Slingshot me to the moon!
Whether we (and by we, I mean Clarissa) were having a perve at people’s flies undone or the monumental art designs that many contemporary artists had to showcase across Sydney, the 17th Biennale is definitely one that should not be missed. Best of all - the headlining exhibit was designed by a China man. =) Chairman Mao pays Sydney a visit
Not many photos taken to be honest, including almost no coffee. Graveyard shifts will be the death of me. HAH! Irony much in that sentence? Helloooo Marilyn.
Melbourne Day 3
Lygon street cafe hopping and shopping on Chapel Street. Short and succinct day 3 to cap off a fantastic quick getaway! Oysters at 11am in the morning.. Looks terrible but surprisingly tasty!
Melbourne Day 2 (2 of 2)
So by now most would’ve figured that the majority of activities that highlighted our days in Melbourne consist of food. In saying so, dinner was at Berth recommended by a work colleague of mine and the initial views of the place did not disappoint! It’s situated on the New Quay Promenade in Docklands where a waterfront view of the area can be seen in Berth’s glass exterior. ...
It was dinner at Waterfront Bar & Grill to celebrate Daisy’s return from the U.S. Some photos from the night.. My two favourite portraits of the night..
As we grow up, we learn that even the one person that wasn’t supposed to ever let us down, probably will. You’ll have your heart broken and you’ll break others’ hearts. You’ll fight with your best friend or maybe even fall in love with them, and you’ll cry because time is flying by. So take too many pictures, laugh too much, forgive freely, and love like...
Melbourne Day 2 (1 of 2)
A lazy struggle out of bed meant that we basically skipped breakfast on day 2 and found our way into Melbourne CBD just before lunch-time. Opting to walk, we skipped past a number of Melbourne’s famous laneways and even unintentionally spotted Red Spice Road which we were contemplating eating at after reading good reviews. Upon exploring more shopping arcades (with little interest in...
Melbourne Day 1
We touched down in Melbourne after an early morning in which not much sleep was gathered from too much obvious excitement of the days ahead - it was one of the more memorable recent trips I’ve had. Deviating from the traditional tourist track of shopping and sightseeing, Jue, Alex and myself opted for culinary adventures after our long afternoon trip to DFO with our first stop being...
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So this piece of Egyptian papyrus has been handed down from generation to generation to generation and finally has landed in the hands of a Chinese man working in a Sydney hotel thanks to a generous Egyptian guest. Neat right? It even has an authenticity certificate with bad spelling.
So last night.. well the night before seeing as it’s 12:20am.. was Jue’s birthday at City Hotel on Kent Street. A wonderfully decked out private chill lounge which I unfortunately did not get too many photos in because I spent much of the night frustratingly trying to figure out how to work with these high ceilings and far-apart walls for low light photos. Much of the night included...