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Thursday, 28 March 2013
Trippy Taco and Melbourne Street Art
last year was an Asada Tofu Buritto. According to the website it is spicy tofu, mozzerella, goats cheese, salad, avocado, salsa, all wrapped in a tortilla. It was ok but I wasn't keen on the tofu, which predominated, and everything else seemed to just moosh together. Perhaps I don't understand burritos. I suspect I would enjoy the black bean one more. On this visit Sylvia had tortilla with cheese on it. I was pleased that the staff were willing to accommodate her tastes.
Finding the Radio Book blog which has lots of pictures of ghost signs (ie old fading signs on buildings)
Wikipedia, Melbourne is "home to one of the world's most active and diverse street art cultures and is home to pioneers in the stencil medium." There is even an entry on Melbourne street art. It lists inner north suburbs as many of the places to see street art.. The above art is on Albert Street near the Brunswick train station.
Playing Beattie Bow.
Pigs and Bishops for letting me know this tree is a tribute to Jill Meagher.
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