My family and I were on a mission to find authentic Thai food, and I had read some reviews about the Issaya Siamese Club, so we decided to try it. Often times I'll research a restaurant and persuade my family to try it, and it ends up being terrible. This was NOT one of those experiences. The Issaya Siamese Club is set in a beautiful garden in an old-style villa and the decor inside is fun and colorful. Some of the dishes on the menu even feature herbs grown in the garden!
Some of my most favorite posts to write on this blog are my travel posts. I love being able to share the interesting places I'm able to visit and give my recommendations to you guys. In return, I also enjoy hearing your recommendations for any new place I'm visiting! In this post, I wanted to share one of my favorite breakfast cafes from my trip to Australia.
This winter was my first visit to Byron Bay, and I'm pretty sure it's not going to be my last! I loved spending each day waking up early, walking down to the beach, and eating so much delicious food at some very cute cafes. Before I got to visit Byron Bay, I had seen so many bloggers on Instagram visit this place and eat some great looking food. So by the time I actually visited Byron Bay, I had an extremely long list of all the places I wanted to go to. As you know if you've been reading my blog for a while, breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. So naturally, most of the places we tried out were really great breakfast and brunch places. I hope you enjoy seeing photos of the food as much as I loved eating it!
As some of you will know I spent the majority of my Winter Break in Australia! I traveled to Melbourne and Sydney, but Byron Bay was by far my favorite. I'm a sun lover and I dream of living by the ocean, but what made this place even more special was the AMAZING food and nature that surrounded this town. It's something I don't get to experience a lot, having lived in big cities my whole life, and it was a breath of fresh air. Being in Byron was like a step back from the life I'm used to, everyone seemed to laid back and the lifestyle was just so relaxing and fluid. One of my favorite days I spent in Byron Bay was at Folk.
I have been super busy recently, so I am really excited for Spring Break! I have a tonne of really exciting and helpful posts planned for you guys, which I hope you'll enjoy. Something else that I'll also be doing during Spring Break is preparing for my AP exam, if you don't know what that is, it's the big examinations that all students in the American curriculum take if you're in an Advanced Placement course. I am very nervous for this exam, as I have a lot of content to study, but I'll take you guys on that journey with me and give you guys some of my tips for studying for a big exam.
So, if you're one of my regular readers you'll know that over winter break I visited Vienna, which means that I ate lots of yummy Christmassy treats and snacks. One of the things I really wanted to do on this trip was to visit Christmas markets, instead of going to the big tourist attractions. And because I LOVE FOOD, I got to try lots of different fresh and delicious street food snacks at the markets.