A trip to Berowra Waters Inn is a journey, you might even call it a pilgrimage almost. It takes commitment and planning. Located along the Hawkesbury River, it’s a one hour drive north of Sydney leaving the confines of suburbia. Even when you get there, the journey is not quite over. The only way to get to the front door of this place is by boat, or if you have the cash to burn, by seaplane. And if its location doesn’t say ‘exclusive’ enough, to top it off, it’s only open for lunch on Friday-Saturday, and dinner for Friday and Saturday.Read More
It’s just shy of the onset of winter – and for any readers who live in Sydney, with the chills and strong winds that we’ve been experiencing lately, I’m sure you’ll agree that winter came early this year! So what better way to escape reality than to relive a food memory from my recent Bali trip.
This was my first visit to Bali. I had previously kept Bali somewhere towards the bottom of my to-travel-to list owing to years of media exposure giving me the impression that all I would find there would be hoards of surfie-type backpackers with braided hair all donning the pseudo-Bali holiday uniform – the Bintang Beer singlet. Let’s just say itRead More