Brisbane Festival is a busy time of year in my current household. There’s a lot to see and experience in two weeks, and a lot of drinks to be shared and networking to be made. It was also my first Brisbane Festival experience. So how was that experience? Pretty good! My first taste of the […]Read more "Finishing with a Bang! My summary of Brisbane Festival 2014"
Many moons ago now I started posting videos on YouTube with my good friends Jarrod and Matt. At first we started posting things that our little collaborative group (known as The Lazy Creations Group, which I guess is somewhat more like Monty Python than an actual business) had created. We’d been making some song parodies to […]Read more "Guess who’s back on the Tube?"
Melbourne is home to a number of fine drinking establishments, but one of my favourites is the whimsically designed Madame Brussels. This upstairs pleasure garden, with faux grass, lattice and ornate chairs, makes you feel like you’re walking into Alice’s Wonderland. Perched on Level 3 of 59 Bourke Street, this marvellous little Terrace has stunning […]Read more "50 Awesome Melbourne Things: Have A Drink With Melbourne’s Famous Madame"
Growing up with a family who doesn’t enjoy rides at theme parks, I never really craved Disneyland. But when an opportunity to visit the so-called “Happiest Place On Earth” popped up a few years ago, I thought why not. And the moment that big bus with Snow White on the side of it pulled up […]Read more "10 Things I’m Looking Forward To Doing On My Return To Disneyland"
There has been a massive gap between posting Part 1 of my Parisian Birthday adventures and this part, so I apologise for anyone that has been waiting for this. It’s been a massive cliff hanger for you! But I’m happy to report there were more joyous experiences on Day 2 of my adventure with my […]Read more "Let Me Eat Cake: My Parisian Birthday, Day 2"
When I left the US, early in 2012 at the end of an amazing one year exchange visa program, I spent my last night in NYC. It was actually one of the first times I’d stayed in the city itself since a cramped Air BnB experience in 2009. I didn’t want to. By that point […]Read more "My Triumphant Return To New York City."
I’ve always loved puppets. I grew up watching Sesame Street, I had a cardboard puppet theatre with a number of hand puppets that I was always putting shows on in my lounge room with, and we always checked to see if we’d got the right AV plugs on the TV and DVD player by testing […]Read more "Can 155 Puppets Reunite My Girlfriend and I in Disneyland?"