It’s been lovely to spend 2 weeks catching up with Leckie’s family and friends. We are so lucky that his parents live just outside Melbourne in the Yarra Valley tourist zone. Between all the catch ups and introductions, we had a chance to see some of what’s on offer for tourists in the area.
Phew. It’s starting to heat up!! I’ve no idea how hot it actually is, just that this week is hotter than the last. My guess would be low 30s.
Not a day goes by here in Mawlamyine without something amazing, curious or even slightly bizarre happening. After we finished class and went for a sunset wander on Wednesday evening, we returned to a phone call telling us to get ready ASAP as a car was coming to collect us to see something ‘Spiritual’.
I have a habit of having to taste-test every beer I encounter at least once. For some like Slovenia’s Laško, or Australia’s own Foster’s, once is more than enough. However every now and again on this noble quest I come across something great (or at least half decent). Something which requires several taste-tests, and inevitably results in a great night, some new friends whose names I can’t remember and a punishing hangover.
As we are currently in Thailand, here is my Thailand beer review in order from best to worst.
There’s no shortage of London guides online. But once you’ve done the museums, been to Westminster and taken a spin on the London Eye, what next?
The below is a list of things that I’ve enjoyed whilst living in London over the last 6 years. So here’s my see London guide.