Gili Trawangan

Getting to Gili T (as it’s more fondly known) is pretty easy, even if it feels time consuming. Most places you visit in Bali assume that visiting the Gili islands will be on your itinerary somewhere, and can suggest, and even organise, your means of transport. Our hostel in Canggu organised ours. It was pretty…

Nusa Lembongan

One of my favourite things about going to a new place is trying the new food. Nusa Lembongan was no exception; and I had gone prepared with a list of must visits. On arrival we hired scooters and headed straight from our hostel to Sunset Point. We hadn’t intended on staying for dinner but the…

The Rabbit Hole

The Rabbit Hole (217 Maunganui Road) Only recently opened, my mum essentially dragged me there to try the ‘cool-looking place’ with the ‘funky interior’. I have to admit, the rabbit (?) skins draped over the back of the chairs made for a pretty interesting sight. I couldn’t help but being mildly impressed by this sunny court-yard…

Food in Seminyak

Seminyak. So many options, so little time. As one of the more commercialised areas of Bali, I had high expectations; and in the short period of time I had there I have mostly good things to report. On the beach front lies Capris (which incorporates the Coffee Library). Despite hearing from other bloggers that the coffee…

Food in Uluwatu

Uluwatu; the ultimate southern point of Bali – most famous for its surf, and understandably so. But with good surf comes Australians, and inevitably, good food. Uluwatu is quite a spread out area; you definitely need a scooter to get around – which is handy not just for beach hopping, but also for cafe hopping….

Gals’ Getaway – Sydney 2016

My first time properly visiting Sydney, and it certainly won’t be the last. The city is an absolute delight; the people were friendly and helpful, the food was seriously scrumptious and the streets and buildings were unexpectedly beautiful. A girls’ getaway never goes amiss, and we were all excited to wine and dine in a…

J & M Cocktail Bar

J & M Cocktail Bar (1 Angel Place) Our adventure to J & M occurred entirely by accident, but was one of the highlights of our trip! Whilst we were waiting for a table to become free at Jamie’s Italian, we ambled around looking for somewhere that we could indulge in a cheeky drink. The…

O Bar and Dining

O Bar and Dining (Level 47 Australia Square, 264 George Street) Admittedly I did not eat here, we only came here for drinks. And admittedly I did not partake in the consumption of alcoholic beverages – rather I was just drinking mocktails. But by golly, these were delicious! The O Bar can only be described as…

Five Boroughs

Five Boroughs (corner of Roxburgh and Marjoribanks Streets) Highly recommended to me by one of my vegetarian friends due to the possibility of vegetarians’ being able to order any burger and having the meat substituted out in exchange for the vegetarian patty (which suddenly opens the burger world up if you are vegetarian) I was…

Spruce Goose

    Spruce Goose (30 Cochrane Street, Rongotai) Located conveniently by the airport, Spruce Goose is a favourite stop for a casual bite before or after a flight. It is big, spacious and has a wide selection of food and drink. Open all day every day, you can rely on it for quick service, great views…