The most popular dessert in Italy was finally given its own day in 2017 by the restaurant Eataly – 21 March. While popular, the origins of this sweet dessert are unclear. To find who created Tiramisu will depend on whom you ask. Continue reading “Tiramisù Day”
As the doors close on many countries around the world, travellers are forced to make choices on whether to proceed with their travel plans or not. It is not necessarily about the fear of getting sick, most travellers are considering the impacts on their loved ones upon their return. Loved ones who may not have good immune systems or are chronically ill. Continue reading “To Travel or Not To Travel”
In this new monthly series, I will be preparing a beginners guide to visiting popular destinations to allow you to fully enjoy your travel experience around the world. When I first started travelling I found it hard to locate authentic, real life accounts of what the country I wanted to visit was really like.
Since then I have created my own formula for researching a destination to ensure I am as prepared as much as possible. Of course, there will always be a few surprises and unexpected encounters along the way. But if you are armed with as much information as possible, you will be able to handle many challenges thrown at you along the way.
The most important skills to have when travelling are flexibility, an open mind and understanding to expect the unexpected.
This will allow you to experience something truly wonderful on your journey.
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Travelling the wine regions of the world is about more than just wine. Drinking wine is more than just drinking. It is about the experience. With all of your senses – sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. Additionally, when experienced the right way, wine has the power to guide you through the key principles of mindfulness. Continue reading “Winefulness and Travel”
We are halfway through our Adelaide’s Fringe Festival season for 2020 and the crowds and excitement only gets bigger and bigger each year. So much so that it now rivals the Edinburgh Fringe as the best in the world. Continue reading “Fringe Alive!”
Each year I love attending Writer’s Week because of the variety of authors it attracts and the inspiration they bring. This year’s theme: “the only constant” opened a discussion or us to think about how things changed, or did they? Continue reading “Adelaide Writer’s Week”
Adelaide is opening up more venues each week and the popular markets are making a slow comeback. However, a day out at the markets is about more than just shopping, it is a social experience. Continue reading “To Market To Market”