Monthly Archives: October 2011

Little Saigon Grill – Brisbane

I’ve been a regular at the Little Saigon Grill since they first opened a couple of years ago (I actually can’t believe how much time has passed, but such is life I suppose!).  I was admittedly a sceptic, as I’ve … Continue reading

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Fresh Sushi Co. – Brisbane

Mr Ana and I have strolled past Fresh Sushi Co a number of times, but never at the right time for lunch – it was always just after having breakfast or very late in the afternoon. Since I had the … Continue reading

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Wasabi Restaurant – Noosa

As you may have read previously, Mr Ana and I are fairly picky when it comes to Japanese food and end up decontructing each dish we eat to try to figure out how to cook it. I enjoy going to … Continue reading

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The Gallery Restaurant – Chiang Mai

Our concierge at D2 recommended that we have dinner at The Gallery – a restaurant set in a traditional teak building over 100 years old.  The Gallery is set along Ping river, the main river in Chiang Mai. We really … Continue reading

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Dusit D2 Hotel – Chiang Mai

While planning our visit to Chiang Mai as part of our trip to Thailand, we trawled through Tripadvisor to find our accommodation.  So many options available, it was confusing – but we finally chose Dusit D2. Dusit D2 is located … Continue reading

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Elephant Nature Park – Chiang Mai

When planning our trip to Thailand, Mr Ana had one simple request.  He wanted to visit Thai elephants, and NOT go somewhere that encourages people to ride them like a tourist attraction.  Mr Ana adores animals, and it was the … Continue reading

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Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School – Chiang Mai

We had a few things planned while we were in Chiang Mai, and one of them was a cooking class at the Chiang Mai Thai Cookery School.  Mr Ana and I have always been interested in food and cooking (and … Continue reading

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