CrikeyMay 30, 2011
If you want to rock 'n' roll like a true Hong Konger, just sit back and listen. And when a Hong Konger talks about Hong Kong, food comes first.
Tammi JonasMay 25, 20112 Comments
Landing in San Francisco always makes me feel like I'm emerging from the Australian Stone Age as suddenly we are encompassed by a proliferation of high tech, and even more so as I wonder in slack-jawed awe at the hilly city's incredible green consciousness.
CrikeyMay 23, 20111 Comment
When my housemate came home from work with a human tooth lodged in the sole of her shoe, it confirmed what I had come to know in my time as a volunteer in Accra, Ghana: I definitely wasn't in Kansas anymore.
India LloydMay 20, 20111 Comment
Can you ever go home again? For most expats, home is a humble little word filled with a wealth of meaning.
Jay MartinMay 18, 20117 Comments
Azerbaijan -- a country that was on no one's mind a mere week ago until a television audience of millions watched it soar to glory in the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest on the weekend. With the ink on its name barely dry on the victor’s podium, Crikey gets the jump with the following definitive list of some of the greatest things about visiting the country.
Nicola HeathMay 17, 2011
Pleasure-seeking humans are invariably drawn to sunny skies and welcoming climes. Which would explain the absence of fellow tourists in Turkey when I visit in February, writes Nicola Heath.
CrikeyMay 9, 20111 Comment
Part two: natural disasters are inevitable; those of the fashion variety are not. Freelance journalist L
CrikeyMay 4, 20115 Comments
You can imagine my horror, then, when I arrived in London last year, bought myself a wine in the nearest pub, and was promptly labelled JAFA -- that’s right, Just Another F*cking Australian -- by the proper local geezer sitting next to me.