Inspiration for creative travellers and travelling creatives.

Foreign Cuisine Finder 6: Singapore
During a three-year expat stint living in Singapore, I had a lot of mealtimes to spend investigating the local food scene. The gastronomic offering is as diverse in flavour as it is in price. Here I...
Singapore Secrets
You’ve decided to explore Singapore! Here are my Singapore secrets learnt as an expat living in the Red Dot for almost three years. These tips will make your trip more enjoyable, affordable and auth...
Creative Corners – Things to do in Singapore
Singapore, affectionately known as the Red Dot, is unique to the world as the only island city-state. The island nation known for Hianese Chicken Rice and Tiger Beer is worth a brief visit, but you ne...
New York City Packing Guide for Autumn
Having now experienced the Big Apple’s rollercoaster of climatic conditions in spring and autumn, I have put together a tried and true guide to carry-on only packing for NYC during these transitiona...
Art on the Street – NYC II
Street art is a high turnover business. New walls appear and disappear as fast as developers can tear down old buildings and replace them with shiny new ones. Not to mention the threat of other artist...
Foreign Cuisine Finder 5: New York City
You would be hard pressed finding a cuisine that isn’t available in New York City. One of the most diverse and interesting aspects of the melting pot city is the array of international influences. ...
What to See in New York City (The Second Time)
On your first trip to New York City you went to the top of the Empire State, wandered Wall Street, cycled Central Park, saw a Broadway show, marveled at The Met and probably got up-close and personal ...
Duende on the Darling Downs: An Adventure at Home
Living in a country different from the one you grew up in gives you a whole new perspective on your homeland. It’s easy to get lazy when you’re at home and put off exploring new places to another ...
Foreign Cuisine Finder 4: Australian Edition
Being an Aussie expat that has lived in the U.S. and Asia, I sometimes get questions about Australian food. In this post I will make my recommendations for travellers heading Downunder and the four fo...
2016 Duende Readers’ Favourites
As the holidays approach and 2016 draws to a close, I’m packing my suitcase and heading home Downunder for the first time in 18months. If you are fortunate enough to put your feet up over the ...
A Year of Travel in Review – 2016
2016 has been an exciting year of travel, exploring in and around our new base in the Midwest U.S.A plus international sojourns to Canada, Cuba, Mexico and home to Australia. To celebrate a year in t...
20 Movies That Will Inspire You To Travel
Here are 20 movies and documentaries that will spark your wanderlust, if not through their travel based stories then by their amazing scenery. These films range from the adventurous to the romantic, a...
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