As January draws to a close I thought it might be nice to focus a little on Veganuary. It’s a social, dietary movement that has been making waves across society with almost everyone and his hat getting involved in one way or another, and it has definitely become ‘the’ cultural statement of 2018. So, what… Continue reading Vee-GAN-uary!
Having spent 4 weeks in the bustling town of Torrevieja on the eastern Spanish coast, I can honestly say I fell in love. Only an hour south of Alicante, Torrevieja has a welcoming vibe, clean beaches and a wide esplanade with bars and restaurants. The town has many cool, quirky stores, lots of sports bars… Continue reading Torrevieja Travel Guide
Happy Chinese New Year!! I seriously cannot believe that it is this time of year again, Chinese New Year! Each year it inspires me to read up on Chinese traditions and astrology and learn about the history and customs of Chinese culture. 2017 is the year of the rooster and according to many astrologers it… Continue reading Chinese Astrology: 2017 Year of the Rooster
Not only is today New Years Eve, it is also the last day of my Mexican Inspired Christmas mini series and I thought it would be quite fitting to round things off with a little tipple. Most people associate Sangria with Spain, but did you know the Mexicans have their own take on this rich,… Continue reading My Mexican Inspired Christmas! Day 5 Hot Spiced Sangria
To anybody visiting Phnom Penh I would give one suggestion…. try the Happy Pizzas down on the Riverside. Okay thinking about it, I have in fact two suggestions: head to The Empire Cinema and watch The Killing Fields. The Empire Cinema is located on 130th street, 10 minutes from Riverside and it’s a really fun… Continue reading The Killing Fields
Wow! It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything but I’m sure you’ll forgive me once you’ve found out why… Kerry and I decided to leave the beautiful sandy shores of Australia and emigrate (once again!) to the even more beautiful sandy shores of New Zealand! To be honest it was a quick, somewhat rash… Continue reading A Week in New Zealand
It’s Monday again and as I look back over the past few days I wonder how Friday could only have been 3 days ago? Since about 6pm on Friday evening it feels like I haven’t stopped moving, thinking or planning. From Kerry and I hastily leaving our comfortable house sit in Seacliff, not knowing what… Continue reading Festivals, Food, Fun & Fringe!