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Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Places to see in Melbourne Central

What to wear in Melbourne
Royal Arcade
On the last week of August I went to Melbourne and had the most of my 3 days visiting the popular spots, indulging in the best cafes and getting lost in the little painted alley ways. Going to a new place and trying new food is made easy these days with the help of Google maps and Trip Advisor/Zomato reviews. While you can be self-reliant because of these technologies, nothing beats when you have a friend who is a local to the city to show you around. Just makes life so much easier and the time ultra maximised.

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Wednesday, 21 September 2016

Dresses from Zaful

Zaful Maxi dressSpring is finally here and what better way to celebrate than staying outside and enjoying the warmer air. Along with that, wearing lighter clothes is the most awaited thing to do.

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Thursday, 15 September 2016

Sydney Tall Ship Cruise

Sydney Harbour BridgeThis would have been a perfect day if only it was sunny. Such a clichĂ© but I decided not to dampen my mood with anything especially with factors not under my control. To be honest, I didn't really notice that Mr. Sun was not out that day all I had in my mind was to enjoy this tall ship cruise with my friends no matter what.
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Saturday, 10 September 2016

Off Shoulder Top at The Grounds

This is one of the places in Sydney that I've been longing to see. It's known to have the best coffee, in fact, it's become an urban sanctuary and institution for cafĂ© scene. The place was an industrial estate with a mill transformed into a bustling cafes, cubby houses and flower shop with carnival lights, hanging planters, organic produce and happy animals.

The Grounds of Alexandria
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Monday, 5 September 2016

Fur Vest in Blue Mountains

These are the Three Sisters, a famous rock formation in the Blue Mountains which are roughly 2 hours drive from Sydney. Their names are  Meehni, Wimlah and Gunnedoo and they are visited by millions of people per year. Which explains how hard it was to get a solo picture with a clearing of 2 metres in my side. I had chances for less than 10 seconds only to be nudged again by somebody who's eager to have a photo with them in the background. I can't even get my 'not so obvious' candid shots or dramatic poses without being pressured that somebody would take my place. The fail safe pose would just be to smile.

Three sisters

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