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Eat Street! Hamilton, Port side (Friday & Saturday 1pm-10pm)
First place we visited “Cronuts” (croissant & donut hybrid with chocolate drizzle) – 64 layers of pastries, yummmmmy
Messssy messsy messy~~~
Time for a sweet & sour sour strawberry mocktail – get some acid in the system to remove some of those lipids.
And juices + coconut
Off to Savouries
Didn’t end there –> Dessert Time! We visited Miss Julie’s dessert stall – free dessert if your name is Julie too.
Caramel Chocolate Banana Parfait
Later in the evening, with our food babies we just chilled at the grass area where there’s live music.
Labels: H&M animal & collar singlet / Nasty Gal black split maxi skirt / London Rebel sandals / H&M black and gold bag / Style Nanda black hate / Random black sunnies
Background: The acronym for ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps, whose soldiers fought at Gallipoli in the Ottoman Empire during World War I were known as Anzacs. ANZAC day, 25th April (day Anzacs landed in Gallipoli) every year, marks the anniversary of the first campaign that led to major casualties and honouring the members of ANZAC who fought.
On the 24th April, I attended the ANZAC Eve Concert presented by Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) and RSL (Queensland Branch), and supported by RACQ to honour current and ex-serving men and women, remembering those we have lost in past and present wars. Amazing first class performances by the QSO, Queensland Detatchment of the Royal Australian Navy Band, Brisbane Police Pipes and Drums, Queensland Choir and the legendary Australian soprano Lisa Gasteen along with The Armed Man, A Mass for Peace and Songs of Sanctuary by Karl Jenkins, Fauré’s Requiem and music by Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and more.