Tag Archives: Walking Tour

Meandering the Masala Trail in Dandenong in Melbourne

Meandering the Masala Trail in Dandenong in Melbourne

Meandering the Masala Trail in Dandenong in Melbourne provides a taste of Little India in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan countries. Nowhere is Australia’s ethnic diversity felt more than in multicultural Melbourne and outer-suburb Dandenong where 55% of residents are from 156 different countries. Meandering the Masala Trail in...
Cooking with Poo — A Walking Tour of Klong Toey Markets

Cooking with Poo — A Walking Tour of Klong Toey Markets

“Isaan people eat everything!” Poo tells our small group as we negotiate the muddy paths of frenetic Klong Toey market on a walking tour to purchase ingredients for our Cooking with Poo experience and the Thai cooking lessons to follow at Saiyuud Diwong’s Helping Hands Thai...
A Walk Along the Berlin Wall

A Walk Along the Berlin Wall

At the end of our street in Prenzlauer Berg lies sprawling Mauerpark or ‘Wall Park’, which the Berlin Wall once ran through and where a buzzy flea market is held every Sunday. Several beautiful books in our apartment comparing ‘before’ (the Wall) and ‘after’ (the...
Kraków After Dark – Images from the Old City

Kraków After Dark – Images from the Old City

‘Twas the night before Christmas and given that Kraków locals take their Christmas traditions earnestly, we decided that we had to check out Midnight Mass at the churches in the Old City. The churches were bursting at the seams and the singing and the atmosphere were...
A Walking Tour of the Old City of Kraków

A Walking Tour of the Old City of Kraków

I love Krakow. It’s one of my favourite European cities. Stunningly beautiful, this walled city is rich in history, with splendid architecture and lovely squares, and a largely pedestrianised centre that’s a delight to stroll. And it’s a city made for walking. This is one city...
A Retro Walk Back in Time in Present Day Budapest

A Retro Walk Back in Time in Present Day Budapest

“What period do you think we are speaking about when we talk of ‘Retro Budapest’,” my guide, Bálint Horváth from Unique Budapest asks me. “Um, the 1950s and ’60s…?” I suggest. “No. Not really… not for us. It’s the 1970s and ’80s,” he says. I take a retro...