Thanks for taking the time to stop by my blog!
You’ll occasionally read a rant (or two) about my thoughts on various social injustices but you may also see me reviewing the latest teas that I want you to know about.
I love Japan. My literary, food and tea choices will often reflect this love of the country I hope to visit one day.
I adore travel and photography. Photographs allow me to immortalise fleeting moments and then share them with the world. I’m not a professional by any means. I discovered a love of street art and graffiti over a number of years of travel in a job I was surprised that I loved (and now miss!) I have amassed quite a collection of amateur photos that you’ll see from time to time!
I am a former bookseller and law student blogger (you can read my old blogs here if you so wish. In fact, I encourage it!) I was quite the ranter in my student days! Anyway, my experience as a bookseller has only perpetuated my addiction to reading, talking about reading and purchasing more things to read on paper or electronic format.
I am a lover of languages. French, English (in all of its quirks and exceptions to all of its rules), Japanese. (I’m still working on Japanese! Hai!) I’d love to be fluent in at least 5 languages in my lifetime!
What’s in the name?
I can speak French, albeit not fluently but can understand more than I can speak. One half of my parents is from the French Caribbean (sort of, does St. Lucia count?) Therefore, I have a Creole (KWEYOL in patios) brain and French sounds like second nature to me. The name came out of a combination of the two things that I enjoy; Tea and Books.
I hope you will find something interesting to read. Learn something you didn’t know before. Leave my blog feeling enlightened. Happy. Intrigued. Adventurous. Inspired.
See you around!