HelloFresh Review: Two Weeks of HelloFresh

HelloFresh is a service which will deliver ingredients to your doorstep for meals. The ingredients are just the right amount needed for recipes that come with easy to follow instructions. Using the recipes and ingredients, you can then prepare meals for yourself.

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HelloFresh Subscription

You subscribe to a box, which varies for the number of meals (three or five times a week) and number of people (two or four people). You can see the recipes for the weeks through the app or website and there are a small number of options which you can choose from. The boxes are delivered weekly, at a time range of your choosing (from a few options) but you can skip weeks by pausing weeks through the website or app.

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Favourite Dishes from Sarawak, Malaysia

I was born in the town of Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia and even though I have lived more than half my life away from my hometown, I still have many fond memories of the place. I still have many family and friends there visit pretty much at least once a year.

But one of the things I miss most is the some of the dishes that are unique to the state of Sarawak. Here are the top dishes I crave and how handle those carvings as an overseas Kuchingnite.

Sarawak Laksa

You are not a true Sarawakian if you do not love Sarawak Laksa and believe that Sarawak Laksa is the one and only true laksa. Many Sarawakians will argue for hours which kopitiam stall serve the best Sarawak Laksa, an unique rice vermicelli noodle soup dish with a spicy prawn based broth.

Sarawak Laksa

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Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne

Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne

The Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne is located in Chadstone Shopping Centre. The highlight for adults will definitely be the LEGO display of the City of Melbourne. Note that adults have to be accompanied by a child to be able to enter.

Other than the Melbourne City display, there are kids play areas, an interactive Minifigure building room, 4D cinema, a cafe and a couple of small rides for kids. Of course there is also a LEGO store (free to enter and no child needed).


All in all its a great day out for the kids. Tickets are AUD$32.50 per person per entry and AUD$75.00 for an annual pass. Buy your tickets here.

Gardens by the Bay, Singapore [Review]

Last November, while I was in Singapore for a cousin’s wedding, I visited the Gardens by the Bay. The following is how the official website describes the Gardens by the Bay.

A national garden and premier horticultural attraction for local and international visitors, Gardens by the Bay is a showpiece of horticulture and garden artistry that presents the plant kingdom in a whole new way, entertaining while educating visitors with plants seldom seen in this part of the world, ranging from species in cool, temperate climates to tropical forests and habitats.

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Best Australian LEGO Blogs

Here are some of the best Australian LEGO blogs. Subscribe to their feeds, add them to your readers or bookmark them!

Bricking Around

Bricking Around

Bricking Around is the best place for news and updates on LEGO sales and deals in Australia. Probably the most frequently updated blog in this list, never miss out of a LEGO deal again if you follow this blog. But its not just the deals, the blog also up to date with the latest news and has occasional reviews on LEGO sets.

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