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Taking a sip amidst the mountains

Darjeeling Backpacking

Once posed as a summer resort to the British, Darjeeling still keeps the old world colonialist charm intact with its 19th-century Victorian-Gothic style architecture, sprawling tea-estates and heritage eateries. 1,371 more words

Teh Tarik

In Malaysia, teh tarik is commonly ordered in the local eatery. Teh tarik or also known as milk tea mix with condensed milk. Here, we share recipes on how to make a local taste of milk tea. 80 more words


A Working Bastille Day

I know we don’t celebrate Bastille Day here—but it always seems like it should be a holiday to me.

This morning on our way to my dad’s place we stopped by the cemetery so that I could get some photos of my mother’s grave. 331 more words

Coffee makes me happy

Coffee makes me happy and coffee shops even happier. You know the quaint ones, tucked away in some obscure part of town. The kinds that you don’t really know about, the kinds that you walk into by chance. 922 more words


Afternoon Tea

I truly wish I lived someplace where afternoon tea was a thing. I mean, can we somehow get that going over here on this side of the pond? 354 more words

My favourite plastic free swaps

It’s Plastic Free July!  If you haven’t heard of it, Plastic Free July is a global movement, aiming to raise awareness of plastic overconsumption and reduce everyone’s unnecessary plastic usage.  1,776 more words

On the Road Recommendations: The Old School House, Rostrevor.

You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.

C S Lewis

The Old School House, Rostrevor, Northern Ireland…

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