3 of the best … Desserts in Australia

3 of the best … DESSERTS … in Australia Writing this post seriously made my mouth water! I am doing a post each month for PerelinColors where I showcase 3 of my favourite things here in Australia. And this month, it’s desserts!! I don’t often blog about food, but I thought this would be fun. […]

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Impressions from Jagalchi fish market

Busan, South Korea’s second largest city, is at the Southern end of Korea. Super fast KTX trains make it possible to cover the distance from Seoul in a swift and comfortable three hours ride. As a harbour town complete with seaside hotel blocks, it’s a major draw for Korean travellers. But even if crowded beaches […]

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Travels transform a picky eater

I am very fond of eating and I believe I have always been, in my own way. For many years, my parents used to tease me with a picture from my “bunny period”, a time at the age of seven or eight when my drawings depicted a family of upright-walking, human-like bunnies. The one they […]

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Three things I learned in Amsterdam

The Dutch know how to make their homes comfortable. Thanks to the Dutch habit of living without curtains and window blinds, we were able to peek at wooden book shelves, inviting armchairs and lights so yellow that you would think they have not yet stopped selling light bulbs in the Netherlands.

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Breakfast is bliss

The latest entry in our “Dictionary of culinary delights to try in Germany” is dedicated to the most important meal of the day: Frühstück (breakfast). While our southern European neighbors may limit their breakfast to five minutes, a coffee and croissant, it can – on special occasions – be an hour-long ritual in Germany.

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