Does what it says on the tin!
On 10th April 1633, the earliest recorded bananas went on sale in England, in an apothecary on Snow Hill in London.
I’ve read more about bananas in the last 24 hours than I have in my entire life, but it was completely worth it – a bit of creative writing, a bit of fascinating history! … More When England went Bananas
Mary Kathleen, the abandoned Uranium mining town, which existed for only a brief period between the 1950s and 1980s. All that’s left now are the concrete foundations and a few recognisable remnants of town life. I fell in love with it straight away. … More The Town that Australia Forgot
I decided to write about my New Zealand trip in the style of a Tolkien epic. I like to make my life challenging… … More Lord of the Adventurings: The Fellowship of the Strayers
I recently spent a few weeks with family in Brisbane. I had a great time, caught up with my geographically-distant relatives, and got to meet my new second cousin. While I fell in love with her immediately, I kind of wondered what her first impressions were of me… … More Memoirs of a Seven Month Old