East West Buffet Seafood

It’s not often that we go for all-you-can-eat or buffet meals these days, especially with Little J around. It’s simply too ambitious to think that one could leisurely stroll up and down the buffet spread while thinking which items to try, and then sit down and eat at a leisurely pace, and repeat the process… 

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Chocolate Fix at San Churro

Ever since arriving in Sydney, I’ve always wanted to try churros, simply because I’m a fan of fried pastries and chocolate. Last weekend, while shopping in Chatswood, we spotted Chocolateria San Churro and decided that we should pop in for a snack. Churros are also known as Spanish doughnuts that are long and lean, with… 

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World’s Biggest Race: City2Surf Sydney

Dubbed as the largest timed running race in the world, City2Surf is a 14-km race in Sydney that has a course starting from the city centre and ending at the Bondi beach. Having only been in Sydney for a couple of months now, I was excited to find out about this ‘fun run’ that apparently… 

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Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

One of the famous landmarks and postcard pictures of Taipei is the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, I noticed. We didn’t originally plan to visit this place at first, judging from our tight schedule, but it so happened that the bus we’re on one day stopped at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall and we decided there and… 

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Biennale (Bi-eh-na-le) of Sydney

In Italian, Biennale means ‘Biennial’, or an event that occurs once every 2 years. But it is most commonly used within the art world to describe a contemporary art festival originating from Venice. Sydney has a similar art event too, known as the Biennale of Sydney, and this year marks the 18th installment of the… 

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Disappointed at The Forbes

Last weekend, we bought a Groupon deal promising a 3-course set meal with wine at The Forbes Hotel, Sydney, with the promise that the meal would look something like  this: Picture shown on Groupon website We made our reservation a week before with a waiter who seemed busy and rushed, but we didn’t mind since… 

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Afternoon Tea in Wedgwood Tearoom

After days and days of having Taiwanese street food, we decided to have a change of taste and went for a fancy afternoon tea session. It was rather impromptu really, since we had a free day of shopping and happened to be in Sogo. While window-shopping, we somehow ended up on the 9th floor, and… 

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