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Albert Park is a bit away from our usual eating haunts, but friends thought we should try Mediterraneo.  We weren’t disappointed:    the menu had a lot of variety and it was hard to choose between the offerings. 144 more words

Around Melbourne


Yes, you’re supposed to get to Kuranda by train and return by cable car (or vice versa), but we took the more economical  option, and drove.   56 more words


The Surf Club

We’ve eaten out every night (and for quite a few lunches, too), so the meal we had at the Palm Cove Surf Club on Sunday night wasn’t exactly the most stylish of meals that we’ve had since we’ve been away.   48 more words


Yorkeys Knob

We headed down to the Boat Cub at Yorkeys Knob for a nice lunch on the deck, and followed up with a walk along the beach at Trinity Beach (which is where the Allies conducted amphibious landing training during World War 2 ) 16 more words


Eating in Port Douglas

One of the joys of Port Douglas is the range of places to eat.  True, there aren’t quite as many this year as there were last year, as at least two restaurants that seemed to be quite busy when we were here last year have gone to be replaced by vacant spaces and “For Lease” signs.  234 more words


Coffee drinkers

Do coffee drinkers really live longer (there have been some recent reports along these lines)?

However, it seems that although the study makes a good headline, it’s pretty hard to be definitive as there are obviously lots of other factors that could potentially be involved. 41 more words

Around Melbourne


After checking out from our accommodation, we spent a bit of time around Mornington.   We then decided to head for a winery for lunch.  Our first choice was closed (notwithstanding that the map I’d got from the information centre said it would be open)!   200 more words

Dining And Restaurants