We can't wait for Pyrmont's annual Festival, which will return on in Pirrama Park, Sydney 28-29 September 2019. Part of a broader 17 day festival of food in the area. The festival is jam packed with food stalls, food trucks, wine, arts and cultural activities. Think gourmet suppliers, eateries, craft beers and wines. Partnering with Orange NSW, … Continue reading Pyrmont festival Sydney
Are you thinking of a visit to Taiwan and not quite sure where to go? We absolutely love the country, and so much so, we are considering returning. We outline below the different regions that a popular for tourists (and some less so) in a hope to help you construct your itinerary. Taiwan is a … Continue reading Where to visit in Taiwan?
Ubud, is an area about 1 - 1.5 hour from the hustle and bustle of Bali’s prime tourist destinations of Seminyak, Kuta and Legian. It is between the mountains and ocean in a forest location, known for its wellness retreats, cultural and artistic centres. There’s always a swarm of tourists (the area made famous partly … Continue reading Ubud – for wellness, art and culture
Quito is set at an elevation of 2850 m, amidst the Andes and their foggy peaks. Our airport landing was interesting to say the least. Our plane had to abort the landing at the very last second due to fog. We went via Guayaquil for a temporary stop and on the return to Quito, it … Continue reading Where to go in Quito, Ecuador
Dragon boat Chinese Restaurant in Harbourside shopping centre, Darling Harbour hosted a VIP event to support and promote the show “Memories in Shanghai - Passionate in Sydney” - the show for traditional music star, Yang Xuejin who is here to bring the sound of folk opera to Australia. Performing for one night at Star City, … Continue reading Memories in Shanghai – Passionate in Sydney concert
We continue our cultural food tour of Harris Park guided by Waji. Taste food tours is a social enterprise bringing cultures together through food. Taste Tours also helps to support refugees through training and running tours and by helping with tuition. The first part of the tour introduced us to western Indian street food breakfasts … Continue reading Explore Indian cuisine in Harris Park, part 2@Taste Tours
We are touring again with Taste food tours and this time there is plenty of flavour and spice and a taste of Indian cuisine. We did a tour of Harris Park which is a hot bed for Indian restaurants in Sydney. Our tour is guided by Waji, an international student from Singapore with Indian heritage. Waji shares … Continue reading Explore Indian cuisine in Harris Park, part 1@Taste Tours