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Charisse Calderon

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Charisse is currently in the middle of studying her (very long) double degree in Communications and Law. As a self-declared foodie and social media lurker, you will most likely find her at a local café or restaurant chowing down her latest meal – after taking at least 20 different photos of it. As a lover of life, adventure, travel and dessert, Charisse believes life is too short not to have that cronut.

Guide to Port Stephens

If you’re up for a little winter holiday in NSW but are not necessarily up for braving the snow and ski resorts, Port Stephens...

Guide to Mudgee: Part Two, The Wine

A visit to Mudgee is not complete without immersing one’s self in the region’s rich culture of winemaking, which has earned Mudgee its spot...

Guide to Mudgee: Part One, The Town

For those of us who have grown up in the hustle and bustle of city life, there’s nothing quite like escaping to a charming...

5 Things You Should Know About Champagne

Over a month has passed since we welcomed 2016 with open arms. The New Year celebrations are done and dusted, but that's not to...

Smooth Festival of Chocolate

Every few months, a new study seems to emerge in the debate about the health benefits (and detriments) of chocolate. Some people say dark...

The New Look P&O Pacific Jewel

Stepping onboard a P&O cruise ship is like being transported to an entirely different world.  Just the mere sight of a ship in all its...

XS Espresso, Wetherill Park, Sydney

Sugar-packed milkshakes are all the rage right now. Whenever news breaks of a new place serving up these delicious bad boys, dessert fanatics flock to...
El Loco Apple Pie Margarita and Fried Chicken

We’re Going Loco for El Loco’s Winter Specials (Surry Hills, Sydney)

When you find yourself in a place with colourful streamers hanging from the ceiling and murals featuring images of cacti, Frida Kahlo and skulls...

Best Cafes Around Rosebery/Alexandria

Around Sydney, you tend to be spoiled for choice when it comes to places to dine. In different suburbs, you’re likely to find a...

Washoku Lovers Kitchen: Tanabata Cooking Class

According to Japanese legend, the lovers Orihime and Hikoboshi (captured in the stars Vega and Altair) are separated by the Milky Way – only...

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