First of all, the food. Such great food, no matter where you go - there is always something simple and tasty, and affordable, around every corner. Living in Perth, the options for an affordable, great meal is not that easy to find. Nor is a good coffee, which there is an abundance of in Melbourne.
Then I guess there's just the whole vibe of Melbourne - the lane ways, the graffiti art, shopping, culture, bars, pubs, the list goes on.
I took my camera with me but over the days only snapped a couple of photos (one amazing pasta dish in particular that I took with my iPhone). So I thought below I would just show you a bit of my trip.
And on another note, I hope to have a recipe post for you soon, but bare with me, my fridge is currently empty and I need to stock up!
|Didn't take many food photos, but I did get a nice one of |
Ian Curley in The European, waiting for his staff to send out dishes.
|This would have to be one of my favourite things about Melbourne - the street art.|
|Bit of sight-seeing here and there. My favourite was seeing this beautifully|
dressed lady, all dolled up, watching Fox Classics in Federation Square.