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Revisiting Pemberton Mountain Bike Park

Posted in - MTB Parks & Southern forests & Travelling Me & western australia on December 22nd 2016 0 Comments Pemberton-Black-and-Blue-trail

Passing through Pemberton in the southern forests of Western Australia, we couldn’t resist visiting the Pemberton Mountain Bike Park again for a ride on the mountain bikes.

We begin with a warm up in the dirt jump section adjacent the car park. Earlier in the year I was a bit hesitant with the jumps but a …

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Camping and Cycling in Nannup

Posted in - Budget Travel Australia & Camping & Microadventure Perth & Mountain Bike/Cross Country & South West & Travelling Me & western australia & Wildlife & Wildflowers on September 25th 2016 2 Comments Camping-Nannup

With a few nights up our sleeve we travelled down to Nannup to mountain bike a few of the local trails before the long weekend. Nannup is located in Western Australia’s south west along Vasse Highway, in between Bridgetown and Margaret River. The Blackwood River and a few creek systems pass through the town making …

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Sensational coffee at Pickle & O, Nannup

Posted in - South West & western australia on September 24th 2016 0 Comments Pickle-and-O

Gearing up for a day of exploring the town of Nannup we stopped in at Pickle and O, a small fresh food focused cafe on the main street next to the tourist centre.

Around the town in spring there are some beautiful tulips in planter boxes along the street. We sat outside enjoyed a smooth long …

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Vans Cottesloe + Cycle around Perth’s Swan River

Posted in - Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Cycle Perth & Food and Drink Perth & Microadventure Perth & Perth Cafes & Perth, Australia on June 26th 2016 0 Comments Acai-Bowl-Vans-Cafe-Cottesloe

Vans Cottesloe opens when the sun is barely up and not even a mouse stirs on Napoleon Street. It’s a really peaceful part of the day and on our cycle around the Swan River today we detour for warm drinks and breakfast. Turns out this morning was the coldest one this year so far, and this …

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Degustation at Print Hall Dining Room

Posted in - Degustation & Food and Drink Perth & Perth, Australia on March 14th 2016 0 Comments Scarlet-prawn-crudo-Degustation

We’ve been all over the place since the start of this year, working on most public holidays, Valentine’s Day and more recently my birthday.  It’s been chaotic to say the least. Having heard via social media the closing of the Print Hall Dining Room, a place that’s been on the wish list for 18 months …

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Breakfast at The Shipping Lane, North Fremante

Posted in - Breakfast & Brunch & Coffee & Cycle Friendly Cafes & Dog Friendly & Perth Cafes on March 13th 2016 0 Comments Shipping-lane-baked-beans-breakfast

I feel a good majority of my posts on this blog mention the words– ‘today was a beautiful sunny warm day of clear blue skies.’ Anyone not living in Perth might find this difficult to believe. Aside from my fascination with the weather, Perth truly is the sunny state and today was much the same, …

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Just Dessert at The Standard

Posted in - Chocolate & Food and Drink Perth & Perth, Australia on March 12th 2016 0 Comments Chocolate-Ganache-The-Standard

Celebrating my birthday over the weekend we dropped past The Standard in Northbridge for some sneaky dessert.  The bar is located on the fringe of Northbridge along Roe street, a few blocks down from Chinatown where the likes of Billy Lees and Uncle Billys feed late night diners.

Our first visit to The Standard and the rear garden …

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CocoWhip at Nature’s Harvest

Posted in - Cake & Chocolate & Coffee & Icecream & Perth Cafes on January 21st 2016 0 Comments Coco-Whip

On the way to the beach one weekend we stopped by Nature’s Harvest for a coffee, and to try CocoWhip. Napoleon Street, situated across from Cottesloe train station has a few good spots for coffee and Nature’s Harvest would have to be one of them.

There are a couple of options on the menu for the coconut …

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