The chocolaterie visit

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There is too much to see in and around Melbourne. I am taking it slowly and ticking off one place at a time. The amazing part about visiting any place here is the number of times you would want to pull over before you reach your destination. One such visit was the Yarra Valley chocolate factory.

On our way we spotted several Kangaroos hopping together in fields, clear ponds reflecting the warming sun rays and horses galloping so perfectly that it almost seemed like a painting. So after a good amount of pull overs, we finally reached the factory. You enter the premise and first thing, you get to taste the chocolates for free! And it's seriously delicious. No I mean I have tasted chocolates of all kinds but there chocolate is even more satisfying that the forever loved Lindt. Tanzania, Madagascar, Venezuela, they've got it all from the chocolate capitals of the world.

The dress that I wore on this weekend trip is a tailor-made piece. Guys, next time instead of buying a dress, get it stitched. It is so exciting to wear a garment that's fabric, design, length and even fit is selected by you. And the great part is that nobody but only you own a piece like that. I know the quality of stitching matters but there's no harm taking a risk. Find out who can stitch it for you. If the fit goes wrong, try a different tailor but do give it a shot. It's way cheaper than the Zaras and the Mangos. I don't remember how many times strangers here have stopped me and asked about this dress here.