Birthday parties on a balcony – in a beautiful city

By | September 29th, 2017|architecture, bars and restaurants, friends, holidays, light art|

My evening was a feast of the senses. First, a 180 degree view of Port Melbourne from a coast facing balcony on the fifth floor. Absolutely amazing :-) Beers, sparkling, espresso martinis (not for me though, I would be climbing the walls), cheese and nice conversation. Then another view out over the harbour, with lights [...]

Love Kills 2017 – Melbourne Fringe

By | September 23rd, 2017|bars and restaurants, theatre|

Love Kills 2017 was an interesting collection of pieces of theatre. It was performed in the basement of a great bar - Caz Reitop's Dirty Secrets and this added to the atmosphere. The short plays were a diverse collection of stories that took the audience from elation to interest to despair over the course of [...]

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Spring 2017 – highly appreciative

By | September 17th, 2017|bars and restaurants, Turtle, weather|

It is the most beautiful time of year. :-) The sun is coming out and the world is warming up, here in Australia. I am so happy to be amongst it. I was thinking about my age. It is nice. I want to suck every last drop out of life. It is so good. The [...]

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more new adventures – rich world

By | September 17th, 2017|bars and restaurants, daily life, friends, journal|

It is a beautiful sunshiney Sunday morning and I am feeling so incredibly lucky! Grateful for the fact that my Saturday night was a very adventurous meal in the most amazing vegan restaurant. We went for a stroll afterwards, and had a cup of chai. It was the perfect evening. None of that would have [...]

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Tenderness – Italian Film Festival

By | September 15th, 2017|bars and restaurants, cinema, light art|

The Como Cinema is a nice part of the world! I went there to see a screening of an Italian Film Festival film - Tenderness. It was lovely. Slow but emotionally interesting. It left a lot to the audience's interpretation, like good art I guess. There were so many unanswered questions, but I loved it. [...]

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