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Hash Specialty Coffee/ Mook Ji Bar (Melbourne) 🇦🇺

19 October, Monday

Our last day in Australia before flying off to New Zealand at night!

Left St Kilda’s early in the morning and headed to town to kill time before meeting Ann for a final meal. But first, lunch!

Early morning randomness.

Hash Specialty Coffee & Roaster 

Decisions, decisions. (Photo: XM)
Lunch with Mona! We both met in June ’15 in Luang Prabang, Laos. Crazy how our travel paths crossed again! (Photo: XM)
The cafe was well known for their Hash Hot Chocolate – dark chocolate brewed with perfection served with fairy floss. Cheap thrill to melt the floss with the hot chocolate!

Shared our travel stories and Mona was so nice to give us her New Zealand North Island itinerary. We hadn’t planned for New Zealand AT ALL so it really helped a lot! At least we had a rough idea of the places we’d cover.

Mook Ji Bar

Ann strikes again with her recommendations. She brought us to Mook Ji Bar which is a hit for their chicken! We were lucky we were there slightly before 6pm, before the crazy dinner crowd came.

Behold! The mighty Fried Chicken with Spicy Sauce. Spiciness level – little; we didn’t want to get ourselves in trouble on the flight.
I love how the Japchae wasn’t too oily. I’ve eaten it at other places and didn’t enjoy it but I really loved Mook Ji Bar’s version. (Photo: Ann)

Ann was so sweet to let us put our huge backpacks at her place so we wouldn’t need to lug it around town. Went back to her place and quickly packed our stuff up to leave for the airport.

Scrambling to catch the bus; what a rushed goodbye! (Photo: Ann)

So that concludes it. We spent a good 34 days in Australia and it’s been great fun exploring the other states.

Next up: Roadtrippin’ in New Zealand!!!

Read more about my past 9 days in Melbourne:

Till then!



2 responses to “Hash Specialty Coffee/ Mook Ji Bar (Melbourne) 🇦🇺”

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