Easy & Healthy Date Balls

When we were in Singapore, our friend had made these absolutely delicious date balls as a snack. I asked her to send me the recipe and couldn’t believe how simple it is to make them at home. The recipe is really easy to modify yourself depending on your tastes. I’ve made them quite a few times now and they are a hit! I’ve brought them in to work and the girls love them and have asked for the recipe so I thought I would share with you guys too!

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The World’s Cheapest Michelin Star Meal

If you’re a big foodie, then you know that you can’t go to Singapore and not visit Hong Kong Soya Sauce Chicken Rice and Noodle, the world’s cheapest Michelin Star meal you can have! This little street food stall at a Hawker Centre in Chinatown is owned and run by Chan Hon Meng and in 2016, it became one of the first two street food locations in the world to be awarded a star in the Michelin Guide, which is pretty spectacular. 

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Things to Know Before Visiting the Ubud Monkey Forest

We last left off our story involving the cheeky Ubud monkeys after Ciaran and I ventured over to the Mini Mart to get some snacks to bring back to our hotel. As we make our way over to the Monkey Forest, plastic bag full of snacks and beer inside, a monkey sprints toward Ciaran, trying to steal our food! It’s terrifying. A guard walks up to us, chasing the monkey away with a stick and informs us that there is no way we can walk through the Monkey Forest with any type of shiny, plastic bags.

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Sightseeing in London for £1 on Megabus UK’s Open-Top Bus Tour

Imagine you arrive in London for a quick stop over and you want to see all of London’s best sights as quickly as you can. Or, you have friends and family visiting from abroad and you want to show them London’s most iconic landmarks. Sure, you can walk all over London by foot or you can see all of London’s famous spots on the new Megabus UK’s open-top sightseeing tour for just £1 per seat!

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Bartering for Souvenirs in Bali

We arrive in Ubud and I instantly notice it’s a lot more Westernised than Munduk up North. My initial first impressions of the main town is that it’s quite cute – lots of cafes, shops and restaurants lining the street. It’s bustling with people and super lively. It’s a nice change of atmosphere and quite cool to experience a completely new place in Bali.

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Waking up at Munduk Moding Plantation

I wake up to the sunlight pouring through the double French doors of our Balinese-inspired villa. A sheer canopy drapes over our king size bed to keep the mosquitos at bay. I snuggle my head into the soft white pillow and look over at Ciaran, half smiling, thinking back to the night we booked Munduk Moding Plantation and how thankful I am to finally be here.

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