Tagged: Travel

Green Olive at Red Hill (Red Hill, Victoria, Australia)

Last week we featured Mock Red Hill, an orchard that offers cider tastings and amazing doughnuts, if you haven’t read that review give it a go before our article today. And if you had done that already feel free to continue, for today we will be featuring a neighbouring farm...

Mock Red Hill (Red Hill, Victoria, Australia)

Have you ever been in a cider tasting? For me this was the first, I never knew there was such a thing like that Sake tasting we had before. I was fortunate enough to have this tasting with my colleagues when we had our conference in Melbourne several weeks ago...

Over the Moon Cheese (Putaruru, New Zealand)

According to Over the Moon Cheese, “Cheese is an adventure!” Indeed, it was and we experienced that adventure when we visited this place after we had an early morning in Blue Springs on our way to Alphra Lavender and Blueberry Country. This was not on our initial plan but after...

Captain Cook Dinner Cruise (Sydney, Australia)

One of the best ways to experience Sydney Harbour is by a cruise, what’s even better than a cruise is Captain Cook Dinner Cruise where you enjoy the views for three hours on board MV Sydney 2000 with 3-course a la carte Contemporary Australian dining, Great live music/dancing, a comprehensive...

What’s up with the Indonesian FC’s

I thought in South East Asia, fried chicken is really big in the Philippines, I was wrong, Indonesia, specifically Bali has a bigger fried chicken scene. In Philippines, most of the fast food restaurants even the big American brands serve Fried Chicken, and I thought out of all South East...

Wantilan Waterbom Bali (Bali, Indonesia)

Some people when they visit a place overseas they review the location for me what I review is the food that we had tried on that place, while I say a bit something about the place what’s more important is that I can share to you the culinary experience on...

Uma Pakel (Bali, Indonesia)

If you want to try different Indonesian coffee, Indonesian Teas, Bali Swing, Bali Nest and see how Luwak coffee is processed then this is your one stop shop and best of all, most of the tasting and attractions are all free, apart from the Swing (IDR 200000) and Luwak tasting...

Rasni Warung (Bali, Indonesia)

Cheap and below average but amazing views, great service and it was so cheap. I guess this is a first time I will be posting a below average review but there is not much of a choice when we visited Padang Padang Beach during our vacation in Bali, so if...

Sky Garden Bali (Bali, Indonesia)

If you are young (even the young at heart) and love to party when in Bali this place is a must, Sky Garden Bali. If I can describe it in few words it will be a “Nightlife Theme Park” where you can listen to any music, in any genre, in...

Enjoying Rujak at Kuta Beach

Rujak means “mixture” or “eclectic mix” and this is what this dish is, a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Available everywhere across Indonesia from street vendors, warungs or even posh restaurants serve this. The origin of rujak is unclear and there is...