A couple of years ago, I noticed a pattern in my travels. It seemed that the harder the place was to get to, the better it was. Pretty simple theory: the more difficult the trip, the harder it makes it for bulk tourists to go. It rings true of Porto de Galinhas and Jericoacoara in Brazil, Ko Tao in Thailand, and even our favourite local spot near Mallacoota in Victoria. Pemuteran in North Bali was a windy, bumpy, 4 hour ride […]
Categories: Global snacking
As an early birthday present, I went to Gingerboy’s Jungle Curry Cooking Class as part of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival. I’ve done a lot of cooking classes across Vietnam and Cambodia, but this was definitely the classiest.
Brazil has had a long lasting effect on me. It holds a special place in my heart because that’s where my husband had just asked me to marry him, and also because we got to experience amazing music, beaches and Brazil’s national dish, Feijoada.