabulous restaurants and cultural activities other than clubbing.
We kicked off our stay with frosè and views at Henry Deane’s. Continue reading
Someone asked if we were going away this last school holidays and I replied no, because I got the kids Netflix instead. I was joking of course… (not really).
So apart from watch tele, this is what we did – Continue reading
It seems I just can’t get enough of Central Australia. I visited last week (for the fourth time) and happily, this trip included some time in Alice Springs. Continue reading
I’ve had a mad, mad few weeks – a stupid amount of work for uni, a house move, and a trip to Hong Kong. I won’t bore you with details about essays, word counts, packing boxes and utilities but I will bore you with dumplings, temples and spectacular city views.
We spent a week in Hong Kong, staying in Kowloon. Last time I was in Hong Kong the planes were landing between the buildings, so needless to say things had changed considerably. Continue reading