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A quick weekend in Taipei – my first visit and definitely have to go back to do more fabric shopping at Yongle Fabric market and have to visit all the night markets to see the variations of street food snacks they offer. I was on my husband’s schedule as I played tag along on his […]

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Travel + Leisure South East Asia edition March 2016. Insider’s Macau

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Well, when in Reims, drink lots of champagne. Apart from the vineyard visits and eating lots, the central feature in this beautiful town is the Reims cathedral where coronation of all the French kings used to take place from the 9th century. You’re instantly humbled by the towering ceilings that feels higher than most of […]

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L’Assiette Champenoise is a gorgeous hotel with an exceptional breakfast and the wait staff at breakfast are lovely, friendly and speak fluent English. Everything comes to your table at the start, homemade butter, salted caramel, chocolate, confiture and caramelised condensed milk (dulce de leche)! You are spoilt for choice and probably go without lunch which is […]

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Despite the cold and dreary weather in Brittany, we trudged out to Port Guilvinec to watch the ships come in with their daily catch and met the fishermen who sorted the fish before it gets organised for export – making it out here in Asia to the Michelin starred restaurants in Hong Kong and Macau. […]

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Sep 2015 Travel + Leisure South East Asia edition

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Hello! Sorry for the over a month silence, I have been waiting for news and direction from my web designer and there are still bugs to fix and I am trying to hold my excitement for the launch! AND HERE WE ARE! Lots have been happening, and still happening and I can’t wait to tell […]

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I had a about 72 hours in Hamburg to check out the city – which was cold, windy but gorgeous nonetheless. I did European history for my GCE ‘A’ levels but haven’t visited the North of Germany where alot of the World War II bombings took place and the heavy pieces of history are all […]

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Someone asked me the other day where’s the best service I’ve ever experienced and it occurred to me that I never got round to raving about our dinner at Le Royal Mansour in Marrakech. The intuitive, white glove seamless non-intrusive service – where your next thought is anticipated before you can voice it and they’re […]

It’s been a busy first 10 days into 2015 with a few personal creative projects lined up – stay close for that! I’ve started journaling again and actually rediscovered the joy of writing pen to paper. I’ve always been old school, jotting notes on paper, but journaling thoughts and feelings that way is actually quite liberating. […]

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