I haven’t been on these pages for a few weeks. It’s just been one of those seasons. PC meltdown, workplace meltdowns, family and relationship meltdowns, spiritual meltdown… Seasons come and go. We all go through them from time to time and often the most curious of things come along and put a little bit of … Continue reading La Cure Crepe & Coffee Shop
Vegetables were the first superfoods I was ever introduced to back in the 1970s while still a little tacker. Mother would always tell me to eat them; it didn't seem to matter what they were but there was always a promise that they would do wonders for me - the secret to a long life... … Continue reading Six Tanks Brewing Co.
In my mind 'theme pubs' seem to be a bit yesteryear. Not just 2017 yesteryear (which has just passed us by on this side of Earth), but more like the 'noughties time period. That was about the time when Darwin started experiencing the boom in themed pubs. Mainly Irish pubs they were; all decked out … Continue reading Fiddlers Green
On the Darwin Esplanade is one of the oldest remaining heritage buildings in the main city area. Dating from the 1920s, Lyons Cottage was built in connection with the phone line that once linked Australia to Great Britain. It is wonderful building constructed from local porcellanite stone in the architectural style of so many British … Continue reading Aboriginal Bush Traders – Lyon’s Cottage
Cafe 21 in the Smith Street Mall is one of those unassuming places that you could walk past every day and never feel tempted to walk inside. Like a small number of other places I have reviewed, it is what I would term as a 'thunderegg' cafe. Presumably, and unimaginably, named for its street address, … Continue reading Cafe 21 – The Mall
It is nice to find a cafe that is something out of the norm. Something a bit funky, and a bit quirky. A place where you pick up the menu and look for your old favourites, and they aren't there. You read through the menu a second time looking for the old favorites interpreted with … Continue reading Eva’s Cafe