Whirlwind Melbourne Weekend

We may not have Thanksgiving, We may not have Presidents Day but Hallelujah, we have an Easter long weekend!

12.5- The number of hours spent in total pre flight, in flight, post flight.

5- The number of hours spent waiting for or on public transport in the timespan of 4 days (damn Holiday timetabling and traffic!)

5- Out of 7 meals eaten out of containers or in a restaurant

0- My current balance after buying a few work necessities and paying for said transport and meals out Priceless- A temporary cure for homesickness. That, my friends, makes it all Marvelous.

Well, for a Whirlwind Melbourne Weekend!

 
Marvelous is- Surprising my mum! I mentioned a week ago how this was my intention and My awesome mate Bec (see below) was kind enough to pick me up from the airport so I could follow through with it. Can we say success?

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Marvelous is- Realising just how quickly a city can change. In a mere three months of not being here, so much has changed. This shopping complex was half finished and now….thriving.

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Marvelous is- Catching up with two of my favourite people. Andria and Bec, two of my oldest friends were the rare few still in town over the holiday period. Although I didn’t get to spend nearly as much time with each of them, just seeing them briefly was enough to make it all worth it.

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Marvelous is- Food made with love. Yes, friends. Mum made me saffron chicken and damn it was good. As are the two containers of leftovers I brought with me to Sydney. Not just that….I MAY have ninja’d the recipe from her.

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Marvelous is- Chocolate not in egg form…and on sale during the Easter period. This should last me a solid week- as long as work isn’t hectic. If that’s the case, let’s give it 3 days. I can already envision them mixed into waffles. Well, these waffles.

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Marvelous is- Having some consistent female content on here- After some feedback and requests, my sister whom has been featured on occasion, will be making a guest appearance on a more regular basis. Details to come!

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This is the final instalment of the themed ‘Spill it, Sundays’- As of next Monday, a guest blogger will be putting forth a set of Questions for a fun, survey like post!

Before we go on a themed break, I thought we’d end on a foodie bang with everyone’s favourite meal of the day- BREAKFAST.

1. What is your classic go to breakfast of choice?

2. Favourite sweet style breakfast?

3. Favourite savoury style breakfast?

4. Share a breakfast recipe you are a fan of- It can be your own or another bloggers!

5. Strangest breakfast you’ve ever eaten?

6. Do you have a typical breakfast routine?

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Did you receive any Easter chocolate?

When you visit your hometown, do you catch up with old friends? 

What was a highlight of your weekend?

When is your next public Holiday?

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