Life is full of pitfalls for the unwary

To class yourself as a good writer, I think it’s imperative that you be able to write any genre of material, from formal, educational, corporate, creative, biographical, sharp and informative, to informal, relaxed, first person, third person or even slang style – but most importantly, you must be able to deliver humour. Any writer will […]

The Turkey Trip

Well, the Turkey trip was certainly an interesting and often terrifying ‘experience’ – not the holiday adventure you would sign up for in your wildest dreams, but I’ve always held with the philosophy that if you can find the humour in the experience (usually long after its lost its sting), then you’ve truly mastered one […]

It’s an ill wind…

American chef, author and TV personality, Anthony Bordain, speaks from an inner depth and understanding of our human condition in his sentiments on travel and life, and how interwoven both inexorably are: “As you move through this life…you leave marks behind, however small. And in return, life – and travel – leave marks on you”. […]