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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Souvenirs from Australia

As you can tell from my previous post, we didn't have enough time to find our souvenirs. So I followed my viewers' advice to get some in the last minutes. Any suggestions for our next visit?!

People say Tokyo is a very expensive city to live, but we found things are even more expensive in Perth and Sydney like in New York. Let me know if we paid reasonable prices or not! lol



@ Woolworths in Perth
Arnott's Shapes Variety 10 Snack Packs - AU$3.20
Arnott's Tim Tams - 2 for AU$3
Cadbury Old Gold Original - 2 for AU$6
Nestle MILO 10 Sachets - AU$5.49
Nestle Violet Crumble - AU$1.89
Kraft Vegemite 150g - AU$3.25



@ City Supermarket in Sydney
Pods Honeycomb Bites - AU$5.65
Cadbury Caramello Koala - AU$1.00
Cadbury Cherry Ripe - 2 for AU$3
Cadbury Crispello - 2 for AU$3
Cadbury Boost - served on the plane
Soy Crisps - served on the plane



Also, we found great souvenirs while having a stroll through the Markets.

Paper Tole 3D Australian Stamps @ The Rocks Market AU$255
Not only the handicraft by Lilly but also the custom made quality framing by her husband is amazing. Most of the stamps are no longer available. Worth the price!!!
Japanese Prime Minister Abe also purchased it as a souvenir in the past.





Bottle Cap Earrings @ Paddington Markets AU$4
I bought Australian beer cap earrings.





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5 comments:

  1. Glad you had a good time down under. Most of the things are reasonably priced, but can be cheaper if it's on sale for another price/on sale at another supermarket. Like the pods biscuits can get down to $2-3 a packet. Also next time, buy a can of milo instead of the sachets. It's much cheaper and you'll get more for your money :)

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  2. ochi,did you buy any nougats? when my friends visit Australia, i always ask them to help buying nougats.it is cheaper than singapore dollars..

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  3. by the way,i change my blog to www.joselovincolors.com

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  4. Yes Sydney is very expensive city. You can get the same products much cheaper in the suburbs. Coles and Aldi supermarkets are cheaper compared to Woolworth's.
    Hope you had good time in Sydney.
    Have u visited Tarongo zoo, u should have taken pictures with Koala.

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  5. Looks like you had a good time visiting here and glad you enjoyed it

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