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This is a backdated post from 18 months ago (!) Roots has to be my favourite independent restaurant in Macao and I highly recommend it. They also do hydroponics farming for their vegetables in a large warehouse and try to respect slow food as much as possible. The restaurant is elegant and minimalist, with a […]

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Over the last decade, I’ve been to the Loire Valley many times now on our bi-annual trips home. Here’s the low-down for Prestige Singapore.      You can download the pdf here to read the piece.

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I was watching a spiders documentary last night on TV5 and was reminded of the fascinating exhibition we went to last November at Palais de Tokyo. The concept was brilliant and using house spiders in the environment’s eco system to tell many stories in space and time. Tomas Saraceno’s ON AIR brought this whole new cosmos […]

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The highlights of my trip to Monaco was an unforgettable meal at Alain Ducasse’s Louis XV and the Oceanographic museum. It’s large and extensive as you get to learn about the behaviour and nature of all the little living creatures that make the eco system under the sea. I don’t have a padi licence as […]

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We’ve had many lovely meals at the Restaurant and Mr chef stocks up on his wine collection at “Le Nez” the wine shop just behind the restaurant. We always pop in here for lunch when we’re visiting family in the south in Carpentras. We’ve dined more casually al fresco in the Summer, but it seems […]

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The Louisana Art Museum in Copenhagen is definitely worth a visit, it’s a 35minutes train ride out of the city from Central station and it’s probably easier purchase your return train tickets along with admission (210 Danish Kronens). It’s a ten minute walk through a residential estate to get to the museum, so don’t panic […]

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One of my favourite shows this trip to Europe. Polish artist Alicja Kwade’s exhibition. Exploring space, time and the art of “being”. I found it really calming and hits the spot with being mindful and in the moment of this reality, changing perceptions. “Out of Ousia translates loosely to ‘out of the substance’ – the […]

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I recently looked into family-friendly getaways in Asia for this Hong Kong Tatler piece… if you haven’t already made plans for next week, maybe some ideas for next year while planning head? Read more here

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For the December 2018 of Travel + Leisure, I did a 6 page feature story on Macao on where to stay, what to do, and where to eat in the city I called home for 4.5 years. Download PDF here.  

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Last year, we made our friend a couple of hours from Amsterdam to Anvers in Belgium, on the insistence of my husband to have dinner at his friend chef Frédéric Chabert’s restaurant Dome. Fred was formerly at Petrus in Hong Kong and returned to Europe to open his own restaurant. Dome is a beautiful intimate […]

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