Not an attempt to be fancy or french. This is simply a reminder to ourselves that life isn't always about the goal. That it isn't always about achievements or reaching that next level. To enjoy the journey is just as important. Otherwise you end up reaching that goal only to realize that you've missed out on something else. It's the little things.
I once heard a quote from a World Vision representative that the most dangerous thought is that, "people don't do anything because they can't see how a small contribution can help solve a big issue." Imagine the world as it is today if everyone thought that way.
We hope you enjoy our journey and maybe find that we have some things in common. After all, we love traveling and food - who doesn't?
10 things I have learned from travelling
I've been wanting to reflect on this for a while. I've learned so much while travelling but if I had to sum it up in 10 points ...
Phuket | Thailand
We were in need of a vacation full of R&R. This trip provided it in spades with stays at both the Anantara and Sri Panwa.
Ring of Kerry | Ireland
One of the most impressive and beautiful places I have ever been to. From the Guinness to the food to the incredible coast line views, Ireland is magical.
Hong Kong | Hong Kong
A trip back home with a week long stopover in Hong Kong. Food and heat, here we come!
Dubrovnik | Croatia
The mediterranean is one of my favorite places on earth. Croatia is one of the reasons why.
This past Christmas, we went to Japan where we enjoyed a cold, winter holiday with amazing food.
LB2 | Melbourne
The start to the morning is never complete for me without making a stop at LB2 for coffee.
Hammer&Tong | Melbourne
Fitzroy is chalk full of brunch spots and this one is a notable. Fantastic coffee at a spot where soft shell crabs are one of their specialties? We're in.
Shorain | Kyoto
I never thought of tofu as being the key to a gourmet meal... until this.
Beef in Japan | Japan
Japan, who knew you could do beef so well? Had one of my favorite meals of all time here.
Sushi Iwa, Tokyo
A meal that changed our definition of great sushi forever.