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Enter the dragon – White Night Melbourne

By | February 18th, 2018|art, design, light art, technology|

I am at the Melbourne Museum and I got my cup of tea. It is very refreshing. White Night tuckers me out every time! It is something about the lights, the crowds, the walking. I am supposed to be meeting some friends, but I think I am done. And what a finale! I am sitting [...]

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Beautiful evening and lots of steps

By | January 5th, 2018|architecture, art, bars and restaurants, design, friends, holidays, parks and gardens, weather|

Oh Sydney, how I love you. You are so vibrant and lush and amazing. Breeze, boats and beaches. I know that I am in Sydney because I have walked 19,934 steps today. Hehe. I always walk more in the city, but I am pretty sure that is a record in one day! There are so [...]

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Circular Quay breeze – Sydney 2018

By | January 5th, 2018|art, bars and restaurants, holidays, parks and gardens, weather|

I just want to cry and cry. Premenstrual in my 40s on holidays. No fun. Sydney is a beautiful place. The breeze, the boats, the beach. It seems lusher and greener than Melbourne . Sweet frangipani scent. Nice to visit :-)

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the most beautiful girl in the world

By | November 20th, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, friends, light art, literature, weather|

It is such a beautiful evening for sharing friendship. :-) I am so happy tonight. It is Mistress Butterfly's birthday. We went to an interesting collection of writers who have recently had a residency at the Wheeler Centre. They were beautiful stories. Something that stood out for me was one writer saying 'I write to [...]

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gorgeous spring evening of art, wine and food

By | November 10th, 2017|art, friends, weather|

What a beautiful evening. On so many levels. It really is strange to put those two worlds side by side. Strange in a good way. The Linden Postcard Exhibition was absolutely stimulating and I found something different every time I looked at a particular wall. I am so happy to be becoming closer to Honey [...]

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Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead – Nov 2, 2017

By | November 3rd, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, cinema, comedy, friends, holidays, interesting people, music, school, technology, Turtle|

Apparently Day of the dead is a time to commemorate and remember our friends and family. It is a great opportunity to celebrate the people around us who are part of our journey on earth. I am totally feeling this today. I feel so grateful to be in this world, firstly. It is a huge [...]

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In Between Two – Melbourne Festival

By | October 11th, 2017|art, comedy, interesting people, music, theatre|

I saw Joelistics and James Mangonhig from TZU perform tonight. What a treat. We got tickets to ‘In Between Two’ showing as part of the Melbourne Festival. It was a rich tapestry of storytelling, music, comedy and visual delights. Such an amazing and uplifting history.

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Feast of the senses – city medicine for the soul

By | August 26th, 2017|art, bars and restaurants, daily life|

The nice thing about living in the city is that if my heart feels so broken on a Saturday morning, I can go out into the world and get so distracted. The city that I live in is such a feast of the senses. A walk in my neighbourhood to buy tea turned into an [...]

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