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Treetops Adventure St Ives with kids

Treetops Adventure St Ives with kids

13-year old Raff road tests the new Treetops Adventure St Ives The brand spanking new Treetops Adventure St Ives has to be the best high ropes park I have ever had the pleasure of leaping, swinging, flying and clambering through, across and over, and trust me, I’ve monkeyed my way around a lot of them. […] Read more…

Tackling the lod chong bingsu at Mango Coco

Review – Mango Coco Haymarket

We visit the sublime Mango Coco Thai Dessert Cafe, in Haymarket’s Thai Town,  to taste our way through some of the most delectable and photogenic desserts in Sydney. Dessert for dinner? I have to admit it didn’t require a lot of arm-twisting for me to say yes to dinner at Mango Coco, a cool Thai […] Read more…

What to expect from Cambodian Cuisine: Barbecue on 60 road

What to expect from Cambodian Cuisine

The temples of Angkor might be its most popular drawcard, but for this very hungry family Cambodia’s epicurean enchantments come a close second. Cambodian cuisine has, in recent decades, lived in the shadow of its two culinary heavyweight neighbours, Thailand and Vietnam, but the culinary foundation of both cuisines was Angkor, when Southern Vietnam and […] Read more…

Noum Kong Cambodian Doughnut recipe

Noum Kong Cambodian Doughnuts

Crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside, these delicious Noum Kong Cambodian Doughnuts are unlike any you’ve ever tasted before. Cambodia has long been the object of our travel obsessions. On my first visit more than 15 years ago, Cambodia stole my heart and has remained one of my favourite places on earth. […] Read more…

South African Koeksisters recipe

South African Koeksisters recipe

v The people of southern Africa love their snacks sweet, and things don’t get much sweeter than South African Koeksisters, twisted treats of golden fried dough, slathered in sticky aromatic syrup. Originating from the Afrikaans community, South African Koeksisters are said to have evolved from two recipes brought to the Cape by settlers from the […] Read more…

Salted chocolate chip mochi cookies

Salted chocolate chip mochi cookies

Morish mochi meets chocolatey goodness in this recipe for crunchy, chewy salted chocolate chip mochi cookies There’s only one thing Sugarpuff loves more than a good choc chip cookie and that’s mochi. The sweet and stretchy Japanese rice treat, that resembles play dough, is a kind of dough made from pounded steamed short-grain glutinous rice. […] Read more…

Nagoya Castle © Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

The best things to do in Aichi Prefecture with kids

Rustic Japanese charm, rich history, unique cuisine and mind-blowing innovation and technology mean there’s a multitude of fun and fascinating things to do in Aichi Prefecture with kids. It’s Japan’s fourth most populous town, but Nagoya, the cool capital of the Aichi Prefecture, often gets overlooked by tourists for its bigger siblings, Tokyo and Osaka. […] Read more…

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ABOUT US

Hey, I’m Aleney! A mum, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raff, the “boy” in boyeatsworld, and a fearless foodie, adventurer and eco-warrior. Along with his all-singing, all-dancing, all-adventurous sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari for the junior set.

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