Getting Married in a Week!

Getting Married in a Week!

In exactly one week from now, Rebecca and I will be getting married. I’ll save the gushy stuff for my speech, but we’re both really…

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Left to Right: Drip filter, Moka pot, Aeropress

Aeropress Coffee Taste Challenge

As a leaving present from my last company, I was given an AeroPress, a coffee maker that looks like a big syringe. This was a…

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Born to be Mild!

Looping Rarotonga

Pretty much every day here is a little surreal. The colours, the light, the scenery and the people are so delightful that it’s sometimes hard…

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Crossing the International Date Line

Crossing the International Date Line

I woke in Cairns on 9th June 2012 at 0230. I arrived in Rarotonga after about 16 hours of travel on 9th June 2012 at…

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Kata Tjuta Valley

Kata Tjuta

After watching the sun come up over Uluru, it was time to travel over to Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas. The Olgas are…

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Approaching Uluru

Uluru

As much as I enjoyed sleeping in a swag, I have to confess I didn’t get much of a lie-in. We were up early for…

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Sydney Opera House

Impressions of Sydney

After rocking out with Monks, sunshine, temples and tarts in Thailand, it was time to board a 10 hour flight down to Sydney from Bangkok….

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Iced coffee in Hoi An - Vietnam

Curiosities – Vietnam: Coffee

I may have mentioned in a previous post that Vietnam is the second biggest exporter of rice in the world. Second only to rice in…

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The Capsule Hotel

The Capsule Hotel

My first night in Tokyo was spent in a Capsule Hotel (kapuseru hoteru). I remember being fascinated by these places when they were featured on…

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Linzer Torte

Linzer Torte

The Linzer Torte dates back to the mid to late 17th Century. It’s widely thought to be the oldest cake recipe in the world and…

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