State Of The Dropout

It’s a bit over six months since I quit my job in Singapore and dropped out of the rat race for a more relaxed life in northern Thailand. Not.

8 years ago

International Street Food Festival: Elegant European Eats

Think of Europe and you usually think of cobblestone streets, cathedrals, long languid wine-soaked lunches and afternoon siestas. Food is, of course, a highlight of a visit to Europe.

8 years ago

International Street Food Festival: Fabulous Asian Finds

Asia is home to a thriving street food culture, with thousands upon thousands of street stalls selling an almost-infinite number of dishes. Some Asian street food dishes are famous.

8 years ago

International Street Food Festival: Eating The Unexpected

Most people travel with some cultural baggage, especially when it comes to food. If, like most Westerners, you think tea is for drinking, meat is for mains and stodge.

8 years ago

Four Months Without A Guidebook

Our dropout to northern Thailand has been a wonderful adventure – a series of wonderful adventures, really. And part of the fun has been doing it all without a.

8 years ago

Chiang Mai For Toddlers

Toddlers have a vastly different set of criteria for assessing the net worth of any activity. It’s a mysterious and complex algorithm that seems to factor in smiles, swings,.

8 years ago

Meet The Dropouts – Food Writer Robyn Eckhardt

For Robyn Eckhardt there was no “that’s it I’ve had it” moment, instead there was a slow realisation, shared with her husband, that they could build a more fulfilling life than the one they were living.

8 years ago

Anchors Aweigh!

We are preparing to set sail and that means downsizing and minimizing and otherwise cutting the ties we have here in Singapore. Most people we speak to are very.

8 years ago