14. 05. 2015
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Ellsworth – Paris

It has been a very long time between posts (although admittedly not between drinks). The last 6 months have been replete with plentiful lols, copious Côtes du Rhône and many a late night filled with truffled ham, calvados camembert and...

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19. 06. 2014
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Miznon – Paris

We all know I don’t make friends with salad (although I do have a very unfortunate fondness for les salauds) but after three days of hard-core, and I might add rather uncharacteristic, juice detoxing...

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04. 05. 2014
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Brika – Perth

It started with Cyprus Hill and ended in Celine Dion (and a Sunday full of maudlin self pity), but boy what a night it was. On the last weekend of my whirlwind Easter...

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02. 03. 2014
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Clamato – Paris

I read a statistic recently that by 2048 there will be no seafood left to catch except jellyfish. The straits are indeed dire. There are literally no more fish in the sea.  This...

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11. 12. 2013
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Le Pantruche – Paris

Napoleon Bonaparte once famously commented that “impossible n’est pas français” (“impossible is not a French word”). Since arriving in France, I have come to discover that this statement contains about as much truth as...

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11. 11. 2013
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The Attendant – London

If my life in France were a movie it would probably be called ‘Gone with the Wine’. My sister’s life in London is more like ‘Citizen Kale’.  My theme song would be ‘Rolling...

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20. 10. 2013
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The Rum Kitchen – London

I am having a bad week. It all started on Monday when, on the way to have a quiet nightcap with the charming Brussel Crowe, I smashed my perfume bottle on the floor...

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08. 10. 2013
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Mexi&Co – Paris

My liver has had it rough lately –  one too many nights out this month has led to Dolly Tatin and Paris Stilton unwittingly becoming Lady Lager and Penelope Booze. If it continues this...

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24. 09. 2013
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Café La Perle – Paris

Humans are, at heart, creatures of habit.  Even in a big, bustling city like Paris your day-to-day life quickly becomes fairly predictable (although mine is admittedly more “eat, (drink), pray, love” than “métro, boulot, dodo“). Take...

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