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What I've been drinking ... Circe Blanc de Blancs 2010, Domaine Rostaing 2010

As a regular reader of The Drunken Cyclist I enjoy his weekly What we have been drinking posts, so this week I am going to take a stab at it and share with you two excellent wines we enjoyed this past week. 530 more words

Wine Tastings

Brave New World: Exploring Creative Nonfiction

Last year, one of the sessions I covered at University for my Masters program was Creative Nonfiction. For those not familiar with the term, Sondra Perl and Mimi Schwarz define it best in their book… 450 more words

exploring my backyard

The Mornington Peninsula will also be a special place to me – it is where I grew up. Where I ran through vineyards in the dark after birthday parties, fell off the back of ride-on lawn mowers and spent hours at the beach. 118 more words

Olympus

Bringing burgers to the 'burbs

The Morley Boys, as part of Three Wild Ducks, are bringing boutique burgers to the ‘burbs!

While a few years ago, the only places you would find a decent hamburger outside of the city would have been the local fish ‘n chip shop, a pub or a McDonalds, The Morley Boys have opened a chic burger bar in sleepy Mt Eliza on the Mornington Peninsula. 312 more words

Day 59.

After having such a beautiful day in Sorrento yesterday I decided to go again today on my own, this time I shopped in the beautiful boutiques (or window shopped rather) and ate pizza at the amazing Itali.co restaraunt which is right across the street from the beach and perfect for day like today when you want to sit outside in the sun with a freshly squeezed orange juice and a beautiful authentic Italian margarita buffala pizza. 119 more words

Tuesday's Bit and Bobs: Almost There

This week and next week could be quite busy, but if things go well, then the following week after Easter should be a lot easier.  I’m looking forward to not being so busy.   849 more words

Photography

New on 500px : Aurora Australis by MartinAu

Wednesday 18th of March, 2015. The second day of the freak geomagnetic storm that hit earth, I wasn’t sure if the Aurora would still be visible from the South Coast of Victoria (normally it is only seen from Tasmania) but to my excitement the faint colour started to show in the sky. 6 more words

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