The Little Larder breakfast in Port Douglas

The first morning in Port Douglas, I was a little dismayed.

It turns out that despite the glorious weather and 35degree days, the local business owners consider this the off-season time and most of them close shop for maintenance or for holidays. Only half the stores in Macrossan Street were open which meant my breakfast options were limited. Continue reading “The Little Larder breakfast in Port Douglas”

Mid-range hotels to stay in Vietnam

When you go on a holiday – you want to stay somewhere nicer than your own place right? But then how much do you spend to get that level of comfort? I knew I had to be on a budget yet I wanted the absolute best I could get for my dollar. These are the best mid-range hotels I stayed at in various cities of Vietnam after reading pages of reviews, scoping out locations and comparing prices.

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Travel diaries: what you don’t (usually) hear about Vietnam

What started out as a pho and crispy chicken obsession may well just be the reason why the WSB and I decided to plan a trip to Vietnam.

Spoiler alert – Vietnam did not disappoint. If you only read one post about my travels to Vietnam…let it be this one.

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Inspiration for an Indian wedding in Bali

In the lead up to my wedding, I went a little inspiration crazy thanks to Pinterest.
You can follow or check out my Pinterest board. These days I don’t pin as much bridal stuff but more things to do with wellbeing, yoga and recipes as well as the occasional fashion pins.

These are some of my most popular pins and how they inspired me:

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