...... How I Have Fallen in Love with Brisbane - Frog in Well
The whole world and her husband seems to dream about visiting Australia. I’m sick and tired of dream, so I chose to make it a reality and visit the absolutely beautiful city of Brisbane. I have travelled to a fair few destinations in my short life, but few can rival the beauty of this remarkable city.
When you think of Australia, a lot of images will spring to mind: kangaroos, the Sydney Opera House, alligators and Kylie Minogue. What people fail to tell you about is the food – which is incredible. Seriously. I have never enjoyed food more – and that’s not because I filled myself up on plenty of Goon (which is basically a cask wine that will blow your head off).
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One of my favourite places in the city had to be South Side Diner, which offered one of the best burgers I’ve had in a very long time. Honestly, they offer some mouth-watering meat patties that will have you grinning from ear-to-ear once complete.  I recommend a visit to anyone who is headed to the city.
You will never be short of fun things to do in Brisbane. I did plan on going into a rugby game, but time ran away with me and it’s an experience I hope to enjoy one day in the future. One of my favourite areas has to be Adelaide Street, because there are so many stylish stores and restaurants – I wish I had the money to spend in them all. I’m a bit of a fashion fan, and most definitely a big foodie, so I could spend my life here and I’d die a very happy man.
I’m not ashamed to say I enjoyed my fair share of drinks in Brisbane – and my favourite spot had to be Alchemy Restaurant & Bar. Not only did offer a laidback atmosphere, but it was an idyllic place to view the Brisbane River with a glass in hand, surrounded by good friends. Moments don’t get much better than this, really.
Australia has well and truly grabbed a hold of my heart and won’t let go. Despite the fact I plan to travel the world, I feel as though I’ve left a little piece of me back in Oz and I long to return. You never know, I may one day call this country my home.