Visiting foodie friends overseas is such a joy and privilege, not only for a good catch up but sharing sumptuous bites and drinks is such a memory maker. Every time we visit our friends Charlie and Mike in Cirencester UK, they always introduce us to the latest food hot spots in their area.
Cabra-Vale Diggers in the South West Suburbs of Sydney has created a real buzz with the opening of dining precinct District 8, the newest and most exciting phase of the multi-million dollar redevelopment, one of the most progressive and ambitious projects to date for the club, which has enjoyed 93 years of heritage.
We stumbled upon Sushi Masa by accident and after our first dinner, we’ve decided to add this restaurant to our regular Nihonshoku destinations in Sydney’s ever changing inner west. The culinary delights here are very much spot on with the taste, texture and artistry of Japanese cooking.
Corregidor is one of the islands located in the mouth of Manila Bay. This island stands as a memorial fortress to all Filipino and American defenders who fought with the invading Japanese forces during World War ll. It was the most bombed and attacked island, second only to Malta during the war. Today, the historical island is one of the most popular day trip destinations from Manila.
When I think of Brooklyn, the first thing that comes to my mind is the Brooklyn Bridge that connects between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Without a doubt, this suspension bridge is one of my favourite spots in New York City, it can be crowded at times but the breathtaking Manhattan skyline, sunset and river views never fails to impress and there’s always something new waiting to be discovered at both ends of the bridge, and is a Mecca for foodies.
According to the national government agency, Cancer Australia, it is estimated that this year, 17, 500+ will be diagnosed with breast cancer and people living with breast cancer at the end of 2012 (diagnosed in the 5 years period 2008 to 2012 is 65, 900+. Breast cancer is the most fourth most common cause of death from cancer among females in 2017. (source Cancer Australia).
Now in its 5th year, The Sydney Italian Wine and Food Festival was back and this time at an even bigger venue, The Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve. All lovers of anything that is Italian were treated with a long fun-filled day of celebration.
August has always been one of our favourite months to visit Terrigal on the Central Coast of New South Wales. It’s nearing the end of the winter months and the weather is nice with lots of sunshine and cool sea breezes. At night though, the temperature drops, so a proper winter outfit is still advisable. We also find this time more relaxed and far less crowded as compared to the peak season.