I’ve lived in Napa Valley, California for six months now. I moved here to learn more about wine and get my feet wet in the US wine industry. I work for one of THE best wineries, and I’m so grateful for that. While I’m living here, I’m planning to see a lot more of California, and hopefully get to Oregon, Washington, and maybe Vancouver in the next few months. Continue reading
You know that feeling you get when you’re on your last day of vacation?
You’re trying to soak up the sun one last time, but you feel restless on the beach because in just a few hours, you’re going to have to head home.
You start thinking of the upcoming week and all the things you have to do back in “reality,” and you have a bit of a bittersweet feeling. You might let out a sigh and think “Ah, well, this has been wonderful, but it’s time to head home.”
That feeling describes how I felt when I got back to Melbourne this time around. Continue reading
Wine tours can be great! You have a designated driver, you have the whole day planned out for you, and all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy the wine!
Wine tours are a lot of fun, but sometimes it is even more exciting to plan a day in wine country on your own. You can hand-pick the wineries, stay as long as you want at each one, and have the flexibility to change your plans as you go.
I just came back to Australia after spending a couple of months traveling in Southeast Asia. To say it was unlike anywhere I’ve ever been before is an understatement. It was a whole other world to me. I learned so much during my time there, and I have some takeaways that I feel are important to share with first-timers heading over to SE Asia: