Life is all about moments. I’ve decided that life is too short to be let go by without capturing the important and special ones.

I am a jet setting student, adventurer, general lover of life. I love to cook, paint/sketch, travel and explore new things so this blog will include all the things I get up to in life and tips on travel after first hand experience!

I hope to share many moments through my eyes as I experience them and also hope that you enjoy!





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  1. Hi Faye,
    Just one post, on the fish market, did it for me. I was hooked. So you now have another fellow traveller.
    Thank you for following my photography blog: http://throughharoldslens.com. I hope you enjoy your journey.
    To launch your travels, find a Country or find a Genre, “click” and jump aboard. Or, here’s a few “Quick Links” to some of my favorites, from over 400 photographic posts, on Through Harold’s Lens:
    “Shaken! Not Stirred”(Sweden)
    “Maiden Mild” (Poland)
    “Where Spirits Soar” (Chile)
    On behalf of the entire Creative Team at Through Harold’s Lens, my trusty sidekicks, Mr. Mirrorless Sony, Mr. SLR Nikon, his brother Mr. Pen Pal and myself, we wish you fun and safe travels.


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  2. Hi Faye, I’m working on a travel project that I think you’d be interested in. Do you have an email address where I can send you some info? Thanks!

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  3. Hi Faye, thanks for reading so much of my blog. Hope you enjoyed the artwork. There will be more as I am always working on something. I always say that I am not a teacher, just a painter whom you can watch if you want to.
    Enjoyed your travel pictures and look forward to more of your posts

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  4. Hi Faye. Thanks for liking my atoz contribution for today. Your travel tales and ;pictures are a wonderful antidote to the doom and gloom in my post. You are one very fortunate girl. Thank you for sharing that with us.

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  5. Faye, just stopped by to thank you for your recent like on Shift Key and peruse your sweet site. Lovely. As I was reading your Donburi post, I remembered one of my favorite documentary profiles (on Netflix) – “Jiro Dreams of Sushi” about legendary chef Jiro Ono, 85-year-old master whose 10-seat, $300-a-plate restaurant should be on anyone’s wish list! Have you seen it? His restaurant?

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    1. No worries and thank you for stopping by! Yes, I’ve heard great things about the documentary but haven’t seen it yet. His restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro needs a month ahead reservation which I haven’t had a chance to visit but hopefully will one day! 🙂


  6. Hi Faye. I agree with your sentiment entirely. One of my favourite quotes is, “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.” I’m sure I will enjoy following your blog and thank you again for visiting mine.

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  7. Hi Faye! You’re got an amazing blog. Not the usual concept or design that I usually saw in other blogs. Hope to keep in touch with you even just thru here on blogging. More powers to you and your blog 🙂


  8. Love to travel, but can’t afford to do it anywhere near as much as I’d like. Hence, am so glad I found your blog so I can live vicariously thru your adventures 🙂


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