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Category Archive: Food

Big City Blues

When most people think of Australia, they think of Sydney. Despite our travels so far, we hadn’t made it to the biggest city and capital of New South Wales. As luck would have… Continue reading

Blueberry Museum

Wellington is an 8 hour drive from Auckland. It’s not that long of a drive, but it’s still a long drive. My good friend graciously agreed to come along and keep me company.… Continue reading

Y nos vamos a Colombia

July 20th is Colombian Independence day. In 1810, Colombia declared themselves independent from the Spanish Monarchy. From a quick wikipedia search, the story goes that Colombians used the excuse of wanting to borrow… Continue reading

Concerning Aussies

As previously mentioned, Andrew is currently working on a project in Melbourne. While this means we unfortunately have to deal with long-distance, it also means I have the perfect excuse to visit Melbourne.… Continue reading

In search of a cannoli

You never realize how good you have it, until you don’t. Growing up in a multicultural city I was exposed to so many wonderful foods and cultures that I absolutely took them for… Continue reading

When did 2014 happen?

During my mom’s visit, it rained a lot. It was also a lot cooler than it normally is this time of year. But that didn’t stop us from taking advantage of the sunny… Continue reading

I’m back!!

You know those winter blues? Well, turns out it’s universal. Rainy weather, hum-drum of a job routine. It all adds up. For the past couple of months, life has been a little less… Continue reading

In the Meantime

So as I muddle through some work related things, I thought I’d write a quick check in. Still living, and working and eating in Auckland. Phoning home occasionally and sleeping in even less.… Continue reading

The Coast

Well, interview is over and I’ve got a day off before a full weekend of work! I had hoped to share more of my trip with my readers sooner, but alas, here we… Continue reading

Fun with the Folks

While our trip to Opito Bay with Andrew’s parents was a lot of fun, we couldn’t spend all our time away. Andrew and I still had to work the daily grind, but that… Continue reading