• Travel – Blackmans Bay Beach
  • style, travel |    18 December, 2012  |    No Comments    |   
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  • xx,
    Drea

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  • Travel – Richmond Village & Old Craigow Farm
  • style, travel |    18 December, 2012  |    No Comments    |   
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  • Post no. 3 on my Tasmanian holiday! This time, we headed down to Richmond Village and Old Craigow Farm on Pittwater.
    Richmond is a pretty old village. It’s home to Australia’s oldest bridge (which you see below) and Australia’s oldest Roman Catholic Church. It sounds really fancy, but once you’re there you’re just like, “oh okay”. It was pretty disappointing because both the bridge and the church were really small. So if you’re in Tasmania, I don’t suggest you make the long trip to Richmond just to see well, a bridge and a church. The town is pretty small as well, so don’t expect to get much out of it!

    But do – actually I insist – you pay a visit to a vineyard or a fruit farm when you’re in Australia. Even though I’ve been to a couple of vineyards and farms during my holiday in Sydney, I made my mom bring me to a vineyard in Tasmania just so we can take amazing photos and enjoy the scenery. While having tea at Old Craigow farm, I couldn’t help but start fantasizing about my future garden wedding! Oh and if you are looking to taste the freshest fruit juice or indulge in some wine-cheese food tasting, Australia’s vineyards and farms are the places to go.

    In this post, I’m wearing a The Editor’s Market leather vest, Topshop tank top, Levi’s jeans, Hush Puppies shoes. Scarf is my mom’s.

    xx,
    Drea

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  • Travel – Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
  • style, travel |    16 December, 2012  |    No Comments    |   
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  • This is my second post on my Tasmanian Holiday! This time, I went to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
    Disclaimer: My mom told me to tell you guys the woman below is not her, she says she dresses way better. Sigh!
    Even though it’s summer, it’s FREEZING… for me at least! Hence I’m wearing a shawl and parka. Okay, it’s 18 degrees celcius, and it might seem like nothing to some of you, but my tolerance for cold weather is really low! And over here, the wind is really strong, like blow-your-hat-off strong, so I mean it when it’s really cold!
    I paired my Zara Parka with my MissyPixie dress, and Hush Puppies’ Heels. The hat and shawl belong to my mom.

    Check back for more posts on my Tasmanian adventure! (:

    xx,
    Drea

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