“Whether people are genuinely curious or casually racist, I know they usually just want to know the answer to one question: why aren’t I white?” I wrote a little something on casual racism, cultural identity and travel, check it out here.
I have a contradictory love-hate relationship with change. Sometimes I crave it – I crave the need for something new, for something different from the mundane everyday, something that shakes everything up. But I’m usually terrified of what may come with such change. For me, particularly, decisions are tough. They’re tough because more often than … More Embracing Change & Chasing Sunsets | Bali Adventures
India is such a polarising country, on one side of the road there are intricately sculptured buildings made of marble and on the other side of the road there are poverty stricken beggars. Slums have satellite dishes and most people have wifi but no access to running water. Despite not having the luxuries Western countries … More A Video Diary | India Adventures
You know a cafe is good when it’s filled with people. When there’s a line of hungry customers (waiting for food glorious food) outside the door at 8:30am in the morning, the cafe must be great! After seeing the incredible instagram photos from XS Espresso in Wetherill Park, my two friends (ones who appreciate food and … More Food Worth The Wait | XS Espresso Review
Jayesslee, also known as Janice and Sonia Lee or “those Asian twins” (as they say they’ve been called) are a talented acoustic duo who started out like a lot of famous youtubers, with a video of themselves in their bedroom. Over the years, the Aussie twins’ musical abilities and melodies covering hit songs have led … More Two Girls, One Guitar | Jayesslee Review
Melbourne is nothing short of a wonderful city! In comparison to Sydney, it is very well designed and easy to get around, with free tram services frequently running around the city square. If you’re visiting Melbourne, be sure to check out the amazing places I did. Flinders Street Station lies on the corner of Flinders … More A Photo Essay | Melbourne Adventures
Photographs are my souvenirs. They capture and preserve a moment in time allowing me to look back and relive those memories! I enjoy photography, and I’m one of those people who takes a million shots of the same thing at slightly different angles just so I have different options to work with. Naturally, I have … More A Photobook of Memories | Photolane Review