Hoi An: A foodies dream and a fashionistas paradise

Hoi An is situated on Vietnam's central coast and getting there from Saigon is about a one and a half hour flight to Da Nang and then a 45-minute drive. It's a perfectly preserved historic town with a blend of Chinese, Japanese, French and Vietnamese culture and architecture. The town itself showcases the melting pot … Continue reading Hoi An: A foodies dream and a fashionistas paradise

Planes, trains and the Internet: Sydney’s doomed infrastructure network.

Sydney, it’s meant to be the hub of Australia’s economy but for a central business district (CBD) why are there so many infrastructure problems? In recent months commuters and the public in general have felt the inconvenience of what happens when transport and the Internet don’t work, as they should. To start with there’s the … Continue reading Planes, trains and the Internet: Sydney’s doomed infrastructure network.

Your not so typical Lebanese tapas

Salt Vine is Sydney's newest Lebanese Tapas bar located in Surry Hills. It's a small establishment with only a 60 pax capacity, but packs a big punch with flavour. The food is absolutely delicious with a variety to choose from- it's not your typical Lebanese cuisine.

Italy Part 2 : Rome wasn’t built in a day.

They say "Rome wasn't built in a day" and it certainly wasn't. Rome is a great city filled with history and wonder, most of the ancient buildings are still there and can be easily explored. Their splendour and enormity is a marvel and one can only imagine what life was truly like back in the times of Julius Caesar and when gladiators fought in the arenas.