Friday, 3 April 2015

Last in Brisbane, First of Tasmania


For the last day in Brisbane, we decided to do a little bit of shopping around Queens Street Mall. But first! Lunch was needed. We wanted to try the restaurant called "Jimmy's On The Mall" but sadly because of the rain and the kitchen's not open for the downstairs seating area when we arrived, we decided to head down the road for some good old pub food. Can't really go wrong with that right? 


Table full of food to share and when in Australia, seafood is definitely not miss out at all. Ended up having a carrot cake to share downed with a good cuppa coffee too! 


Peter Alexander. How could I not? 
Mi Madre and Padre 






If you're a tea lover, I do quite like this "Dream Melissa" by Rich Mont. Thought it's definitely more citrusy then taste of melissa or cinnamon on the palette. 


Flying off to Tasmania ! 


Cinnamon toast is everywhere just as avocados too! With my must have Soy Chai Latte to go with it. 


It was already late in the afternoon when we arrived to Tasmania and lunch was much needed! We stayed at the hotel just across the street called the Grand Chancellor in Hobart. I'm not going to lie but my first impressions to the hotel was very grand indeed but not with the staff. Not to mention, I felt very discriminated the most during this stay and it was the worst out of all of the three cities we visited. We enjoyed ourselves nevertheless for the rest of the trip.  




We managed to come back to Mures for ice cream for the past couple of days too! Their gelatos are so creamy and delicious. Not to mention, the hot weather outside definitely made me want an ice cream even more. 


Chowder


Chai and Mint Chocolate Chip Flavor 

Found myself missing England at this very moment




Because we had a late dinner and didn't do much during the afternoon apart from walking about to have a look around the area. I managed to catch a few spectacular shots around the harbor. And as for dinner, we were suggested to come to the Drunken Admiral for some seafood! 

With Mi Madre and Padre
OOTD on me:
Cotton On Top | HM Skirt | Marc by Marc Jacobs Cardigan | American Vintage Backpack 



Our waiter reminded me of Captain from Tin Tin




Leaving Jack Sparrow behind 

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