The Burj Khalifa has to be one of the most well known buildings in the world. It currently stands as the tallest building in the world but the reality of this cannot be acknowledged or believed until you are standing in front of it.
I’m so glad that we are getting out a little more to explore our nearby cafes. Fitzroy is so close by and there are some awesome cafes around. I looked up Faraday’s Cafe some time ago and it seemed to slip further down my never ending list. Anyway, we made it and it is nestled amongst the typical styled terraced houses of Fitzroy.
A Thousand Blessings is a neat little cafe close to Citizen’s Park and as you would expect, it is busy with dog owners and lycra! The cafe prides itself on local and fresh produce and healthy options.
One of the first things I wanted to do in Dubai was to get away from the glitz and glamour of the city and experience a desert safari. The thought of driving out into the dunes and having some fun before an evening BBQ grabbed me! It is a perfect half day trip for a unique evening with locals exploring the local culture.
Dubai….what an experience! When flying from Australia to Europe, there is a high chance of a stopover in either Dubai or Abu Dhabi so why not get off thee plane and see it for yourself. The first thing I’ll say is about the climate. While it is lovely to leave Australia in winter, you need to be prepared for an unbearable heat in Dubai if you go in July/August.
Another Saturday, another breakfast date!
The upgrade to Rosanna train station makes it easy to get to Hunter Lane by public transport and I was very excited to have breakfast here after scrolling social media to see what I might see for breakfast.