Hola! Thanks for stopping by.
Like so many, I love to travel and I love to eat great food. It’s the new experiences and discoveries that drive me to keep on travelling. I crave adventure, and will go certifiably crazy if I don’t have a trip booked to somewhere, anywhere. As long as I know for certain that there’s travel booked in the future, everything (and everyone) will be okay.
I enjoy learning about new cultures, find humour in every day things, seek out great gourmet indulges, whether generated in my kitchen, from a street vendor, in an unassuming cafe, or at a fine dining exquisite and expensive restaurant. I’m a people watcher and at times, a social commentator. Of course, shopping has to get a mention, after all, I am a woman. I really enjoy checking out supermarkets in foreign countries too – it’s not weird!
I hope my blog takes you on a journey with me – everyone’s welcome, the more the merrier I say! If you crack a smile, laugh out loud, gasp in shock, screw your face up in grotesqueness, widen your eyes in anticipation and excitement, start drooling over food photos and descriptions, or feel warm and fuzzy inside, then this blog has done its job.
I started blogging in 2007 – my first blog was called ‘Living the Dream’. My dream now is to keep blogging about the things I love, become a professional blogger and earn a living from my writing.
I worked part time as a waitress and bar staff through my University days. Now, I work in public relations for myself and have worked in London, Melbourne and Perth in Formula 1, tourism, events, hospitality, and for the government. I love to write, but it is writing for you that gives me the most satisfaction.
Born to Italian parents, I’m originally a Melbourne girl who has lived in Canberra, Sydney, London, Rome for a short time, before finally adopting Perth, Western Australia as home.
Married to a wonderful husband of Greek heritage, you will find many references to ‘Zorba’ in my posts. We share a passion for food and now Zorba shares my passion for for travelling and travelling in Italy. He can be the ‘spending police’ at times – which is probably a good thing because if I could, I reckon I’d win a gold medal for Australia with my spending skills.
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Happy reading x