Who are Poss and Ruby?

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I’m Danielle AKA Poss and my trusty 4 wheel steed is Ruby, together we love to explore and discover, make and do.  Based in Melbourne, Australia spare time is spent out and about both locally and abroad or in the… Continue Reading →

Top travel destinations for 2018

With the new year ahead of us it’s the perfect time to start planning new adventures. There are so many amazing destinations to explore for every budget and travel style.  In 2018, I plan to visit some new destinations which… Continue Reading →

Best Ever Ice Cream Sandwich

Summer, the season of lazy sunny days, the scent of sunscreen, swimming and of course the ultimate sweet indulgence – ice cream. It’s also the season of entertaining and we all want simple but delicious treats that we can share… Continue Reading →

Cheeky Chocolate Brownie

The festive season is a time for indulgent treats and celebrations with friends and family.  Chocolate is always a crowd pleaser and this brownie recipe while super simple is a great addition to any event. The ingredients are basic and… Continue Reading →

Top five solo travel tips

I believe solo travel is something that everyone should try at least once, even just for a short time, it puts you outside your comfort zone yet you are in control of what happens (well, most of the time). The… Continue Reading →

Easy Peasy Spring Cocktail

The secret is out – I love cocktails! Anyone that follows my Instagram page would be well aware of this. Deliciously created with indulgent ingredients that at their best are made with theatre and flair – it’s not just a… Continue Reading →

Are you covered?

For years I have been travelling under my own steam arranging everything online or booking on arrival. There is one thing when booking a trip that I make sure I never leave home without and that’s travel insurance. Whilst it… Continue Reading →

Ruby’s Rocky Road

Chocolate is a no brainer, it is loved by most and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion and the ingredients.  This tasty treat is sure to have people coming back for more, and more and more…… Continue Reading →

Taste of Myanmar

When I travel I love to participate in cooking classes, I believe it’s a great way to get to the heart of the culture, gain an understanding of local produce and learn to navigate a local menu – plus gain… Continue Reading →

On the road to Myanmar – Part 3 Bagan

The final destination in my Myanmar adventure was Bagan – the jewel in the country’s crown and a hot spot for visitors. The key attraction here is temples and shrines – over 2000 are dotted across the grassy plains edged… Continue Reading →

Warming Carrot Soup

Winter is a perfect time for soup – most of the ingredients are found in the pantry and fridge and the cooking process is usually pretty straight forward. I found this simple recipe a few years ago in an old… Continue Reading →

On the road to Myanmar – Part 2 Mandalay

Just a short flight from Yangon is the inland city of Mandalay. The airport is located about 1 hour drive from the city’s downtown – a slow, bumpy journey in the airport shuttle bus along wide roads lined by mango… Continue Reading →

On the road to Myanmar – Part 1 Yangon

Just a 10 hour flight from Melbourne is the emerging destination of Myanmar (Burma). In 2012 the country tightly wedged between Thailand, China, India, Laos and Bangladesh attracted over 1 million international visitors. It is certainly a country that is… Continue Reading →

Paper Gift Bag Tutorial

Hand made gifts are always well received especially when they are presented beautifully. Recently, I learnt to make these paper gift bags and have been making them in all different styles and using them to give cookies, jams and other… Continue Reading →

Mum’s Tomato Chutney

This simple chutney has been made by my mum for years and is a delicious addition to a BBQ or on a sandwich.  It is super quick and easy to make with basic ingredients you have on hand. INGREDIENTS 12… Continue Reading →

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