Swedish style meatballs

Viking invasion // Swedish Meatballs

Waking up with something hard and pointy poking into my back is a fairly frequent occurrence. And, NO it’s not what you’re thinking, you saucy minxes. Unless of course you’re thinking of a Viking helmet. And by Viking helmet, I actually mean a Viking helmet… oh, and a three foot long sword. Both attached to […] Read more…

Raffles at Mamak with a Kari Ikan

Raffles reviews: Mamak Chatswood

“Mamak is one of my favourite places to eat. I like everything about it.  The nasi lemak is so good I could eat it everyday – the rice is coconutty and the crunchy ikan bilis (anchovies) are like the best ever salty chips and I like the cucumber but I’m not so sure about the […] Read more…

Raffles Ioves Radiance of the Seas this much

High seas hi-jinks // Radiance of the Seas

“Avast me hearties, let’s commandeer the ice-cream machine” squeals rapscallion Raffles, as soon as we board Radiance of the Seas. His swashbuckling sibling, Sugarpuff, hearing only the words “ice” and “cream,” draws her imaginary cutlass in readiness to storm the soft-serve station with her roguish brother. I suspect my small scourges of the seven seas […] Read more…

Carnival Spirit docked at Circular Quay

Cruising with kids on Carnival Spirit

Raffles, Sugarpuff and I are sitting by the Harbour waving our old friend and resident megaship, Carnival Spirit, out of Sydney. It’s been a wee while since our clan of clowns ran away to join her cruising circus but watching folk frolicking merrily on deck as she sails gracefully away has us reminiscing about our own […] Read more…

zongzi at Cabramatta Moon festival

Fly me to the Moon Festival

Things are bagging out down Illawarra way. And I mean that in the literal sense as we’ve arranged a special meet and greet with some cool creepy-crawlies as part of Illawara Fly’s Bugs @ the Fly school holiday event. Introductions begin with a hirsute Wolf Spider, a grotesque beast of a thing who I’m pleased […] Read more…

Huangpu River, Shanghai

The best of Shanghai with kids

Raffles has just started learning Chinese at school and all that scholarly Ni Hao-ing has brought with it a touch of Mandarin melancholy for a boy who has a bit of a crush on China. A family break in China last year was more by accident than design, the high flying capital of commerce being the […] Read more…

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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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