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Quick Bite: Gelato Messina

The night was still young and a lot of us Filipino ADEs were itching to check out the local night life. Some of us had walked down the street to check out Chapel Street, a street filled with bars and everything else between (I didn’t go). 533 more words

Travel

Montmorency coffee drinker considers changing her regular order to improve coffee cred

A Montmorency woman is giving serious consideration to changing her regular coffee order out of fear that genuine coffee aficionados look upon her as basic and vanilla. 180 more words

Dining

Sir Charles, Fitzroy

Sir Charles at a Glance

Service 3.5

Atmosphere 4.5

Coffee 4.5

Menu 4.5

Food 5

Overall 4.4 🥑🥑🥑🥑
Our second visit to this thoroughly modern large Johnstone St eatery, we were looking forward to some good food and coffee with even better company(with our two guest reviewers). 445 more words

Gelato Messina: Decadent gelato and cakes

Gelato Messina is probably the most famous ice cream parlour in Australia, known for high quality and delicious ice cream as well as their decadent weekly specials. 308 more words

Sydney

The Smallest Pieces

“All the pieces matter” Lester Freamon The Wire

This is just a small post with a small collection of photos about the smallest works of street art. 132 more words

Melbourne

Sonido

Sonido screams happiness. This small yet vibrant cafe features a colourful interior, with retro furniture, and traditional Colombian paraphernalia that includes a statue of Baby Jesus and Mother Mary. 195 more words

Melbourne Coffee

I even saw the lights of the Goodyear blimp.

Woke up to the kind of light that crackles in the cold. Crystalline skies and words that you can see come out of your mouth as they disappear into the world. 1,087 more words

The Upside