It started with birdseed.
It was there on the side table of our accommodation, next to the usual travel brochures about the area – it caught my eye.
A container brimmed-full of birdseed, with a gentle instruction to feed the morning birds – cockatoos and king parrots.
Continue reading “Ode to Waterfalls and Bird Seed” →
A travel story honouring the humble yet rejuvenating weekender; also the beauty of Daylesford in Autumn… Continue reading “Daylesford Dreaming” →
Dreams are made of Paris, opp shop bargains and, in this case, the memoir of a young Hemingway… Continue reading “Paris: My Moveable Feast” →
Today I went to Paris. But only for about an hour or so while I sipped a skinny cappuccino (slowly, savouring it. And also because I have worked out how long you can “stay” in a cafe having finished your meal/drink. Continue reading “Musings on Paris …” →
Paris in Winter – a travel article published by the UTimes, November 2007
Today, on a mildly cold day in mid May (yes I like alliteration) I ventured to the Spa Region or, as I secretly think of it – one of the prettiest places in Victoria, Australia maybe even the World. (Secret’s out now.) Continue reading “Day Trip” →
Is this going to be a cheesy blog post going on about the beauty of Autumn? Is this going to be all flowery descriptions (“sunburnt leaves,” “crunchy red” “weak sunlight streaming on lemon, orange and cranberry coloured leaves?”) – something akin to a travel brochure for no particular thing, only called “Autumn?” Continue reading “An Autumn Day Dallied in Daylesford …” →