P-chan’s little nature walk

10th October 2019

Dear Chibi,

Yesterday we popped P-chan into a carrier and did some exploring in the native gardens. It was a neat little trail, and they even supplied insect repellent which is always appreciated (and probably necessary XD).

Our little bub is always so calm and chilled X3

Can’t wait to take him on more outdoor adventures ^.^

My 30th Birthday Glamping

23rd May 2017

Dear Chibi,

I’ve officially reached the big 3-0! Also, a big happy birthday to my twinbee Kaz :)

My 30th Birthday Glamping

My 30th Birthday Glamping

My 30th Birthday Glamping

I had the most amazing & memorable birthday, and although it’s a little sad to say goodbye to my 20s, I’m thankful for everything that’s happened in my life. Thank you Hubbiana for spoiling me silly and making me feel extra special <3

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A week in Tassie Part 3 (Final): Launceston

28th November 2015

A week in Tasmania Part 1: Hobart
A week in Tassie Part 2: Coles Bay & Freycinet

Dear Chibi,

It was time for our final stretch to Launceston (and final blog entry for this trip)!

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The drive was another 2 hours. We made a brief stop at Campbell Town which was in the middle of Launceston & Freycinet (And because Hubby was so obsessed with the name Campbell Town ;D)

Campbell Town

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A week in Tassie Part 2: Coles Bay & Freycinet

26th November 2015

A week in Tasmania Part 1: Hobart

Dear Chibi,

We started the day with some breakfast at Jackman & McRoss before leaving for the east coast.

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Freshly brewed chai milk tea with honey

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Scallop and Seaweed Pie ~ very interesting taste!

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Bacon and scrambled eggs focaccia

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..And with that, it was time to say good bye to Hobart :)

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A week in Tasmania Part 1: Hobart

25th November 2015

Dear Chibi,

For our one year wedding anniversary, Hubby and I flew down to Tasmania where we spent 7 days exploring this beautiful little island, making our way up from Hobart to Launceston!

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Maccas for breakfast @Sydney Airport. I would like 3 sugars with that please!

The flight was quick and painless, in a mere 1.5 hour we had arrived in Hobart (I beat the first level of Super Hexagon, woo~ go me!) We picked up our rental car and got a free upgrade for it ~ yay, lucky us :D

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Unfortunately it was raining on the first day so we didn’t do too much. We explored the CBD and checked-in to our hotel at Bay View Villas, where we stayed for 2 nights.

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Lunch @Sakura Sushi (but I decided to go for good old Chinese Soy Chicken Noodles XP)

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We found the prices of food here to be generally quite expensive. On average a simple meal would cost you $25 a person excluding a drink. But hey, Tassie is kind of a touristy place and we are in Australia so we just came to accept it as the norm 8D

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At around 8pm, the sun was still shining outside. Hubby and I started to look for a place for dinner and were quite surprised a lot of the restaurants were already closing! Dai pinchie XD! 

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