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Seminyak, Bali

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Asia / Food / Travel / Uncategorized

First stop on our OE – Seminyak, Bali! Seminyak is one of the main tourist hubs in Bali. It is full of ex-pats (Australian’s mainly). In amongst the windy roads which are full of construction, are high-end boutiques, plenty of luxurious spas and resorts, clubs and last but not least restaurants. It is no wonder that land and accommodation prices are amongst the highest in Bali.

Coromandel Adventure

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Life / New Zealand / Travel

It is no wonder that the Coromandel is one of my favourite holiday spots in New Zealand. With no shortage of beautiful golden beaches, natural hideaways, native rain forests, all set amongst rural farmland, it is the ideal location for a super relaxing getaway. The Coromandel is located on the East Coast of the North Island and is about an hour and a half drive from Auckland.

Christchurch Getaway

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Life / New Zealand / Travel

At the beginning of the month I visited Christchurch. Here are a few pictures of my weekend away.  I haven’t been down to Christchurch for a few years so it was really great to see all the rebuilding that has taken place since the 2011 earthquakes. There were still road cones lining the streets, and a lot of buildings still being demolished, but in amongst the destruction there was a lot of beauty. There were […]

Magic Slice

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Recipes / Sweet Treats

This is my all time favourite slice. I’ve loved it since high school. Back then I would regularly purchase a piece from the tuck shop if I could rake together enough coinage. Who knows why it is called magic slice, but there is no denying that it is simply delicious. The only problem when you bake it is that  you want to devour it all.

Picture of the day

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Merry Christmas to all of the foodies! From me and Martin Bosley. Martin is a well known chef who is based in Wellington. If you have a chance go and check out his new venture, Poneke. It has recently opened on the waterfront and is open for breakfast, dinner and everything in between. x

Girls Christmas Party

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Food / Life

O ur annual Girls Christmas Dinner Party is the highlight of the social calendar. It started a few years ago, and each year it gets better. There has been Mexican, Magical, and Asian Christmases and this year was Under the Sea. It’s your typical christmas party. Who doesn’t love a pot luck dinner with secret santa, games and a choreographed performance to Mariah Carey. Lets not forget Bublé’s Christmas album on repeat, and a bit of […]