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11
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I know what you must be thinking, eating Japanese udon and chicken Karaage in Paris?? Well, the husband had gone for a football match and I was out wandering on my own. Our first trial with Airbnb couldn’t have been a better location in the 1eme, a stone’s throw from the Louvre and smacked right […]

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10
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(Picture: gorgeous padi fields in Bali circa 2010) Well, there’s much more to trailing spouse insecurities, alienation and displacement. I’ve been travelling and relocating for work myself before I decided to take the plunge (with very cold feet admittedly!) and give up the life as I knew it to move to Macau over two years […]

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08
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The thing about working, travelling and living in so many places in this life time – yes we are fortunate souls gifted with endless opportunities – you always leave a part of yourself in that city or pieces of yourself with people who become such good friends, you call them your extended family. And Heidi […]

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Sometime last year I took a map making class on skillshare with Prêt à Voyager and through her blog and social channels, I learnt about the Set in Paris movie tours. I’ve been to Paris over dozens of times and visit annually – there’s always good old friends to see and favourite spots to hangout, but the […]

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05
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Well, if there’s anything on the eat list in Marrakech, it has to be the local authentic Méchoui, which is a whole sheep or lamb either spit roasted on a BBQ or slow slow cooked underground in these giant kilns that look like tandoori ovens. An anchor dish in North Africa, the name of dish comes […]

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