💭Thinking of Vietnam?🇻🇳
Well since we can’t travel to Vietnam right now, we thought we would bring some Vietnam to you!
What @anthonybourdain calls “Best in the world!”, the traditional Banh Mi at Alex N’ Rolls is something everyone must try! For only $6, this Banh Mi is layered with 4 hour braised pork belly that is just sweet enough to make you drool over.
But don’t expect to grab your food quickly and go! Alex N’ Rolls is quite popular and has quite a few fans. Although it may take several minutes to order, we can assure you it’s definitely worth the time!
Don’t miss out, go visit their shop at 321 Illawarra Rd.
Me and my little family decided to take an impromptu trip to Fernie, BC over the weekend. It was such a fun journey, with a few bumps along the way.
Fernie is an absolutely beautiful little town to visit. We really enjoyed our time there, and if it weren't for the fact that we weren't prepared to stay longer, we would have!
We had this amazing pizza from one of their local pizzerias called Funky Goat Pizza. Guys, it's amazing! The staff were also very friendly and welcoming.
I was also pleased to see some nice local street art happening.
Edit*** forgot to add how happy I was to see so many uncut dandelions. Bees for the win! #roadtrip2020#familyfun#britishcolumbia#fernie#funkygoatpizza#mountains#kootaneys
Today is the last day of May.🗓 It is crazy🤯 to me to think that Dave & I should be preparing for our wedding👰🏻🤵🏽 in 19 days. June is usually one of my favorite months as it is not only my birthday🎁🥳month, but the start of warm weather in Buffalo. We then usually travel✈ in July. While we don't know what will be happening for the near future, I am still excited for a new month, some sunshine☀, and more time at home.🏡
What are you guys looking forward to in June?
If anyone is planning a road trip, be sure to check out our latest blog article. 🔗in bio.
We’re back from our three week road trip and I’m now sat in work feeling all the many feels you get when a really good thing comes to an end. My family fly home tomorrow and I can’t help but feel so devastated at the thought of them leaving after finally feeling so wholeheartedly complete again in their presence.
I have a very small family but we’re tight and we’re tough. We’re still grieving in our hearts for the loss of my gran, who brought so much magic into our lives, but in our minds we are grateful that her lasting gift as she left this earth was a gift that has allowed us to reunite in the Southern Hemisphere and finally have this quality time spent roaming around together. Despite a few blips of inevitable stress, the holiday has been bliss. I forgot what it felt like to sit amidst those who’ve watched you grow and become the adult you are now, reminiscing childhood tales, reeling off quotes from all our favourite old movies and shows, pointing out how much we’ve changed or laughing at how we’ve not changed at all. What amazing energy is passed between those who have unrelenting unconditional love for you, particularly when your sat beneath a leaking tent canopy in a storm in Abel Tasman and still manage to make it my favourite moment of the whole trip! To my mum, brother and Steve, you’ve just completely rained over my parade. I thought I was fine without you all here and now I have to start missing you all over again 😅 thank you for the trip of a lifetime x