Sunday 2nd October, 2016

On a crisp Sunday morning, I met Deb at Queen Vic Market and we had mussels in a Thai coconut sauce from the Mussel Van at Queen Vic Market and they were so good.

Also the top of the van had a giant mussel on it and I regret not getting a photo of it to show you all now because it was pretty rad, especially if you love mussels as much as I do 😉

Even the food trucks in Melbourne are cool.

Deb also introduced me to my first ever bourek (a Turkish pastry roll) which was yum, we bought a few ingredients for dinner and did a spot of shopping around the CBD.

I’d heard everyone at Eason’s raving about Deb’s cooking so I was super keen when she invited me round for dinner.

If you’re reading this, Deb, YOU DA BEST.

Monday 3rd October

The next day was spent with Haydn at the beautiful Botanic Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance (it’s so much bigger and informative that I’d imagined it to be inside) and the NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) which was alright but nothing really blew me away.

We wandered around Fitzroy Gardens which had an interesting fairy tree…

Just a couple of gnomes stuck in a spider’s web.


Dolphinately my fave part of the gardens.


In the evening, I met the lovely Liz and Yolanda for dinner at Captain Melville’s.


Saturday 8th October

In the morning, Eason, Deb, Kuma and I headed over to Weribee Zoo, an African-themed open range zoo.

We made it in time to get front row seats to check out the lions during feeding time.

I’d be lion if I said I wasn’t impressed by how close you could get to them.

Passed a cheeky meerkat on our way to the safari tour.


I’ve never been to an open range zoo before but I enjoyed it as I hate seeing animals trapped in tiny areas in zoos.

It was also awesome to be able to see so many animals together.

Emus are fucking terrifying, though.

After the safari, we wandered around the zoo a bit more.

Big up to these legends for making me feel so welcome in Melbourne, right from the very start! ❤

My spirit animal: cute but deadly 😉

In the evening, we grabbed some really good laksa in the city and Eason and I caught Ellie Goulding’s final show of the Delirium tour.

It’s my fourth time seeing her live and she’s still killing it.

Wednesday 12th October

Cherry and John arrived back from their holiday in Seoul the previous day.

We headed into the city for brunch with Edison at White Mojo’s .

If you don’t Instagram your brunch, did it even happen?

In the evening, I cooked everyone a cottage pie.

I may have slightly misjudged the portion size though…

See you soon for a trip to the stunning National Rhododendron Garden and Philip Island!

Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend! ❤



  1. wow! that open zoo / safari experience looks mighty awesome..never tried it yet but definitely want too haha…nice nice..thanks for sharing (as usual)!


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