I travel the world, eating incredible food and seeing amazing images that I would love to share.
For years I have been an avid fan of meeting new people, experiencing new cultures and tasting new foods.

Along the way I have marveled at cultural differences and beliefs, different diets and farming principles, different architecture, approaches and spin on the same thing!

This is an eclectic mix of what I see, hear, feel, experience and love.

If you see yourself in a photo please take it as a compliment. I trust you will find the mood of what I am trying to portray in the imagery of the photo. I am happy to provide the original to you so just send me an email.

Follow my fun and adventurous travels and leave comments. I trust you will feel inspired like I do.


Covid-19 Day #52

Monday 15th March 2020  For the first time I use the words “ I am out of work”. It’s almost an oxymoron when you work for yourself because you leave…

Covid 19 Day #50

Friday 13th March 2020 One of the weirdest days that I can recall. I woke to the news like a domino series, that the World Surf Pro at Coolangatta was…

O’Sushi Coolangatta

Synonomous with healthy eating, beach side dining and long standing awards and reputation is Coolangatta’s Japanese favourite, OSushi. Whilst this restaurant has a sushi train it is far from just…

Bread and Butter, Milford NZ

Bread and Butter Milford is a great little breaky place. Downtown Takapuna isn’t worth raving about but step back a few beachs/bends and blocks and find Bread n Butter. In…

3 Free things to do in Devonport Auckland

Devonport on a Sunday 1. Visit Mt Victoria  Overlooking the charming area and suburbs of Devonport it Mt Victoria. Set up as a battalion base in the wars it now…

Wine Touring from Auckland

It’s a typical Auckland winter’s spring day – cold, wind, rain, sun! All the seasons every hour. We head off to explore west of Auckland and the local wineries. There…

Stonyridge Vineyard Waiheke Island

Stonyridge Vineyard and restaurant Perched about 20 minutes via car from the ferry at Waiheke is Stonyridge Vineyard. It is a magnificent looking vineyard and in summer boasts a vine…

Mudbrick Winery, Waiheke

Mudbrick winery Waiheke Situated on Waiheke Island – a 45 minute ferry ride from Auckland – is Mudbrick Wineries, just past Jurrasic Ridge. It is one of the closest to…

Ponsoby, Food Central Auckland

Coming back from the airport and eager to eat we stop into the very popular and funky suburb of Auckland called Ponsoby.  Right on the fringe of the CBD this…

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