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Wheels of Experience

When I was a child there seemed to be a persistent idea that New Zealand had no history, no stories worth telling. Sure, I learnt about Kate Sheppard, Sir Edmund Hillary and The Treaty of Waitangi (never Te Tiriti note) … Continue reading

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Little Kitchen Club

Nestled inside a warm and cosy Grey Lynn home you’ll find Little Kitchen Club. It’s not the sort of place where you can just rock on up but instead a special experience tailored especially for you and five friends. You … Continue reading

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Dining at The Store

  Who do you desire most? A perfectly ripe avocado? Salmon, gravlaxed, smoked, raw? Capers, or should I say salty balls of magic, Soft shell crab, fresh from Masu? Mushrooms, drenched in garlic and butter, Cheese, soft, smooth, stinky, creamy… … Continue reading

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Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones

I couldn’t go to Sticks, Stones, Broken Bones but it sounded amazing – shadow puppetry? comedy? kids show? All scream ‘this will be great!!!’ to me. Then it occurred to me – I have kid sisters, I could send them … Continue reading

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Earlier this year I won a competition to be the official blogger for the New Zealand Comedy Fest. It was a huge surprise for me to win and quite exciting. I got to head to a handful of shows and … Continue reading

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There’s something special about reading a book, the pages crisp and excited to see you for the first time or lightly crumpled with the memory of those who have flicked through the pages before. These days between work and uni, reading … Continue reading

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Babel (Words)

There was once one language, a common speech shared by all humans. Together humans decided that they would build a tower that would reach the heavens and thereby make their name and unify all humanity. This tower was called Babel. … Continue reading

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