decided to start this when I was transiting to my second career which I have yet to find (ie jobless). I love travelling since young but did not have the chance until I started working. While I am travelling and doing my uni in Australia, I started to pick up photography to capture the moments. As I grew older, I also develop the passion for food and drinks.
Thus, travelling + photography + food and drinks = eat.drink.for.life
As you can see, this blog will be on food and drinks I discovered when travelling and also interesting findings (including recipes) I stumbled upon. Yes, I do travel to eat and when planning for my trips I always research on what are the great food available before all the “must-visit” places 🙂
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