Travel

Beginner’s Guide to WWOOFing!
Canada, Travel, WWOOF

Beginner’s Guide to WWOOFing!

I wrote about my WWOOFing experience in Canada in an earlier post, and I’ve decide to compile some of the things I’ve learnt from my experience, so that you won’t have to go through as many difficult or uncomfortable experiences for your first WWOOFing adventure. I’ve written both about practical […]

My WWOOFing Experience in Canada: The good, the bad and everything in between
Canada, Travel, Vancouver Island, WWOOF

My WWOOFing Experience in Canada: The good, the bad and everything in between

I recently went WWOOFing in Canada, for about 3 weeks, and I think the best way to sum up my experience would be to say that it was… interesting.  You may be wondering whether its a good kind of interesting, or the it-was-really-weird-and-i-wouldn’t-recommend-it-but-i-shouldn’t-shoot-it-down-too-quickly kind of interesting. Well, in my case, it […]

Cambodia: Real Beauty
Cambodia, Travel

Cambodia: Real Beauty

I don’t quite know where to begin. This is my first proper post about a country, and I have so much to say. I couldn’t even think of an apt title. Cambodia is such an amazing place… It really surprised me. I finally decided on “Real Beauty” because those were […]

Pili Nut: King of nuts
Food Culture, Food reviews, Travel

Pili Nut: King of nuts

I had never heard of the Pili nut before Cris from the Philippines Trade Industry introduced them to me. She kindly sent me some samples of the Pili nuts for me to try, and I thought it would be cool to let the world know about the Pili nut which […]

Ceviche: Se-Vee-CHEY
Food Culture, Travel

Ceviche: Se-Vee-CHEY

Hello my foodie friends! I’m popping by with a short post about… Ceviche! I tried this dish in Oxford last year, at one the Saturday Farmer’s Markets. Ceviche is a seafood dish popular in Central and South America, and is typically made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, such as lemon or […]