Journey To The Isle Of Skye

When I started planning my trip to Scotland, one of the places every one recommended stopping by was the Isle of Skye. It is connected to the Northwest coast of Scotland by a bridge but also is accessible from a ferry which departs from the small village of Mallaig. Neither of us could have predicted […]

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Tour Of The Scottish Highlands

The day started out with early alarms and weak hostel coffee. It was 6am and the streets of Glasgow were only humming with faint activity, as we navigated our way down to the meeting point for Rabbies tour of the Highlands. The day promised dropping in to Loch Lommand, Glencoe and Fort William before stopping […]

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Bunbury Brekkies

Bunbury seems like an unlikely place for brekky options. It’s a small town with, at first glance, not many places to eat. One of the local suggestions is Cafe 140 on the corner of Victoria and Stirling Street. It’s a little bit of hipster in the small-ish country town with a fantastically artsy menu. Specialises […]

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Fairy Bowls

Named as such because the colours remind me of when I was younger and I used to pretend to be a fairy. It’s a simple little recipe, not much different to the last one I shared. Except this time I used one of our cute little blue bowls. First up, my Fairy Bowls are made […]

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Whisk Creamery

An unassuming ice creamery from the outside you’d never guess that Whisk Creamery makes fantastic gelato in fish cones (Taiyaki) or amazingly instagrammable desserts. Located in Northbridge on William Street, and in Subiaco, Whisk Creamery is a go to for all your after dinner dessert needs or even for naughty little treat during the day. […]

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Japan

If you’re ever going to visit another country, think of Japan. It’s a wondrous, beautiful country, and is a mish-mash of old and new. Hop on the bullet train and head south of Tokyo and everywhere you look you’ll see modern houses with traditional details. Tokyo is a concrete jungle everywhere you look. And everything […]

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