Tag Archives: Sundays

Siurana – travelling to the edge of the world

Siurana – travelling to the edge of the world

A haven for climbers and walkers alike, this dreamy village nestled under the gaze of Serra de Montsant, Gritella and Muntanyes de Prades is a unique way to spend a day, whether it be summer or winter. With many hiking options and a small artisan village, Siurana certainly provides some of the most spectacular viewsContinue Reading

Options for a not-so-lazy local Sunday in Mexico City

Options for a not-so-lazy local Sunday in Mexico City

Sundays in Mexico City are some of my favorites, especially in spring. The streets are quieter, yet still brimming with life. And the options…oh the options are abounding -and often for little or no pesos. For starters: Walk Reforma Avenida Reforma is one of the main thoroughfares in the city—and it is gorgeous in itsContinue Reading

Food for the soul

Food for the soul

Sunday is my favourite day, when routine and work are thrown out the window in favour of a different kind of experience – often revolving around food. A few Sundays ago I went with my dad and a few mates (Sally, Rommel and Raz) to celebrate Buddha’s mum’s birthday with a vegan lunch at theContinue Reading

Slow dancing in Tempe

Slow dancing in Tempe

I love that Sydney is full of surprises. With so many cultures in one city, there is always something enticing and unexpected bubbling away below its sleek and polished surfaces. Like the Concordia Club in Tempe, for example. If you’ve ever wondered where you can go to do the chicken dance, then a slow waltz,Continue Reading

It’s Sunday, why don’t you go to the farmers’ market

It’s Sunday, why don’t you go to the farmers’ market

Sunday is without a doubt my favourite day of the week. Saturdays are usually full of errands and social engagements, but Sundays are my day. It’s the day where I get to indulge in a beautiful self-practice at the shala (I’m a yogi) and a little sleep-in after a week of super early morning starts.Continue Reading

Sundays, family and revolution

Sundays, family and revolution

[ENGLISH + ESPAÑOL] If you ever find yourself in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico on a Sunday afternoon, you might notice there are a lot of families about. Restaurants are full with them, parks are bustling with kids running around and even a few main arteries of the city are closed for the morning, transforming into the “ViaContinue Reading

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