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Comfort Food: Menudo

Short blog. I’ve been lately busy with work. Tiring? Yes. Satisfying? Oddly, yes. Weird hey? Guess it shows no matter how difficult work is but you love what you’re doing, then everything will be okay. 49 more words

Food

The Day We Met Our Favourite Celebrities : A Trip to Sydney's Madame Tussauds

In 1760 over in Strasbourg, France, Marie Grosholtz was born to a housekeeper. Growing up in the home of Dr. Philippe Curtius in Bern, Switzerland, Marie became skilled at sculpturing wax under the physicians guidance. 436 more words

Fun Adventures

This could be dangerous

I usually weave in a quintessential Haigh’s visit every time I’m in Sydney or Melbourne because it is novelty to us Canberrans (like how Krispy Kremes were back in its heyday) but now things could start to get dangerous as I received this email today. 49 more words

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Wellington's Abandoned Chapel

It has been a long time since urbexcentral visited this beauty, a famous abandoned icon of our city.
While the rest of the buildings fall further into despair the chapel remains mainly untouched, preserved and safe from graffiti for now – let’s hope it stays that way. 21 more words

Urbex

Another "silog" :)

Weekend flew fast. Thankfully, I was able to do personal errands in a short span of days. Wish it was a long weekend! Just saying. … 137 more words

Food

Of Lilies and Lost girls

There are days where your feet lead you to places unexplored, where a moment is so beautiful, it is captivating.
This was one of those. A random stroll and I found myself here. 60 more words

Blooms

Middle Head Fortifications : Exploring the Gun Battery & Fort Remnants on Foot

After a fun trip to Bare Island earlier this year we decided to do a little research about fortifications in and around Sydney and were surprised to find how many there are! 289 more words

Fun Adventures