Now I’m no binocular-clad bird-nerd, but who doesn’t enjoy wandering around peacock-filled gardens on a Sunday morning?
Modern setting, traditional Balinese at Mr Wayan
A favourite haunt of long-term expats who have been permanently drawn to its laid-back allure, Ubud is home to an eclectic and varied culinary scene. French, Thai, Italian, Japanese, Mexican – there’s no shortage of international influences spilling out onto crowded laneways or tucked away in luxurious resort restaurants. What can be surprisingly difficult to […]
Three quick trips to take from Bali
With over 17,000 islands to explore, Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelagic nation and the delight of intrepid travellers from across the globe. While many Aussies opt for the laid-back beach bars of Bali, there are countless adventures just a quick boat or plane ride away, offering a taste of Indonesia that will leave you […]
An insider’s guide to eating in Ubud
Hailed as Bali’s cultural and artistic capital, the mountainous village of Ubud is also home to some of the island’s most coveted culinary gems.
Going local at the 2016 Ubud Food Festival
Over the past year, I’ve been based in Ubud working – amongst other things – as the publicist for the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, the Bali Emerging Voices Festival and the newly launched Ubud Food Festival.
Corn, bacon and prawn chowder
We love anything corn-related in this household, so it’s little surprise that I go for this dish when I’m in the mood for some comfort eating.