Biking the Golden Gate Bridge | Part (I)

In life sometimes it pays to be a little wild and adventurous. On check-out day, we took an early tram to Fishermen’s Wharf @ Pier 39, rented a pair of bikes and helmets, then peddled for a good half-day from San Francisco to Sausalito via the Golden Gate! This is where Part 1 begins, fromContinue reading “Biking the Golden Gate Bridge | Part (I)”

Harbouring Intentions

Strangers of all levels are friends you’ve never met. At the idea of meeting new people I used to panic and worry about letting them come into my life, and for the past year, despite abundances of travel buddies, there are times I’d choose to explore new places alone. However I’ve come to be aContinue reading “Harbouring Intentions”

Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafè

Sydney is home to this restaurant slash patisserie bearing the name of a famed household chocolate brand. Guylian Cafè didn’t disappoint, probably as the tarts we ordered came at a time where we were too hungry to be picky. The glazed strawberries didn’t taste as fresh as I’d imagined. But for a quick spike ofContinue reading “Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafè”

London Lovin’: Enroute Farringdon

Can anyone tell me where this place is? Was in a rush to meet a friend at Farringdon, and now I’m dying to know where this is! Could be somewhere near Hammersmith as I was in the area. Please let me know and you’ll get cupcakes from me, pinky swear 🙂 xoxo, Viktoria Jean

Foodporn: Bliss House Theme Restaurant!

Must-have Latte Cappucino Cream of Mushroom SEAFOOD AND MUSSELS!! Seriously the bacon and shrimp pasta (bottom right) is the shitz. Best dish in the house. Our tiramisu surrounded by a fortress of cakes-in-a-cup that Mel bought! From left: Tiramisu, Red Bean Malay dessert flavoured cake, Oreo cheesecake and Strawberry Shortcake BIRTHDAY BOY! Too many aptContinue reading “Foodporn: Bliss House Theme Restaurant!”

Travel-diary: Salzach River, Salzburg Austria

Along Makartsteg, a bridge over the Salzach River: It is the ‘Pont Neuf’ of Salzburg’s city centre, where lovers lock down physical embodiments that signify the fidelity of their love. Makartsteg Bridge was named after the 19th century Historicist painter Hans Makart, born and raised in Salzburg, who became famous as a painter of the VienneseContinue reading “Travel-diary: Salzach River, Salzburg Austria”