Walking in Macau

I have to admit, I’ve never considered Macau in my list of places to visit (This reminds me of the time we found ourselves transiting in Colombo, Sri Lanka on our way to Rome and my sister Melina had to wonder out loud “Oh my god, we’re in Sri Lanka. Are we dreaming?”, which is…

Mengler Hill

If you’ve read my previous few posts, you know we’re on a Barossa Valley streak here. We only visited for a day, but rather than give you a lengthy post, I prefer to break it into bite-sized posts. Short and sweet. You with me? This set of photos was taken at the Mengler Hill Lookout…

Seppeltsfield

If you do find yourself visiting the Barossa Valley, here’s a must: drive along Seppeltsfield Road into Seppeltsfield Winery. The 10 kilometres of Seppeltsfield Road take you through a number of wineries and restaurants, but for me, it’s the distinctive palm trees lining the long, straight road just as you get into the Seppeltsfield estate that…

Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop

I’ve been wanting to come here ever since I learnt from watching Master Chef Australia that the Australian cook, food author, restaurateur and food manufacturer (Australian food queen, in other words) has a farm shop in the Barossa Valley. In fact, this was my first thought upon hearing I would have to relocate to Adelaide…

Show Your Stripes

What do I love about this black-and-white striped shirt dress? It’s so simple in its construction, with a lightweight fabric and easy-to-wear silhouette. Then there’s versatility. I’ve worn it as a dress and a top for work, tucking it into a pair of pants, and loved how both look. The colour and the stripes? Work with everything else…

More of Macau, from my Instagram

The last time I shared some of my Instagram photos of Macau in a post, you seem to enjoy them, so I thought I’d share more! 1. View from 360 Cafe, Macau Tower On the first weekend I spent in Macau, V came to visit and we enjoyed lunch at 360 Café, Macau’s highest and only revolving restaurant. I highly recommend…