Tag: food

A weekend in Stockholm.

A weekend in Stockholm.

After one and a half years, I finally get to see my lovely friend Stina again. Last I saw her was when I left on this adventure, leaving her in a limousine with the rest of my friends at Melbourne Airport. We meet up in […]

The best festival in the world, set on the coastal cliffs of North Wales.

The best festival in the world, set on the coastal cliffs of North Wales.

For the last music festival of summer 2014, I was lucky enough to get a press pass to the obscure Festival No. 6 in North Wales. Magical, beautiful and awe-inspiring, it is set in Portmeirion, an Italianate coastal village set on a cliff over an […]

Wilderness Festival.

Wilderness Festival.

I’ve never been to a camping music festival before. They are a huge thing here in the UK (think Glastonbury, Reading/Leeds), and while they certainly can be found at home, they seem less prominent. I know many other people at home who have never been […]

Taste of London, Summer.

Taste of London, Summer.

You might remember how ecstatic I get when Taste of Melbourne, the best food festival EVER comes around. Here is my raving hysteria and video from last years event. The Taste Festivals are held all around the world, and are the same the world over: […]

Street Eats Food Truck Festival in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Street Eats Food Truck Festival in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Once a year, all the food trucks in Phoenix gather together at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, Arizona, for the Street Eats Food Truck Festival. Buy a ticket, head into the showgrounds, and try small tasters for cheaper prices from over 50 of Phoenix’s top […]

Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto, feeding squirrels + sad teddy bears.

Berkeley’s Gourmet Ghetto, feeding squirrels + sad teddy bears.

Berkeley is known as the home of ‘California Cuisine’, largely due to the pioneering of the Slow Food Movement in the USA by Alice Waters, who has run Chez Panisse in downtown’s ‘Gourmet Ghetto’ since 1971. Read about and watch my experience at Chez Panisse […]

A day of lasts.

A day of lasts.

Last potato cakes. Last visit to the beach. Last Big M Eggflip from IGA on Fitzroy st St Kilda. Last bike ride down the boardwalk. These are little things that have filled my life in Melbourne. They are so taken for granted until you realize […]

Tourist in my own hometown.

Tourist in my own hometown.

In the days leading up to my departure, I’ve tried to live life in Melbourne with as much vitality and energy that I can muster. I’ve filled every day with life, love, laughter, dancing and exploring. Today was a CBD day. Melbourne CBD is full […]

Chairlifts, James Boag brewery, chai milkshakes + flour mills.

Chairlifts, James Boag brewery, chai milkshakes + flour mills.

Launceston is a small, quaint and sleepy town in the north-east of Tasmania. One of my favourite places to visit in Tassie, it is the home of the beautiful Cataract Gorge, a must visit for nature lovers. We took a chairlift from one side of […]


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