Perth Day 8 – Part 1 Swan Valley

The Swan Valley is Western Australia’s oldest wine region. It’s just 25 minutes from the city. SwanValley is a one stop area for wine, food, art, scenery and nature. A major attraction is the Swan Valley Food and Wine Trail – a 32 kilometre loop taking in more than 150 attractions including wineries, lively breweries,Continue reading “Perth Day 8 – Part 1 Swan Valley”

Dinner at Amici Greenhills

Since Amici was bought by the former owners of Red Ribbon from the Salesians of Don Bosco they’ve gone on an expansion boom. They’ve improved on the menu and the restaurant’s interiors while maintaining and even improving on the taste of the food. We went there on Friday, May 8 one day after they opened.Continue reading “Dinner at Amici Greenhills”

Dinner at Cafe de Coral

When you’re in Hong Kong and you want a fast, cheap and filling meal go to your nearest branch of Cafe de Coral. They’re the biggest chain of Chinese fast food. They have pretty good food too. They constantly have new dishes as well as old time favorites. You order in the front where theContinue reading “Dinner at Cafe de Coral”

Red Mango at SM Megamall

Red Mango is a frozen yogurt chain founded in South Korea in 2002, that has gained popularity in the United States. The company is known for using natural ingredients in making “authentic frozen yogurt” that is both tart and creamy. (from Wikipedia) Red Mango is now in Manila. Their first 2 branches are at theContinue reading “Red Mango at SM Megamall”

Sad Saturday Lunch

It’s 1:00 pm and I just finished a long conversation. I was thinking about what to have for lunch when I came across a blog entry featuring hot chocolate. Oprah said Mariebelle hot chocolate was one of her favorite things. If Oprah said it’s good then it must be true. Unfortunately I don’t have Oprah’sContinue reading “Sad Saturday Lunch”