Those golden arches. I’ve seen them before. I can’t help myself as I levitate under them. It’s happened again. More recently I’ve noticed the alarming recurrence of visiting another McDonalds on my travels. But upon more reflection, I’m entirely comfortable with this, and here’s why.
I’m now halfway through my time in Kiev, Ukraine and it’s definitely left quite an impression. For a destination that I defined as being scary and intrepid, I’ve felt safe, comfortable and pleased during my time. So before everything wraps up, here what I’ve found […]
I’m writing this post from Kiev, where I managed to slip in a week before my journey home. Ukraine was a country that seemed mystical, and a bit more faraway than the rest of Europe. It’s one of the few European countries you need to get a separate visa for (if you’re a New Zealander or an Australian). Here’s my experience of the whole Ukraine tourist visa on arrival process.
Tens, tens, tens across the board. If you ever want to know what time most restaurants close in downtown Toronto it’s generally that. For that reason we found ourselves in Chinatown, and Dumpling House Restaurant, which is closed Tuesdays but open until 11pm on all […]
The soft-serve stylings of iHalo Krunch with their unmissable charcoal-black cones was actually impressive. There’s a lot of hipster qualities that might feel off putting but there is some delicious stuff to be had here.
Fish and chips and Asian food? This sounds too much like my childhood. Vicky’s Fish & Chips is one of Toronto’s answers to when you have two food type cravings. We headed up to the road to Roncesvalles Avenue for a cheap and delightful dinner.
There comes a time when it’s all over and you need to send all your belongings back home to New Zealand. How did you acquire this much crap!? Here’s my little overview of how I got my things from London to home.