Taste of Tasmania Part 3

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Part 1 Here. Part 2 Here. Part 4 here. Cradle Mountain Driving from Stanley to Cradle Mountain you have to go nearly all the way back to Burnie and then cut in due south. The drive…

Bite Size Review: Pigs Fly

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Update March 2017!! Pigs Fly have moved to Novena Gardens where Nickeldime used to be. Smaller venue. Will review it soon!! Nickeldime has moved to the strip mall next door. “I want a food court…

Visiting Gardens By The Bay Singapore

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Unlike S.E.A. Aquarium I would highly recommend you buy your tickets online for Gardens by the Bay, print them out, and get them stamped at the turnstiles in to the two conservatories. Because they are…

Visiting S.E.A. Aquarium Singapore

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It’s always a good start when tourist attractions have tickets you can purchase online. Small alarm bells go off when said tickets aren’t actually tickets and you have to redeem them at the actual venue…

St. Patrick’s Day in Singapore 2016

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It’s that time of year again where everyone takes the time out to wish me a St. Patrick’s Day as if it’s a highly religious occasion and St. Patrick is my one and only ruling…

Bite Size Review: Da Paolo BistroBar

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Happened to book a table before the recent Bon Iver concert in to Da Paolo BistroBar in Rochester Park as it’s a short walk to Star Theatre in The Star Vista. Certainly not the cheapest…

Craft Singapore Beer Festival 2016

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“Work is the curse of the drinking classes.” ― Oscar Wilde Growing up in Ireland the induction in to enjoying a lifetime of the occasional tipple revolved around 2 litre bottles of cider in an overgrown…

Return to Hong Kong

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Hong Kong: land of my late twenties and early thirties and my welcome mat in to Asia. Three years were spent working and living in Hong Kong from 2008 until 2011 and the living was…

Rochor Centre – Death of a Salesman

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To visit Rochor Centre in early 2016 is to visit a mortally wounded kaleidoscope. The end is nigh for the buildings, tenants, and businesses and everyone knows it. It oozes inevitability and sadness. The four beautifully and…