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Paris Food Souvenirs – There’s Always Time for Food Shopping in Paris!

06/11/2019 | By

Pardon my absence, but I’ve been away in France, studying an intensive course about taste. And who can resist food shopping in Paris? I’ve bought home a bag full of Paris food souvenirs.

food shopping in Paris

I’m baaaack! Sorry to vanish off the airwaves for such a long time, but I’ve been in France, studying the HEG (Advanced Studies in Taste)  course with Le Cordon Bleu Paris, and collecting some Paris food souvenirs.

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Matera, Southern Italy – A Living Ancient City Symbolised by a Distinctive Bread

24/06/2019 | By

A 2019 UNESCO European Capital of Culture, the ancient stone streets of Matera are utterly unique – and are symbolised by a unique loaf of bread.

sassi, matera

Carved into the limestone of a steep gorge over the River Gravina in Basilicata, Southern Italy, Matera is considered to be the oldest inhabited city in the world, with estimates suggesting it has been inhabited continuously for over three millennia, and periodically for up to 700 millennia before that.

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Happy 100th Birthday Hilton Hotels – How Hilton Adelaide was a Total Game-Changer

14/06/2019 | By

Now 100 years old, the Hilton Hotels chain wrote the book on hotel standards – and 36 years ago Hilton Adelaide helped changed this town forever.

hilton adelaide

Adelaide has developed something of a reputation as a party town, with the first part of the year a blur of  internationally noted theatre, arts, drama, music, dance and festivals, drawing visitors from all over the country – and the world.

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Elephant Mud Fun at Bali Zoo

22/03/2019 | By

A day at the zoo isn’t just for kids – the Elephant Mud Fun experience at Bali Zoo gets big kids up close and personal with these gentle jungle giants!

bali zoo, elephant mud fun

Dearest reader, I apologise if you’ve been feeling a little neglected over the last couple of weeks, but I’ve been on vacation in Bali and my brain was totally in ‘holiday mode’. 

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Explore the Flinders Ranges from Historic Rawnsley Park Station

25/01/2019 | By

South Australia’s Flinders Ranges – a stunning part of our ancient land, and Rawnsley Park Station offers the total package when it comes to exploring them.

flinders ranges, ranwsley park station

Farm life is bloody hard, and when your livelihood is in the stunningly beautiful, but unforgiving, Flinders Ranges in outback South Australia you need all kinds of smarts to make it work. 

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Babi Guling and The Four Seasons Sayan Sokasi Dinner – A Traditional Balinese Ceremonial Food Experience

18/07/2018 | By

The Four Seasons Sayan offers guests and the public the opportunity to enjoy Babi Guling as part of a traditional Balinese feast at the Sokasi Chef’s Table.

BABI GULING Four Seasons

Just when you thought you’d seen the last of me – I’m baaaack! Sorry for the break in transmission, but I’ve been head down for the last few months on a large research and writing commission that seriously ate into my blogging mojo! 

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