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Emma

Here is the english version of my now famous “Fallait demander” ; soon to come as a book with other stories :

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Preorders available here or here or here ^_^

Thanks Una from unadtranslation.com for the translation 🙂

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Jamie’s Italian, Parramatta, Sydney

My friends and I walked right in without a reservation. The restaurant is close to the city center, public transport and parking so it was fairly busy even for a weeknight. We shared a pizza, ravioli, aranchini and polenta chips for dinner, which were the perfect size to share and tasted divine. It’s nice to have a wide range of vegetarian options and authentic Italian. They claim to use local produce and honestly,  the flavours were simple but fullbodied. Their cocktails are pricey but damn good and their desserts are truly satisfying. I loved the baked vanilla cheesecake. 

Highly recommend this restaurant. 

Disclaimer: This review was also posted on TripAdvisor. This blog has no affiliation with TripAdvisor. I just share my experiences to spread the love to fellow travelers.

Faifo Coffee, Hoi An

​Stumbled across Faifo exactly when we needed refreshments and airconditioning. Three levels of comfy sofas, rustic aesthetic an excellent coffee. The rooftop has spectacular views of Hoi An (but it’s a bit too hot in the searing sun, try the rooftop terrace at dusk and into the night). The iced coffee is drip filtered and theatrical, and the iced chocolate is thirst quenching. The wifi is fast, bathrooms clean and staff helpful. Definitely recommend for a good cafe spot. 

Disclaimer: This review was also posted on TripAdvisor. This blog has no affiliation with TripAdvisor. I just share my experiences to spread the love to fellow travelers.

Cong Caphe, Hanoi

Very well priced,  attentive service, crowded with locals and tourists. The Saigon coffee was sublime- refreshing, sweet and flavoursome.  My friend had the coconut milk and chocolate smoothie and raved about it. She said it was smooth and tasted real. My other friend had the iced milk tea and loved it, sweet and cooling. 

The atmosphere is awesome;  it’s hip, trendy and cozy. Just across the road from St Josephs Cathedral, it offers wifi and aircon. The store right at the famous Hoan Kiem intersection in the Old Quarter has levels of seating.
Disclaimer: This review wss posted on TripAdvisor. This blog, however, has no affiliation with TripAdvisor. I share my experiences both here and on TripAdvisor to help spread the love to fellow travelers. 

Chrone

CHRONE- Graphic Novel

 

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We’re over halfway to our goal of $6000, to fund our project Chrone. 

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