Oh Uzbekistan! The land of emm… the unknown? I have survived and truly enjoyed my time there a few weeks ago. To be completely honest I didn’t know anyone even remotely interested in travelling to Uzbekistan, or someone who has been there previously. Lets start with the basics – all the facts I’ve picked up from travelling as a single female traveller. Best time to … Continue reading Uzbekistan travel – before you go
Terrariums. They are back on trend. A great addition to any room (preferably with a bit of natural light) they are very easy to look after and will last for a long time. A wide selection is available, however, special requests are always welcome. For more, check out my Etsy store. Please note that terrariums could only be delivered to New Zealand due to a … Continue reading Just landed in the etsy shop
Hong Kong is an incredible concrete jungle. If you are looking for free things to do in Hong Kong – nothing beats strolling through the city and exploring it on foot. It is safe, fascinating and ok, maybe a little bit ghetto at times (which is charming in a weird sort of way). You will probably leave with a sore neck too as the city just keeps … Continue reading Hong Kong
There is something magical about South Island of New Zealand.. the smell, brightness of the sun, food… and more importantly an overall colour palette of the surroundings. To me, it looks magical – cool blues, grey with a hint of lavender. Love it 🙂 Continue reading Colours of South Island
According to Tourism NZ stats, Hobbiton is the most visited attraction in New Zealand. Whaaaaat? What do you mean? Why? Following a massive success of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Hobbiton became a mecca for millions (literally!) of fans worldwide. I am actually still amazed that after all these years, sooo many people drive to Matamata, which really is in the middle of nowhere, … Continue reading Hobbiton
Hello? How far is the weekend now please? Oh it’s here! Can I see 5 things to do over the weekend please? Certainly! 1. I LOVE JAPAN! Therefore, I am beary excited about this thing called Japan Day happening on Sunday, April 12 at The Cloud and Shed 10. Nice little festival with fun activities from 10 am to 6pm. 2. While you are in … Continue reading Hello weekend!
I woke up this morning thinking that it’s the weekend already… only to realise that I have to wait for a whole ONE more sleep! Sob sob.. As much as we all love a couple of days off, it pays to think and plan ahead to make the most of it. Which brings us to the burning question.. What is there to see and do? … Continue reading Long weekend
If you’re going to San Francisco Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair If you’re going to San Francisco You’re gonna meet some gentle people there… San Francisco and I have a love-hate relationship. I find this city fascinating, but always cold and beary windy! Here are some highlights. Things I wish I knew before my first visit – public transport (trams in particular) … Continue reading Hello San Francisco!
Looking back at my posts, I realised that somehow Seoul got hardly any mention at all! Ahh not a biggie, one might say. It might not be my favourite city in the whole world, but certainly has a special place in my heart. After all, I did live on the outskirts of Seoul for a year, and discovered many interesting places by the end of … Continue reading A city with Seoul
The most convenient way to get to the city from the airport – Unlike in some other regions in Japan, in Kansai, getting a regional JR pass will not necessary provide the best value for your buck. The cheapest and the most convenient option is a pre-loaded ICOCA card which you can purchase at the airport. Basically, it is just a reusable travel card, and you … Continue reading O for Osaka
Three places you can only find in Wellington. 1. Wellington Chocolate Factory. Nested between converted apartments it is chocoholic’s haven. Watch live how some of their products are being made, smell the chocolate, have a cuppa coffee and sample some of the chocolate. It isn’t cheap but really good quality. 2. Six Barrel Soda. Another Wellington local. Home of delicious soda syrups, milkshakes and beautiful … Continue reading Only in Wellington
I greatly dislike waiting in lines for things like exhibitions, tourists attractions…. There was only one exhibition this year where I spent waiting almost an hour before the doors opened This exhibition was at Te Papa, Wellington called Gallipoli: The scale of our war exhibition which marks World War 1 centenary. It is free and well worth the wait. Created with Weta workshop (creators of … Continue reading Gallipoli: The scale of our war, Te Papa Wellington
Celebrating all things handmade! Open every Saturday from 10 am to 4pm. Under Frank Kitts Park Jervois Quay, Wellington Waterfront Wellington 6011 New Zealand Continue reading Underground market. Wellington
My wee etsy shop is finally open! Taking macrame and succulent obsession to the masses. I’ve uploaded a few new listings last night and here are a few examples of my new favourite craft. For more, check out B is for bear etsy shop ❤ Continue reading Macrame
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This Sunday?at Shed 10 on Queens Wharf, New Zealand’s best makers will gather and present their wares. Entry is $5. You can bet that all around the country there are makers working day and night over the next few days to get ready for this huge event. There are over 150 independent makers and to cover the all would… Continue reading Auckland Fair June 2015