Monthly Archives: July 2014

Melbourne: The Mirroring City

The day starting with aching feet. Not unusual considering how my genetics ‘blessed’ me with big feet. We were in Richmond – otherwise known as Melbourne’s PaddingtonĀ – and it was our second last day to explore the world through the colder, much cooler side (yes, Melbournites are cooler than Sydneysiders. What was that saying – […]

Tradition With A Twist: Teishoku

Adjusting is never all that easy. I made the hasty decision to move from the comforting distance and stillness of Mittagong – where I was somewhat isolated from the hustle and bustle of city life and all that it entailed – to the fast-paced, ever-changing world of life within Sydney. Adjusting was like waking up […]