Ever found yourself wandering the streets of Sydney suddenly longing for cake or icecream or tart or just anything sweet? Then you find yourself rushing down the street peering into every single café looking for that delicious piece of sugar to calm yourself? Yes? No? Well what ever the answer, here’s my guide for your sweet tooth fix because whether you need it or not, everyone deserves a little bit of sweetness in their life.
Here’s one for your wishlist of things to see before you die – a fairy-tale style treehouse teahouse built for viewing cherry blossoms. Located in Hokuto, Japan, the treehouse comes alive in April and May when the surrounding cherry blossom trees bloom.
For the love of beer, it’s been far too long since a creative and crafty beer enthusiast opened up shop in Sydney! Enter Aaron Edwards, one of four co-owners of Bitter Phew, an upstairs Darlinghurst bar with a grungy, dimly lit stairwell entrance that opens up to some small-bar goodness above.
Sydney can become overwhelming very quickly when you’re caught up in the hustle and bustle of city life. The antidote? Get out of town for a simple weekend of relaxation and tranquility to refresh and reset. Bimbadgen Estate, 2.5 hours north-west of Sydney, is one of the best wineries in the country, if not for the wines, for the luxurious estate accommodation and enchanting Esca restaurant. Photographer and Figs & Brie blogger Lola Li takes us on a trip around the estate through the lens of her camera.