I’ve always had the notion of visiting Tasmania since finding out that my grandpa’s sister emigrated there as a young woman. That part of Australia, disconnected from the mainland, standing proud on its own. We only had 5 days there so we tried to do the best bits. Let me tell you about my experience and recommendations.
I am gushing over how good my Sunday has been. I received a very thoughtful Christmas present from my other half to attend a 3 hour cooking experience at Nick Nairn’s Cook School. Now as you all well know, I am a massive foodie and it felt great to be on the other side for a change – being the student instead of the teacher. However I don’t know much about Nick Nairn himself! So here’s what I’ve found out….
Picking a holiday this year has been hard, we both work hard and try to do a lot with our spare time that sitting down and talking about where we want to visit just never came to the forefront. Continue reading →
Now we live in the capital city, it was time to start grabbing every opportunity on our doorstep. I’d never been to a burns supper and I love haggis! I was really keen to do something for burns night to celebrate our national poet. Continue reading →