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Jenny Smith

Dino by ROA at the abandoned theme park Taman Festival Bali
Street art

Eat Spray Love, Part 1: Abandoned Theme Park, Bali

Beautiful Bali – the home of ancient temples, rice terraces and friendly, smiley people. After you’ve attempted your best down dog in Ubud, hopped over to the Gilis and hung out with the surfers in Canggu… what’s next? Welp, how about a creepy abandoned…

24 February, 2017
Karamiso ramen from Sendai Ramen Mokkori in Bangkok
Food and drink

Comfort Food: Ramen

I came late to the ramen party. Before I had my first taste in 2015, ramen was a noodly mystery to me – something I saw on American TV shows where packet versions were used to signify someone who was broke. I didn’t even know…

14 January, 2017
A close up of stir-fried green pak wan, garlic and mushrooms from Nahm, Bangkok
Food and drink

Fine dining in Bangkok – lunch at Nahm

There’s something a little obscene about splashing out on an expensive meal in Bangkok when good, cheap food is so readily available everywhere. From those fantastic portable street stalls hawking meat lollies, to the hole-in-the-wall vendors dishing out soups and stir fries, you can…

28 November, 2016
Chewing gum art painted yellow, blue and pink with the word London
Street art

Chewing gum: the hidden street art under your feet

The next time you’re in London and you want to check out some street art: Look down. You might find hidden artwork under your feet. These tiny masterpieces are the creation of Ben Wilson, AKA The Chewing Gum Man. And yes, those are gobbed…

17 November, 2016
The seafood salad from Papdakis Taverna is awesome
Food and drink

Crete in 6 dishes and drinks

I have a particularly gooey soft spot when it comes to Crete. It’s where some of my earliest (and happiest) family holiday memories were made. I remember watching costumed dancers at Greek Nights, listening intently to mythologies about the Minotaur, and spending long summer…

10 November, 2016