A few of my favourite foods: London

London is a wonderful place for foodies, filled with Michelin starred restaurants, hidden kitchens and supperclubs. British cuisine has seen somewhat of a resurgence; instead of boiled cabbage, chefs are foraging in the heaths, harvesting fresh cockles, picking wild mushrooms. However, nothing beats the classics. Here are a few of my favourite foods from London….

A few of my favourite shops: Sydney

Sydney isn’t really known as a mecca for shopping because of the high prices, but there are a couple of cool little shops I like browsing through when I get a chance to. They range from boutique establishments, to a chain store, to a bookstore-cum-cafe with tons of character. Here are a few of my…

A few of my favourite walks: London

London’s beauty only fully reveals itself when you take to her streets. There’s nothing quite like feeling the centuries of history underneath your feet as you wander down a cobblestone alley or as you try to imagine what Dickens saw as he strode down the same streets, decades ago. Here a few of my favourite London walks….

A few of my favourite museums in New York City

There’s no lack of choice when it comes to museums in New York City. Any top ten list of the city’s attractions will include at least one museum, and for culture vultures, the hardest part is choosing which ones to go to. These are three of my favourite museums in New York City. The Metropolitan…

A few of my favourite foods: Sydney

Sydney has its share of Michelin starred restaurants, though not on par with other cities like New York and London. In recent years, there have been more and more exciting food offerings, from international brands like Momofuku to Din Tai Fung, as well as famous chefs headlining places like Mr Wong’s and Porteno’s. There are…

A few of my favourite things: Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires is an enchantress of a city, filled with stately European architecture, the heady beat of a tango saloon, antiques markets staged in cobblestoned squares and the warmth and passion of the porteños. The winters are mild, the summers warm, and there is so much life in BA – I fell so much in love with…

A few of my favourite things: New York

New York is a slippery beast of a city, taking on different shapes depending on your expectations. To some, the city is a dream come true; to others the crowds and the traffic and the incessant noise and dust are the manifestation of Dante’s circles. The city that never sleeps is an enigma, with hard,…

A few of my favourite things: London

My first time in London, I was 16. Ready to fall in love. Ripe for an epiphany. And the epiphany was this: one day I would live here, in this global city.  One day I would be a Londoner, and walk with quick, sure, knowing steps through the winding, maze-like warren of tube stations, down…