Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lemon Pancakes

Living thousands of miles from home you make new friends, a new form of family and those past people are only seen via technology or planned visits. Or sometimes you are just living life fully and you stumble into people you knew in your past life. The life where you know the streets and went…

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Anzac Biscuits

While everyone is in a chocolate coma and somehow all my brain wants is chocolate, it is a little more somber occasion. You see, tomorrow is Friday 25 April and its a special day in New Zealand and Australia, for it is the annual day of commemoration of the services of armed corps in World…

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Oven-Baked Sausages with Balsamic Tomatoes

The long weekend was sufficiently relaxing and catching up on to-do tasks like emailing friends who have been waiting for replies for some time or staying up to 2am after a 3-hour Facetime with a close friend. In true form we proved that age doesn’t necessarily reflect being adults, especially after agreeing we would both…

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Keukenhof – Holland’s Tulip Garden

If you love Spring, pictures of animals and most importantly Tulips then today’s post is perfect for you. In fact, I thought of sharing this with you while wandering around the tulip park in Holland that I let out a little scream of excitement at it all. I wish I could have taken you all…

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Amsterdam

Amsterdam has a reputation of legal highs and weaving canals that exceeds its borders, because of this I wasn’t sure what to expect of this city. In usual form I did virtually no research and in even lazier form, I relied on my friend, a local, to guide me to the best places to see. Without…

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Ostend, Belgium

The beach town of Ostend isn’t necessarily somewhere you would go for it’s exciting pace nor is it a beach town to soak up the heat of summer as the average is more warm than hot. But stepping off the train and walking down the shop laden street down to the shoreline, the appeal of…

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Bruges – Rustic and Charming

With a gray sky overhead, my train pulled into Bruges on a cool Spring day. The train station teemed with kids on school excursions to somewhere, backpacks taking up as much space of the station as their bodies. And I had arrived in this special Belgian city where canal rides can be had and waffles eaten…

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March 2014 – Saw/Ate/Read

March was full on photography in my neck of the woods. With lighter days and brighter colors out and about I shot a series of ‘Spring in London’ shots which I’m still working my way through as well as getting to more locations in the next week or so. And then of course, the last…

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