Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Williamson Tea - A 'Proper' Tea Review

Williamson Tea*
Williamson Tea*
I love tea. Yes, I know that's stating the obvious but just because I love it doesn't mean there are things I dislike about it. Many mainstream brands sneakily get away with calling their drink 'tea' when really it's more like flavoured dust in a bag, a far flung, distant cousin of what tea should be. Today let me introduce you to good 'proper' tea. Williamson Tea creates both loose leaf and bags of loose tea how it is meant to be. Wholesome leaves stuffed full into biodegradable temple bags. Another thing I dislike with a cup of regular builders brew is that distinct aftertaste left in your mouth. Finally! Williamson Tea has made an after-taste-free drink. Instead you have a fresh tasting breakfast tea (or afternoon, evening or sneaky late-night tea) with no funny business.

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Doing my Regional work in Australia: Part 3 (Finale)

Doing my Regional Farmwork in Australia: Part 3
At last, the long overdue final instalment of my gruelling Aussie farmwork tales. We left off with me getting a glorious (not even being sarcastic) job at a potato farm sorting potatoes. I was there for 6 weeks and loved it.

Thursday, 11 February 2016

Book Swapping at the Little Library in Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne is the cultural capital of Australia (come on Sydney, you know it's true) and as you'd expect with such a title, it has many funky and unique places to explore. The Little Library at Melbourne's Central Station is one of these wacky magical finds.
The Little Library, Melbourne Central
The Little Library, Melbourne Central