If you are lucky enough to have lived in Paris as a young man, then wherever you go for the rest of your life, it stays with you, for Paris is a moveable feast.

– ERNEST HEMINGWAY, to a friend, 1950

This may be so, Mr Hemingway. And certainly Paris is one place that manages to stay etched on many of our hearts and minds, should we be lucky enough to spend even a weekend feasting on that remarkable city.

However, I can’t help seeing the immovable part of this equation: you.

Wherever you go, you are always there. Yes, things will shift and change in and around you, but at the end of the day you are the one constant in your own life. So with this in mind, I’m sharing my travels with those things that fuel my body and mind for the better: food, writing and yoga.

This is no ordinary story. This is my immovable feast.



Erin is a sometimes writer, part-time actor and regular yogini who is often spied at the front of the classroom as a primary school teacher. Erin has a bit of an obsession with good food, great stories, yoga, running, cats, happy hearts and healthy minds.

Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Erin currently lives on the border of Essex and Hertfordshire in England aboard her beautiful replica Dutch barge, Borah.

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  1. Hi, glad to have come across your lovely blog! I’ve done the move the other way around, from London to Melbourne, and I’m very much enjoying your home town 🙂 I can totally see why it’s been voted over and over again as the most liveable city!


    1. Hi Andrea!
      Thanks for your lovely words!
      Melbourne is a very special town (of all the Aussie cities, you chose well…yes, proud to admit that I am biased!), I’m sure you’ll have a wonderful time. Feel free to pass on any special London haunts – it’s always nicer to have a local guide, don’t you think?


      1. Oh yes, I simply love Melbourne! Feel free to email me if you’d like some yoga recommendations for London, I don’t want to hijack your comment section 🙂



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