st week was Wellington Heritage week, an opportunity to see inside familiar and not so familiar houses and buildings around the city. This year I managed to get to see three listed heritage buildings in Thorndon. It was a gloriously sunny day, so lovely to walk through the Botanic Gardens to see the three houses open for the event.
So for today’s Wordless Wednesday post….here are some pairs of fruits and vegetables! A bit different for Thistles and Kiwis, … More
From stormy weather to glorious sunshine, this has been a week of real changeable spring weather, marking the new season.
I’m about to enter a very busy period, with a mix of work trips, the New Zealand Film Festival and … More
It’s time once again for a round up of this week’s small pleasures, and once again, food features. The week … More
It’s that time again for a round up of a few small pleasures from the week. Coming to you a day early again as I am off up to Rotorua.
With only a four day week at work this week, Wednesday becomes the new Thursday. Well, kind of in that … More
One of my favourite podcasts is Desert Island Dishes, and since I am at home again today, Friday, I’m spending … More
With the death toll in Christchurch having risen to 50 since my last post, and a country still in shock, it is at times like this that we have to remember the good things in life. We need to think about the small pleasures that bring smiles to our faces and joy to our hearts.
So here we are with the third in the occasional series This week’s eats. First up, some olive oil brought back … More