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 [...]
It is a public holiday in Melbourne tomorrow. We have a whole day off a year for the fact that they are playing the Grand Final in AFL this weekend, hehe. The extent of my knowledge of this year's Grand Final is the fact that Maximilien's team - Geelong Cats, lost last week to the [...]
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 [...]
It never gets old. Exploring and finding new experiences in this beautiful city. There is such a lively buzz in the air and on this end of Smith Street the tables spill out on the footpath.
Lush birthday present. Campari House was lovely tonight! Bubbly and warm. Then we went to see Jude Perl. She is always amazing. A lovely spring evening. It is the equinox today!
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 [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]