Wander Wonder Wonton: I travel, I think, I eat. This blog will explore those areas of my life, come along for the ride!

I’m passionate about my family, food, champagne, dumplings, travel, leadership, learning, marketing and connecting people. I’m curious about how different people live, all over the world.

I recently completed my goal of visiting as many countries as my age and I am constantly contemplating where to go next. The next new countries on my list to visit are Malaysia, Africa and China. Andd Madagascar and South America….

And yes, previously I was Rachael’s Crazy World… thought it was time for the site to grow up a bit. What do you think?

You can find my personal accounts -Snapchat,Β Twitter and Instagram, @rachael_09

If you’d like to work with me in the marketing sphere, you may like to check out Β RMH Consulting.

xx Rachael

I do this blog from my iPhone*.

* I take no responsibility for terrible auto-corrects & formatting. It was the iPhone, not me, and I’m sticking by it!

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  1. Kia ora, Rachael, and welcome to Vancouver! As someone who was born and raised here in Vancouver and having traveled the world, I *miss* both New Zealand and Australia. I spent 3 weeks on Te Wai Pounamu, and it simply wasn’t enough time to see everything. New Zealand is to me a personal life-long project: although I’m partial to the South Island, I believe both islands are very worthy. I’ve now memorized “Pokarekare Ana”, and I’m working on “Hine e Hine”. πŸ˜‰ How was your month (of June) back in New Zealand?

    • Kia Ora and thanks for you welcome!
      I was just looking at where you have been in NZ and Australia, you missed both my home towns! Brisbane in Oz and Feilding in the North Island of NZ. Awesome to see you have travelled there though, there is so much to see in both countries.
      If you want a laugh about silly singing Kiwi, check out Prince Tui Teka on YouTube. He was a favourite of my Dad, sang in both Maori and English and makes the occasional joke.
      I had a fantastic time in New Zealand. The reason I visited was to spend time with my family before I headed overseas for an extended period of time. I caught up with all my old friends and did some travelling around. Oh, and I ate 12 dozen containers of Bluff Oysters – I hope you tried some, they’re delicious.
      As a Vancouver local feel free to give me secret hints and tips of where to visit πŸ™‚

  2. Hi! Glad yhou were able to make it to the Okanagan. Penticton is great, but you really missed an even better place up the road – Kelowna! Four seasons destination, and the greatest beaches and summer events in all of the parks. Great place. Hope you can make it again.

  3. Hi Rachael,

    Thank you for all of your blog posts on Urbanspoon! Your contributions help make Urbanspoon an even more valuable and vibrant resource.

    We just published one of your posts that had been pending for over a week, so we just wanted to remind you that you have upgraded blogger status and thus have the ability to publish your posts to Urbanspoon yourself, which will result in them appearing on the site much quicker than if you wait for us to publish them for you. Just in case you never received the email we sent informing you of this, or if you need a quick refresher, here’s how to publish your posts to Urbanspoon:

    – Sign into your account at http://www.urbanspoon.com
    – Go to your blog page on Urbanspoon: http://www.urbanspoon.com/br/337/9558/Brisbane/Rachaels-Crazy-World.html
    – Click “Edit blog settings” (on the left hand side below your blog image)
    – Scroll down the page to the “Pending Posts” section.
    – For each pending post, check the date, URL, and snippet and make any necessary edits.
    – Click the Publish button.
    – That’s it! Your posts will now appear on Urbanspoon.

    Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks again!

    Greg

    Urbanspoon.com


    greg(at)urbanspoon(dot)com

  4. Hi Rachel! So glad you checked into my blog – I’ll definitely be following yours! Happy to see your pics of the island – I just got back and I’m missing it already. Welcome to Canada!

    • Thanks Sue! Best of luck, everything will be fine! We’re made of the tough stuff. When things get hard, I really do find walking around this city and remembering how stunning it really is does help. Can never go wrong with the seawall!

  5. Hello!

    Just wanted to drop by to say Hi and that I nominated you guys for the Dragon’s Loyalty Award. If you are asking me what it’s for..I don’t really know. I have the rules on my blog, but you can also google it for more information.

    Hope you have fun with it!

    Keep up the good work!

  6. Glad you stopped by my little crazy blog. Now I can see other parts of the world, and see how other people are in those parts and I donΒ΄t even have to get up from the chair within my house. ThatΒ΄s a goal of mine, or in my bucketlist to do a bit of traveling. Hopefully in a not so far away future. Nice blog.

  7. Whao! I really do appreciatee you Racheal. Wish i could be as widely travelled as you have. But most importantly, many thanks for your visits, kind comment and following. Enjoy living to the fullest.

  8. Awesome blog Rachael! Thanks for dropping by and following travelcouple101.com Looking forward to taking you along our 10 month journey around SE Asia and Europe πŸ™‚ 3 weeks and 4 days till take off! Take care, Millie.

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