Eat. Travel. Bliss. aims to write on adventures in seeking blissful food and places, in Sydney, and in Australia, and further afield, around the world.
Eat. Travel. Bliss. is written by Andrea, with photos she has taken. Andrea grew up in north-west Sydney, Australia, and has also lived in Hong Kong (3 years), Portland, Oregon, USA (8 years). She has traveled to many other countries, enjoying getting to know new people and cultures.
Andrea loves seeing the cultural diversity in Sydney, and so one of the aims of this blog is to show some of the best food around Sydney, generally looking for food which is affordable, and interesting, not always making it on to the top food lists, but worthy of attention. With such a variety of places around Sydney, those lists must be limited, but there are so many others worth a visit. That may be because of things like their great location, or atmosphere, or because they transport you to another part of the world with the food there, but always good. Of course some of the recognized restaurants will make it into the blog from time to time, too.
Because Andrea is located in Sydney, that is the centre for exploration, but there will be articles on places within easy driving distance of Sydney, and then further afield.
Eat. Travel. Bliss. is not just about food, but also about finding places which are blissful, for their views, surroundings, character, history, style, or some other reason!
Hopefully others will contribute to the writing in Eat.Travel. Bliss., too, as time goes on.
Please keep on coming back and reading! I’d love to get to know you.
Obligatory boring disclaimer: The opinions expressed here, photos and text are my own unless noted otherwise. They do not reflect the positions of my employers present or past, or for that matter any other groups with which I’ve been associated. I reserve the right to change my mind. Sometimes I present things I do not agree with, either partly or completely, in an effort to stimulate thought and discussion. Now, that’s out of the way, let’s get on with sharing our findings!