I found Vegan Yum Cha and it didn’t disappoint 

Vegan Yum Cha. When you first hear it something doesn't sound quite right. Doesn't Yum Cha involve selections of pork buns, prawn/pork dumplings, beef entrails, spiced meat balls, chicken wrapped in lotus leaf (the meat-involved list goes on)? The Green Gourmet offers a totally plant-based Yum Cha menu. From fake-Beijing-duck wraps and chia seed 'prawn'... Continue Reading →

What I Eat in a Day (II) | Cafe Review

Helloooo I'm back with another what I ate in a typical day. Here my diet is completely omnivorous with no funky veganism/vegetarianism or health restrictions - but stay tuned for my post when I try going vegan for a week (could be wonderful or a disaster I guess we'll see). I started the day off... Continue Reading →

Escaping to Byron Bay on a Whim

For months now my best friend and I have been playing with the idea of doing a sporadic trip away to experience something different from Sydney for a couple of days. So, about a month ago (on a whim) we just thought FUCK it and booked tickets to Byron Bay. Byron Bay is a coastal town... Continue Reading →

The Cafe that Has it All | Wild Sage

Wild Sage, Cammeray is a bustling brekkie, lunch AND dinner destination that you won't want to miss. The menu has such a wild range of food options that even the fussiest eaters could find something to appease them. So bring along your pickiest friends, but if that hasn't got you convinced their relatively - remember... Continue Reading →

My Favourite Afternoon Treat

Everybody has those days that they need a little pick-me-up or me-time. When I have down-days I like to take myself to a Frozen Yogurt bar and treat myself to a Frozen yogurt with an array of toppings. Sydney has a number of Frozen yogurt places, but easily my favourite is Yogurccinno because it has such... Continue Reading →

The Best View in Sydney

I love Sydney because it merges a beach culture and the city together to create a stunning waterside city. What I believe is the best view of Sydney is this look out point in Kirribilli, which affords an incredible view of the cities skyline, dotted with the cities icons (Harbour Bridge and Opera House). This... Continue Reading →

Four months of Freedom

Uni is finally over and I have a break for four months. I'm so excited to just relax and explore Sydney and finally do the Asia travel I've been anticipating for months. Since I finished last Wednesday I have packed in seeing as many people as I can and doing as much exciting stuff as... Continue Reading →

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