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A Backpacker's Dream

Where: ​Parra, Goa, India
Type: Coastal, beach, non-commercial, solitude
Budget: Low
Resturant to visit: Fat Fish

No amount of word-of-mouth praise does justice to the first-hand experience of Goa. 294 more words

Food

Provençal dreaming

I haven’t left London since October and my feet are getting quite itchy. I’ve made a pact with myself that I can’t go away until I’ve done certain things. 805 more words

Anchovies

HOPE and the tale of 500 pictures.

I’m not sure if you were aware (yeah right) but I’m recently back from my first solo trip to New York. For many of you a solo trip might be the norm, but really not for me. 773 more words

Childhood Memories No. 5

The Boys of Kilfinane

It must have been one of those compulsive urges children have, like when they are walking on a tiled floor and refuse to step on a seam, or — this is the one I struggled with when still a child — walking along a road and hearing a car coming up behind me, I had to run as fast as possible to pass the next street lamp before the car passed me or else I’d get a heart attack and die. 809 more words

Art

Prodical Son Returns

Morning everyone, been a while since I have posted on here, think it was my holiday a month ago.

Anyway, things have improved greatly in general but over the past 4-5 days I’ve been worrying more excessively than usual. 227 more words

Passover Seder and Charoset

Passover begins this year on the evening of April 3rd. This year my friend, fellow blogger, and design maven, Brooke over at fireandflowers.com designed this amazing handmade chalkboard Seder plate. 325 more words

Recipe