Fall To-Do List

Fall To-Do List

Fall is in full swing and it’s time to get this party started! Here is a fall to-do list of activities for you to try. Let’s see if you can do them all!

___ Apple picking

___ Drink apple cider

___ Go through a corn maze/haunted house/hayride

___ Jump in a pile of leaves

___ Eat a caramel apple

___ Eat candy

___ Watch Halloween movies

___ Carve a pumpkin

___ Make fall recipes

___ Go to a winery

___ Go to a fair

___ Have an apple cider donut

Yum! As a New Englander, this makes my heart happy.

___ Have a cup of hot chocolate

___ Have a PSL

___ Fall themed arrangement

___ Go for a run

___ Dress up for Halloween

___ Go pumpkin picking

___ Bake cookies

___ Fall themed craft project

___ Check out a new coffee shop

___ Paint a pumpkin

What are your Favorite Fall Activities? Help me add to my list!

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Treats I had in Australia

These are a few treats I ate while studying abroad in Australia. It’s great to sample and try new things in a different country.

Treats

I had strawberry macarons. It used to be a pet-peeve of mine when people confused macaroons and macarons, but now I don’t mind. I had some chocolate cake with a strawberry on top. My friends and I made crepes and fruit salad. My university held a fair where we tried tiny vegan cupcakes. they were surprisingly really tasty.


Starting from the top left corner and going clock-wise are strawberry macarons, chocolate cake, crepes and fruit salad, and tiny vegan cupcakes.

Crocodile Burger

I tried a crocodile burger for the first time at the Blackbird Cafe in Sydney. Oddly enough it tasted like chicken and had the consistency of tuna.

Local Coffee

Lattes from local cafes in Australia taste really fresh and really kick-started my coffee addiction. Wish I could have finished this one, but I knocked it over while talking with my hands.

Gloria Jean’s

“Gloria Jean’s” is similar to Starbuck’s and I tried a marshmallow cone from there. It is filled with mini-marshmallows and topped with frosting, chocolate, and sprinkles.  I plan to make some with my little sister eventually. It is a mess/melt-free version of a summertime classic.

Guacamole

Lastly, I made homemade guacamole  and ‘American lemonade’ with a housemate and it was super tasty. In Australia lemonade is just ‘Sprite’ or carbonated lemon-flavored soda. The ingredients were fresh and considerably cheaper than in America. However, lemons are super expensive there. I miss getting tropical fruits cheaper when I was abroad.

What are your Favorite Treats you’ve tried abroad?

Follow my blog or instagram to see what I’m up to and tell me where I should go and what I should do next. Also, I’m very open-minded and I am open to new adventure / events suggestions. Email me at honeybunnytwee@gmail.com.