Waste Removal Sydney

Waste Removal Sydney

Aug 30, 2013

Paul Doyle started his working life as many youngsters do, working up some extensive hours as a waiter and bartender in busy eating spots around Sydney. As a hospitality employee he saw the major role waste management plays in business and upon business-owners considerations and this is what sparked his...

This Week’s Recipe

This Week’s Recipe

Aug 28, 2013

Go ahead, make Dad’s day Scrambled Egg, Spicy Stewed Tomatoes, Sweet Corn and Spring Onion Tortilla Wow Dad with this Scrambled Egg, Spicy Stewed Tomatoes, Sweet Corn and Spring Onion Tortilla Make Dad feel like a king this Father’s Day with a surprise home-cooked breakfast that the kids can...

Borneo Day 7

Borneo Day 7

Aug 5, 2013

For our last day at Gaya Island resort, we both ordered an omelet. Over here they make an omelet in a very small pan and wrap it in the pan to finish cooking. There is very little seasoning to the food so we needed to include pepper and salt for flavour. After breakfast we headed off to snorkel in the...

Borneo Day 6

Borneo Day 6

Aug 4, 2013

Woke up at 8.45 after a peaceful sleep, to the sounds of the jungle, and set off to the restaurant for breakfast. Quite a good variety of food, I finally had some Kway Teaw which is one of my favourites? It was quite nice with a little bit of chilli added to give it more flavour. Then we headed off to the ...

Borneo Day 5

Borneo Day 5

Aug 3, 2013

We have enjoyed our time in Kota Kinabula at Le Meridien but it is time to leave and go to Gaya Island Resort. Before we leave Le Meridian, Fiona (the General Manager) has suggested we try the special menu prepared by their Michelin star chef for breakfast we had Spinach & Buckwheat Creap and Oat...

Borneo Day 4

Borneo Day 4

Aug 1, 2013

Today we headed off to Donggongon town in Penampang to visit the Tamu, the weekly open market which began in the 1800′s. The market traditionally operates on Thursday and Friday, other markets from other areas open other days. John showed us many fruits and vegetables that we have never seen before...

Borneo Day 3

Borneo Day 3

Aug 1, 2013

Today we went on the Heritage Steam Train run. this was a little like a reenactment of bygone days. The track was built in 1903 by the British but the train was manufactured in 1955 to accommodate steam, the fleet of three are part of the only few wood burners left in the world. On arrival we were issued...

Borneo Day 2

Borneo Day 2

Jul 31, 2013

After a good nights sleep, breakfast in the hotel and the special eye opener drink I was ready for the day. After being picked up from the hotel, we went to the market to buy food for our cooking class. At the markets we were shown how to desiccate coconuts manually and you wouldn’t believe what the...

Borneo Day 1

Borneo Day 1

Jul 30, 2013

After a long restless nights flight we arrived in Kota Kinabalu safely and were greeted by our guide John. We had a few hours to rest and look around , so we decided we would partake in the hotel Meridian breakfast, it was a beautiful spread but as we were late a lot of the food had been there for a while...

Bali on the Map for Vibrational Cuisine

Bali on the Map for Vibrational Cuisine

Jul 1, 2013

If your planning a sunny escape this winter, Bali has just upped its game  thanks to Martin Büchele, as he has just put Bali’s Spa Village Resort, Tembok on the map as the next best place to go for a restful and restorative retreat as it is now offering the goodness of the vibrational cuisine...

SEO Sydney

SEO Sydney

Jun 28, 2013

How are your google rankings? Claire Felices interviews Stewart Dawes of Atomic Digital, one of Sydney’s leading digital marketing and social media management companies about SEO and the challenges businesses in Australia face online … Claire:  Why is SEO more important in 2013-15 than...

Men’s Boxer Shorts, The Truth!

Men’s Boxer Shorts, The Truth!

Jun 27, 2013

Mens Boxer Shorts, The Truth. Being a guy is hard, we have to make a lot of tough decisions when getting ready to go out. What shall I eat when I get there, is the new superman movie as good as it looks? This inevitably leads to remembering you must work on your ‘Bane’ accent, ‘No one cared who I was...

12 Must Visit Wineries in the Hunter Valley

12 Must Visit Wineries in the Hunter Valley

Jun 14, 2013

The Hunter Valley has always been a great place to visit, however they’ve never been more spectacular in terms of choice of adventurous activities, world conquering wines and spectacular accommodation than now. We wanted to take a look at 12 of the best wineries in the region for you so you can have some...

Darwin to Uluru – An Unforgiving Road Trip

Darwin to Uluru – An Unforgiving Road Trip

Mar 29, 2013

Uluru, commonly known as Ayers Rock, is one of Australia’s most recognisable landmarks, but the trip there is not to be underestimated. Located at the southern end of Australia’s centrally situated Northern Territory, Uluru is about 450 km away from Alice Springs, the nearest large town. The...

Top Three Romantic Escapes in Tasmania

Top Three Romantic Escapes in Tasmania

Mar 5, 2013

Tasmania makes the perfect setting for a romantic escape, and with so many beautiful areas to see you could do a lot worse than visit Tassie for your next romantic getaway. Everyone, at some point, wants to get away from it all and create lasting memories with a loved one in a scenic destination. One of the...