Recently Asha and I were lucky enough to fly to the Gold Coast for the National Conference on Volunteering. We were involved as the conference’s official media partner (writing news articles, taking photos, pushing the conversation on social media), and we were able to tack 4 extra days onto our trip to visit Asha’s mum […]
Asha took this great shot the other day outside my place. There’s something about it i really like. Also, living with a florist is amazing. I never thought much of flowers before, didn’t see the point of cutting plants just to keep them for a few days before they slump and sagged. I’m a convert. […]
One thing that’s even better than growing your own herbs and vegetables (and legumes) in the garden is actually eating them – a feat that too often evades the lazy sharehouse gardener. In late spring, broad beans – such as those growing in Asha’s back garden – are plump and sweet, and ready to be […]
Things are so busy once it gets to this time of year. The working weeks are flying by, and not only our weekends but our weeknights are so often full. Parties, drinks, dinners, catchups, gigs. The weekend just past was no exception. The arrival on knock-off time on Friday brought with it a huge […]
Delicious leftover chicken burrito with smokey corn salsa = +10 points Eating it at your desk = -75 points.
So what is this blog about? Well its about travel, at first in Australia but then Nepal, Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. That’s a good start anyway. And its about food – the best and freshest, the new and exciting, the strange and unique, the hotspots and hotpots, the way its done here and the […]