Po’ Brothers is the sort of place you can easily station as your “go-to” eatery for dining out. The variety of options, affordable prices, and smart-casual dining room makes it an easy option all round. Upon my second visit, we decided to try a few things from their new menu, as well as some favourites that […]Read more "Po’ Brothers revisited"
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I have been blessed to have been able to attend a lot of foodie events this year, but Taste of Auckland definitely tops the list. This is not my first visit, and it gets better and better each time so you never feel like you’re re-living the previous years. My friend and I were lucky enough to […]Read more "Taste of Auckland 2016"
If there is one brand that I feel is the epitome of my own personal style, it would be Ted Baker. The simple, chic designs, the quality of the fabric, the florals, and the combination of cute with elegant is exactly the kind of look I love.Read more "Ted Baker"
Most likely you’ll find me wearing this outfit if this cold, sunny kind of weather keeps up, otherwise, it will be back to my “throw on whatever as fast and as lazily as possible” ensemble.Read more "Winter Lookbook"
Tucked in the corner of Victoria St is an urban farmers market, a florist, and a cafe all in one store under the name of Scarecrow. Their focus is on local produce and provide a range of healthy options for all your dietary requirements.Read more "Scarecrow"
Located a 1.5 hour drive away from Auckland Central is the Manukau Heads Lighthouse, a mini version of the Cape Reinga Lighthouse up north. The drive is scenic and calming as you drink in the views of the sprawling, rolling hills and swirl through the mountains, climbing higher and higher. If you’re a curious and slightly morbid […]Read more "Manukau Heads Lighthouse"