Posted in August 2015

Cheers to Melbourne

Cheers to Melbourne

Foodies love their food and wine festivals, and Melbourne’s Food and Wine Festival (MFWF) is no exception. MFWF is a swish hotspot with well-known local chefs collaborating with global stars offering a unique chance to sample gourmet produce and local wines. Food, art and music colliding, the sophisticated and edgy atmosphere could be described as … Continue reading

Safari in South Africa

Safari in South Africa

Kruger National Park was my first safari, other than African Lion Safari which is located in Canada and is more of an amusement park. I remember sitting in the backseat while monkeys tore the vinyl roof off my grandmother’s car! Kruger is a legitimate African safari. We got to see wild leopards, elephants, Cape buffaloes … Continue reading

Yoga Thai-Style

Yoga Thai-Style

Whether you’re a travelling yogi who wants to keep up with a practice or it’s your first downward dog, Thailand is a great place for yoga. The Spa Resorts on the beautiful island of Koh Samui has two locations. The Spa Samui Beach Resort at Lamai Beach on the Gulf of Thailand is where The … Continue reading

Is MacGyver-esque travel swag for you?

Is MacGyver-esque travel swag for you?

With a stylish design and 15 built-in gadgets, the self-proclaimed “World’s Best Travel Jacket” is fashion-forward thinking and hoping to make flying in the future more convenient. Clothing brand BauBax launched a Kickstarter campaign on July 7 for what can only be described as the Swiss Army knife of jackets, with 15 built-in features for … Continue reading

Magic in Edinburgh

Magic in Edinburgh

Opened in 1995, The Elephant House was said to be made famous as the place of inspiration to writers such as J.K. Rowling. On my first visit to Edinburgh I couldn’t resist. I was lucky to just happen to walk into the cafe where J.K. Rowling wrote her first Harry Potter book. I had no … Continue reading

A Grand Literary Walking Tour

A Grand Literary Walking Tour

Dublin is famous for its authors, playwrights, and writers. The Dublin Literary Walking Tour will take you past all the points of interest to anyone wishing to hear about Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, William Yeats, Samuel Beckett, and many more of Dublin’s famous literary figures. It was the perfect date with my Irish friend as … Continue reading