While Melbourne is the laneway capital of Australia, if you look a little closely in Sydney, you can find some hidden gems in back streets and side alleys. Working in Downtown Sydney for two years, I came across an absolute godsend of a café. Tucked away in a useless alleyway that was nestled behind a car park and through another alleyway. If you didn’t know what you were looking for, you wouldn’t know what you were looking at. The café in question was Cafe Cre Asion. A little corner shop, literally a hole in the wall no bigger than a shoe box that served coffee and tea and cookies and sandwiches and macarons to die for. Continue reading
I am convinced there are two types of people in this world:-
- those who like winter;
- those who don’t.
Can you guess which one I am? Before you bag me for being an absolute whinge, hear me out! Continue reading
I’m going to put it simply.
If you have not tasted pho, you have not lived.
Just jump on google, type it in, find your closest restaurant, try it, and then come back and read this post. Because without all of that, there is no way you will be able to understand the heaven that ensues from eating this dish. Continue reading
Aside from Sydney (because of the home ground advantage), Melbourne is my favourite city in this world.
On a recent trip down south, I got a chance to spend more time walking through the city and discovering a few of its famous laneways. Continue reading
Oh hey! Seems like you’ve reached my first blog post – welcome!
I’m not really sure what I want to achieve here, other than to share my life with you lot. I don’t know who’s reading, or if anyone is reading, or if this will actually get me anywhere but who knows, let’s just go with it. Continue reading