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  1. Victoria (District Chocoholic)

    There is a Tasti d’lite down the street from my office, and I now want to stop there on my way home. Damn you.

  2. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    I must say, I really like your taste in clothes. You always gravitate towards such fun things! It is a very good friend indeed who gives you shiny red shoes.

  3. CheezyK

    I visited St Ali for the first time over the holidays, simply because our regular ‘inner city cafe’ was closed and St Ali was open – such a great discovery! We’ll be back for sure. That omelette is AMAZING! Mine however did not come with a side of guac, did Heidi order that separately? If so, she is a genius!! You’ve reminded me to check which of us it was that took the photo of the graffiti on the other side of the laneway too – someone at the table got an awesome shot of the Japenese inspired wall. (P.S. Mr Squiggle!!)

  4. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Heidi is fabulous-so lovely and gorgeous. Really quite like you in fact Missy! 😉 Glad to see that you’re ending with the heel click-most appropriate today too! 🙂

  5. Three-Cookies

    Getting kicked out is priceless, an unforgeable memory in a good way. I’ve been kicked out of bars and clubs and still remember some of them fondly, and vaguely!Not yet cafe, things to achieve before I die:)

  6. Mike

    Hmmm. Nice red shoes Hannah. Never mind about that sequin dress, I will be blinded when I see you in those shoes!

  7. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    two of the loveliest bloggers unite!! What fun!!!

  8. Leah

    Looks like a wonderful day! Two of my favourite, lovely and wonderful blogging girls together! How delicious 😀

  9. Cara Waters @ GOurmet Chick

    Great shoes and great day. I have only had coffee at St Ali but will have to remedy that as the breakfasts look great.

  10. Helen (grabyourfork)

    Mmm…. herbilicious indeed! It looks rather Vietnamese-inspired, which can only be a good thing. I still haven’t made it to St Ali but I must rectify this on my next trip to Melb!

  11. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Oh what a day! Your Melbourne trip is turning into a fairy tale, complete with magic shoes 😀 I’m so glad you had such a good time and that you got to meet Heidi in person.

  12. Sig

    So lovely!! And v.jealous of all these Melbourne adventures because I couldn’t get to meet up with you in the end 🙁

    However, I LOVE this post – meeting of the minds and souls 🙂 Yay bloggers! 🙂

  13. Lexi

    I totally would have made you buy that dress. Probably good you ran out of time.

  14. Margaret

    I really like how you wear a lot of dresses. I could do with more girly things – I’m always in pants or shorts. Occasionally skirts, never dresses. 🙂
    I am beginning to plan a Melbourne holiday with some friends; the planning part is so much fun.
    I’m pleased you had a protein rich meal. 🙂

  15. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    Wow, Heidi gave you shoes, she truly is as awesome as she seems on her blog.

    Heel click for sure!

  16. theresa

    Shiny red shoes! Love them!

  17. Louise

    What a fun day. I would have urged you to buy the dress too…. The shoes are very cute though, perfect for heel clicking. I love the look of the omelette, and am still waiting for our Melbourne worlds to intersect.

  18. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    Hannah!!! You’re so sweet 🙂 I had such a wonderful time with you. Thank you for my canberra chocolate goodness!! I haven’t cracked it open yet (what’s wrong with me??) but very much looking forward to it. We need to live in the same city already. So lucky the shoes fit! My mum is the op shop queen, I tell you, but her shoe finds so very rarely fit my crooked little weird foot haha. It’s always a true test isn’t it, the humour 😛 In fact, maybe I should go back for those shoes – remember the ones? super tall, space-like and just so classy? Oh & any time you need me to talk you out of shopping purchases in the name of saving for travel, I’m your girl 😉 Can’t guarantee I won’t bite your brother though… (totally didn’t mean that to sound creepy but I’m pretty sure it did).
    So much love, pretty lady. When can we meet again?
    Heidi xo

  19. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    If there were better heel clicking shows I certainly haven’t seen them!

  20. Catherine

    Snappy shoes and I would have caved in over the dress. The senior citizens often wear shades, no?

  21. Johanna GGG

    Red! Gorgeous colour for your shoes, less gorgeous in beef salad! Sounds like a great time with Heidi

  22. msihua

    How shoes and pretty girls! Thank god she talked out of that dress!! Eeeek!!

  23. Priyanka

    Stop tempting me with fro-yo pictures, h’ve had enough I am going for some tonight!!!

  24. Kath Lockett

    Love your smile AND those adorable shoes!

    …click ’em and head back to Melbourne whenever you wish 🙂

  25. Kiran @

    Love it when bloggers become real life friends 😀

  26. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    Aww, wonderful that you met Heidi in person! I’ve been reading her blog for quite a while now and enjoy it a lot. 🙂

    Also, I can’t believe you ordered that salad! 😀

  27. Eleanor@eatinglikeahorse

    I’ve long harboured an ambition to buy shiny red shoes but have yet to find THE pair – those look fab!
    I’m glad to hear this Heidi isn’t the type to bite your brother’s finger; that tends to put the mockers on a potential friendship 🙂
    My brother’s got a T-shirt with “my other body is a temple” on it, class!

  28. Jenny @ Ichigo Shortcake

    LOVE those red shoes, they’re so shiny and pwetty. 😀 she’s a pretty good friend to have there that’s for sure! Also love reading your Melbourne adventures. I just went to St Ali about a month ago for the first time and it was a lovely hang out spot. But dang, I really must visit Taste d Lite…100 flavours you say? That’s crazy good…I’d spend 20mins just deciding what to order 😛

  29. Winston

    Whoop-dee-doo! Glad to hear of another great day you spent in Melbourne. You should consider moving here altogether!! ;p Been to St Ali a coupla times but never ordered those 2 dishes, looks great! I think it’s gonna take a while for me to get those 2 dishes out of my head. THANKS, Hans ;p

  30. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    Wow! Seems like you had a great time in Melbourne 🙂 you’ve visited places I still haven’t had time to try out ~ You’ve gotta come back to Melb soon!!!

  31. Emma

    Your rabbit sounds like a sweet little cuddlykins. Not.

    Raw beef, yikeseedoodles! You’re braver than I, but that sure looks tasty. Especially the cilantro, err, coriander:)

  32. Ashley

    Wow, i’m exactly the same while shopping, can’t resist shiny things in windows… 🙂 What a lovely afternoon though, hope you do end up down here eventually, would love to join y’all on fro-yo adventures!

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