Japanese-Style Breakfast

Thetraveljunkie.org – This dish might not be to everyone’s taste on a morning, and it’s also a breakfast with many components—rice, grilled fish or chicken, miso soup, tofu with soy, soba noodles, and a Japanese-style omelette—and some relatively obscure ingredients. Having said that, this is as clean, wholesome and nutritious as breakfast gets, so if anything is going to make you feel better it may well be this.

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NGV TRIENNIAL 2020: A Gallery-Wide Exhibition of 100 Artists And Designers From More Than 30 Countries

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today is the perfect day to share a video where we visited our favourite gallery in Australia, National Gallery Victoria to see the NGV Triennial 2020, a large-scale exhibition of international contemporary art, design and architecture that explores some of the most globally relevant and pressing issues of our time, including isolation, representation and speculation on the future. Featuring 86 projects by more than 100 artists, designers and collectives from more than 30 countries, the NGV Triennial opens at NGV International on Saturday 19 December 2020, presenting the first opportunity for audiences to visit the reopened gallery.

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Rediscover Bushrangers Bay

Thetraveljunkie.org – If there is one thing we have learned in recent years, it is that traveling far away serves to value what is close to us. A week ago we made a very special trip around Cape Schanck and do you know what conclusion we came to? That it’s time to rediscover our environment, to connect with what we are and to enjoy all that the little big jewels that we have so close to us have to offer, Bushrangers Bay on Mornington Peninsula.

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Swedish Cinnamon Buns (Kanelbullar)

Thetraveljunkie.org – Kanelbullar or cinnamon buns are a classic at Swedish coffee parties. In Sweden you can buy them everywhere from cafe’s to supermarkets and even petrol stations. It’s a sweet bread dough rolled up with a swirl of sweet buttery cinnamon throughout. The Swedes sprinkle these with pearl sugar which doesn’t melt at high temperatures and creates those wonderfully distinctive white dots on top of the buns. They really are Swedelicious!

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Shaded In Australia With Pyramid Shades

Thetraveljunkie.org – With Melburnians still locked in our 5km bubble we are constantly on the lookout for ways to make our 2 hour recreation and exercise outings fun. So we were super excited to try out our new Pyramid Shade down at the Sorrento foreshore on Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. So what did we love about our Pyramid Shade experience?

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Afternoon Stroll Along Millionaire’s Walk In Sorrento, Australia

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to Millionaire’s Walk in Sorrento, Australia. We went there in the afternoon, around 5.30pm. This stunning cliff top walk has historic significance as it was the first time the Union Jack was used to claim possession of Australia. An undulating track on well-maintained, mostly natural surfaces, Millionaires Walk is a fairly easy stroll, suitable for all-ages and popular with local seniors’ walking groups.

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Smell Spring Flowers Around Blairgowrie

Thetraveljunkie.org – In Australia, spring officially starts on the first of September. The first rays of spring sunshine have peeked through Melbourne’s winter clouds. The days are getting warmer, the flowers are blooming, and our mood is getting more colourful each day. It’s the time of year when everything in nature is changing and promising new life and new hope. Today, we bring you to exercise and be rewarded with a crescendo of bird song, stop and smell spring flowers around Blairgowrie on Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.

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