Monday, July 13, 2015

Melbourne: Day 15

Day 15 was my last full day and I feel like my holiday went out with a bang :) We borrowed Speck's car and did a little day trip to Brighton Beach where they have amazing and colourful painted beach houses. We also got to steal Wally for the day - told you he'd make a come back! Before all the fun beach action we did stop in at an incredible vegan bakery called Mister Nice Guys.


I got a mini red velvet cupcake - though hard to pick from their pretty cabinets!

Inside the shop was so pretty and quirky!

Remember the show Dinosaurs?


I purchased a BLT bagel which I gave an 8/10 and I also got a Vegemite scroll for the road (which you'll see later) rating in at 7.8/10. Emaya bought a sausage roll for the ride and that got an amazing 10/10. I make my own version at home which I'm proud of but I must admit these were even better!










When we got to the beach I was giddy like a school girl at all the coloured beach boxes. I also took way too many photos, so yup this post is HUGE!



































Nice peeps thank you for taking our picture for us :)

The cheezymite scroll!

And the award winning (in my eyes) sausage roll!








Those two above photos are a hint as to the blog posts to come :)

At night we went out to Lord of the Fries, which is a vegetarian burger joint with lots of vegan options.

The nuggets and chips were out of the world


And this Big Mark was my last meal in Melbourne :) 
Miss you food!!!!!

That almost wraps up my Melbourne blogging, I do have two sneaky last posts, which I'll post in the next few days!

16 comments:

  1. wow, fantastic. you are really giving me the travel bug here :)

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    1. I think I've given it back to myself as well!

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  2. Your photos are so dreamy! I could get lost in them forever.

    Hiro is off to Australia for work soon. I wish we could go with him. Then I would have more of a chance of stalking you and bugging you about your amazing collections. I am creepy like that. Perhaps it is a good think that I cannot go?

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    1. lol lol lol - Your whole family will have to visit one day for sure though! It's a really nice place (though I may be a little biased!)

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  3. Space Invader beach hut! And Melbourne seems like a vegan paradise. I'd be hard pressed to find that many options around Montreal.

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    1. It was so flippin' awesome to have that many options! Now I'm back home though, I'm back into my normal cooking routine and being creative when I eat out which can be fun too :) Though I would never knock back abundant options!

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  4. Oh my goodness the beach huts are amazing! You're both looking super cute in these pics too :)

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    1. Thanks Heddie! How awesome are the huts *gasp*

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  5. those beach boxes are fantastic! i would've gone crazy as well! so so cute! and colorful :)

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    1. It was hard not to photograph them all!

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  6. awesome beach huts! i looooove the ones with you and wally in front of the red striped door, especially that first one.

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  7. What a wonderful place!!! So photogenic! You ladies look amazing next to them, rainbow Emaya and Steve Sizou Fee! So many favorite pics, I love the one with the people in the beach & all the pics with the houses (can't choose, ha!). Oh! And Luna Park, another gem! How fun the Dinosaurs show plate, I definitely used to watch it every day with my meals as a kiddo!

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    1. Your comments always make me smile :) The show was awesome, or creepy, I can't really remember except - "not the Momma!" he he he he

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