After immigration etc at LAX myself, TheBoss and Jill headed over to the Delta terminal for our flight down to San Diego.
What’s this then? An international flight that isn’t on Qantas? What’s going on?
This is a short post to give you a quick update of what has been happening ’round these parts.
Welcome to part 4 of the breakfast round up posts! This time we revisit some local breakfast haunts and make a quick trip into the city.
Ahhhhh dumplings, who doesn’t like these delightful delicacies?
(If you just put your hand up to say ‘Me, I don’t like dumplings’, don’t bother to read any further!) (I’m looking at you KB2!)
Hello readers, today I present for your foodie enjoyment a selection of delicious eateries, mostly based in the outer Eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
It is no secret that J and I are both rather fond of a good dumpling.
Taxi Dining room, sandwiched between the Transport Public Bar and the Transit Cocktail Lounge, has relaunched as Taxi Kitchen, a more casual eatery.
Singh’s Bala Da Dhaba is an Indian restaurant on Malvern road, between Burke and Tooronga roads.
Just a quick note to let you know that I off travelling again.
I heading to the US on Saturday to attend the MadWorld conference in San Diego. After the conference I am meeting J in Texas, where we will have a look around Austin and Houston, before we drive into Louisiana for stays in Lafayette and New Orleans. It is then onto (by plane) to Savannah, Georgia and then Charleston, South Carolina.
I know I won’t have time to blog while away, so the best way to keep up-to-date as to what I am eating, seeing and doing is to like the Hold the Peas Facebook page, or follow me on Twitter @holdthepeas.
I recently travelled to NSW for work. I had one night in Newcastle and then one night in North Ryde before flying home (exhausted) on the Friday evening.
So readers, can you tell me the last time you dined at Blue Train in Southbank?
The Fox Hotel sits on the corner of Alexandra parade and Wellington street and I must have driven past it so many times and never really registered its presence.
Saint Crispin is the patron saint of cobblers (people that make shoes, not the fruit pie kind) and Saint Crispin the restaurant is located in an old cobbler’s workshop. Got it?