I am one of those annoying people that love their birthday. Dec 2018 was no different. I decided to do a make-your-own taco party for two main reasons: I could organise and prepare before hand so I wasn't going to be stuck in the kitchen all night and could actually enjoy my party It caters… Continue reading Let’s Taco About a Party
When my bestie moved 'next door', I no longer had an excuse not to visit Zanzibar. Why was there an excuse before? Cost of the flight Cost of accommodation I didn't really know what to do in Zanzibar The Kenyan coast is beautiful so was there a need....? I have always had in my mind… Continue reading Zanzibar
This was not the plan. The plan was a picnic. The idea was to drive around, spot some animals, have a drink and a bite to eat and go home at sunset. Kyle wanted an adventure. I think he got more than what he bargained for. Adventure number 1: The roads were dry and we… Continue reading A bit of 4×4 time
"Marriage means the union of 2 people to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life. " Rhys and Peta planned this day for 2.5 years. They first met in 2009 and ever since there have been sparks. Like all couples, they have had ups and downs, but ultimately, this led to a… Continue reading Mr & Mrs. “Two souls but a single thought. Two hearts that beat as one” John Keats.
Stonebarn, Pemberton http://www.stonebarn.com.au/ A stunning location for a wedding. When I asked the Bride how many places that they had looked at and seen before deciding on the venue, the answer was one. They knew what they wanted. They wanted to be married in a forest, and that's exactly what they got. Stonebarn has virtually… Continue reading Stonebarn, Pemberton
It had been 8 years. 8 long years since I left Perth, Australia. It had been just over 2 years that I had been planning to go back. This time for a holiday. When you go back somewhere you had been before, you think back to all the memories; to the good and to the… Continue reading Perth reminiscing
South Africa. Home of the Springboks. Commonly known as the 'Rainbow Nation'. 11 official languages. Nelson Mandela. Wine. The Garden Route. Gold. Kruger National Park. To name a few. I have explored parts of the Western Cape (and was lucky enough to live in Stellenbosch for three years), and I spent many a family holiday… Continue reading A trip through South Africa
Some of us are expert packers, while others of us are last minute packers who, 5 minutes before the taxi arrives at the house to take you to the airport, are throwing in the entire contents of clean clothes from your wardrobe; hoping that within that mess, by some miracle there will be an outfit… Continue reading How to pack for a holiday