10D9N Melbourne Day 9 : Churros, Spanish Donuts, Queen Victoria Market, Bratwurst, Direct Factory Outlet, DFO, Crowne Melbourne, Burger Edge, The Okker, Luggage Scale, Bak Kut Teh

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09.28 am – Woke up the 9th day of our 10 day trip. =(

09.41 am – Arrived in Queen Victoria Market to do our souvenir shopping.

Spent an entire hour walking around the entire place.

10.39 am – This time, it’s Churros! I’ve just checked out the recipe online and it doesn’t seem hard to do.

My turn!

The senor.

Spanish donuts.

Long, doughy and sprinkled with sugar icing.

Went to the food court again.

Stopped by Cafe Ren and

bought myself a cappuccino.

Decided on a bratwurst for breakfast.

Rows after rows of sausages.

Awesome sauces.

Ladies and gentlemen, bratwurst.

Sat outside in the cold, cold morning just like any normal Australian would do.

Our last breakfast outdoors. =(

01.07 pm – Etihad stadium behind us.

Docklands.

The walkway divided into two. One for pedestrians and another for cyclists.

The super HUGE Melbourne Exhibition Center.

By the shipyard.

I present to you, the river!

Arrived at South Wharf’s DFO.

Direct Factory Outlet is a place where you could get awesomely priced discounted clothes from branded stores like

Adidas,

Nike,

Converse,

Brooks,

Lorna Jane,

Cotton On (this was where V bought a $2 top and $5 shoes. Siao!),

Dotti,

Wittner,

Portmans,

FCUK,

Nine West,

Burberry (I’m getting my trenchcoat one day),

Armani and many more.

Realized that there was an open wound due to the friction of my watch’s crown.

03.45 pm – Continued walking towards Crown.

Crowne Plaza.

03.48 pm Ta da! Shawn Chin‘s favourite spot.

Stopped by Burger Edge in Crowne.

I only want the highly recommended ‘Okker’.

The oatmeal filled bun looked most healthy.

Ladies and gentlemen, the Okker.

06.13 pm – Started packing for the travel back to Malaysia.

=( Chris ♥ Melbourne (in winter).

This tiny portable hand held luggage is the best souvenier ever.

06.53 pm – Started preparing for dinner.

Cooked rice.

Bak kut teh in Melbourrne.

Masterchef Adrian Lim cooks bak kut teh for you.

Getting ready to dig in.

~yum~

Thanks Adrian for the bak kut teh!

11.07 pm – We had to get ourselves

a milk product to help drown the bak kut teh breath.

And off we went to Kittens for our first ever experience. 😈

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