A TASTE OF MOD OZ (What to eat when in South Australia)

In South Australia, what’s on your plate is as diverse as the region’s people and scenery. Here’s an epicurean’s guide to the mecca of “fusion food

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TOP 10 COFFEE SPOTS IN DUBAI

Whether it’s a latte you’re after or a double shot of espresso, there’s no shortage of independent cafes in Dubai to satisfy your every coffee urge. With the help of Kim Thompson, one half of home-grown roastery Raw Coffee Company, I bring you spots you can head to when you’re in need of a caffeine fix. Be part of our burgeoning cafe culture of Dubai!

1. Try everything on the menu at The Brass

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Tucked away in City Walk is this shiny new gem, which boasts one of the most extensive coffee menus in the city. They’ve got all the classics – latte, cappuccino et al – with a plethora of original blends, including Lavender Honey Latte, rosewater-infused white coffee, a dairy-free Coconut Latte … Aficionados can take it a step further and nominate how they want their coffee delivered: via French press, siphon, cold drip or pour-over.
Address: City Walk, Al Safa Road

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CHRISTMAS MARKET IN KRAKOW, POLAND

Somehow, I’ve always had a fascination for snow and Christmas markets, and going to Europe during Christmas time was one of the top things on my ‘travel must-do’ list. When I finally happened to plan a trip to Krakow (a city in southern Poland, near the border of the Czech Republic) this December, I couldn’t contain my happiness. I was all excited to hop on the plane and see the European town decked up with shimmering lights and pretty festive knick-knacks.

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