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Seasonal Vegan Food
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I’m sick and I will be taking a break from my blogging for a bit to have surgery and recover. I hope to be back in a few months.    

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the glass den 2 #vegan #reviews

After arriving home from Europe, I caught up for brunch at the Glass Den with my friend who had been housesitting while I was away. I chose the Glass Den because I love it and it caters to both vegans and non-vegans alike. The food is modern, delicious,…

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berlin - kopps for dinner #vegan #reviews

I’m now running behind terribly on my blogging of my trip. I’ve been back for two weeks, but in that time I headed to down to Hobart for 5 days for a series of workshops, to sing the Bach St Matthew Passion with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and Chorus…

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Junk food, momos and a turkish bath #vegan #reviews @quincesandkale

My holiday posts are a bit out of order, so here I am back in Berlin, at least on the blog page. In fact, I am at home, writing up my blog posts that were plagued by some terrible wifi and difficulty uploading photos while overseas. I was also busy doing…

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leipzig #vegan

I spent 5 days in Leipzig for the Bach festival, an annual event dedicated to the music of Bach. In that time I attended 5 major concerts, 3 church services, and 6 smaller concerts. Leipzig is a smallish, manageable town with a pretty historical centre…

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berlin - the lucky leek #vegan

On the second night I was in Berlin I dined at the Lucky Leek. I had booked before I left home to make sure I could go. I had high expectations and I wasn’t disappointed. The service is friendly and relaxed, I was treated well as a solo diner and given a…

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I ate brunch at Kopps on Saturday and Viasko on the Sunday while I was in Berlin for a week. Many people have sung the praises of both. I had to try them. Both are good. The range is possibly slightly less at Kopps, but who is complaining when we are…

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dresden (via cologne) and berlin

I made a short stopover in Dresden on my way from Brussels to Berlin. Really, Dresden contains my two most hated styles of architecture: hideous East German Workers Paradise grimness and the vastly different but also hideous overblown Baroque, so on paper…

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amsterdam to bruges by bike and onto brussels

One of the many highlights of this trip was an organised bike trip, riding from Amsterdam to Bruges with a small canal barge to sleep on at night. The cycling was great even though the weather was poor some of the time. The route is dead flat which made…

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I had the good fortune to find a relatively cheap(ish) business class fare from Melbourne to Amsterdam. After vacillating a lot, I decided to splurge and paid the price. I have never slept on a plane before but this time I slept beautifully, arriving…
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