Vivid Festival – Sydney

To say that I was excited about visiting Sydney is an understatement. Somehow I felt like a local from day one – I think the fact that I had a whole flat thorugh AirBnb made it feel like I actually live there. I did groceries and cooked, got used to public transport, I picked up the pace of the city …

Rottnest Island – Western Australia

The minute I booked my flight from Budapest to Perth in Western Australia, I started researching Perth must-see attractions. Honestly, I was not that excited about Perth itself, I was mainly flying to the West coast for the roadtrip up to Exmouth. I liked King’s Park and I was embarrassingly happy to have Nando’s again as I missed its sauces a lot. …

20-minute Chocolate and Coffee Fondant

I am sure it is not only me who watches Masterchef Professionals religiously and wishes she could cook and bake such masterpieces. I always thought in order to create the perfect fondant  – that is runny in the middle – must be a challenge only professionals can complete successfully. Not anymore – this recipe from the BBC website is so easy, …

Thailand In September – Phi Phi Second Part

The following couple of days we decided to take trips to beaches further away from the village. Long Beach, Loh Ba Gao, Loh Moo Dee. They took about 20 maximum 45 minutes walk. We took a boat (70-80 baht) on the way back. You can see the sinister sky – monsoon arrived 2 days later. TIP about Bomaboo Island (Koh …

Thailand In September – Phi Phi First Part

After beautiful and empty Phuket, we were looking forward to Koh Phi Phi, as heard such mixed reviews from friends and family. Some swear it’s the ultimate paradise island, some find it commercialised, touristy, and would never go near it again. Honestly… You can always find hidden beaches, gems where you can be alone. Just gotta make an effort to find …