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  • HOBART HIGHLIGHTS

    A trip to Tassie is not complete without visiting its capital, Hobart! Here are some of the highlights. 1. Mount Wellington We attempted to visit Mount Wellington for sunrise but guess what, that did not happen. Sunrises and winter are… Read More ›

  • Couples Therapy 06. Getting Rid of Bugs

    Life Boss says: I have started to notice a pattern. Based on my not-so-extensive research, it seems that men are more scared of bugs than women are. There has been a few occasions where I have witnessed squealing followed by… Read More ›

  • Couples Therapy 05. Watching Sports

    Life Boss says: Can you help me understand why some people are obsessed with watching sports to the point where the world stops and everything is put on hold for the 2+ hours when the game is on? I understand… Read More ›

  • A DAY IN FREYCINET

    Freycinet National Park was a “must-do” for us on our trip. I have visited the park a few years before and have fond memories of the place so I was eager to go again. The 3 hour drive from Hobart to Freycinet… Read More ›

  • OF PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE

    Whilst in Sydney, I managed to try a new café for brunch – Paramount Coffee Project. I was extremely excited as I have been deprived of good coffee and good quality brunch fare in Hong Kong. First order of business – coffee! I… Read More ›

  • I LEFT MY HEART IN A LEMON CURD DONUT

    We got up early on Sunday morning to have breakfast at Farm Gate Market. This is a farmers’ market held in the centre of Hobart every Sunday with local fresh produce and food. Being deprived of fresh, quality and affordable… Read More ›

  • SNAIL SOUP ANYONE?

    I absolutely adore Vietnamese food and my home town, Sydney, has some of the best outside of Vietnam. After a sleepless red eye flight back home, my first stop was to find some hot soupy noodles to soothe the tiredness…. Read More ›