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About Teresa Carnegie

Teresa Carnegie is a multi-passionate freelance writer with a weakness, or love if you prefer, of travel. She is also the person behind Dapsile. With an ingrained need to help people, the added belief that the more we share the more we help others, and a crazy, weird joy for research, she works to bring information, truth and personal experience to her writing. Mix that with her love of learning, travel, eating and trying new things, to name a few, and you have quite a buffet of possibilities.

West Village Café and My New Favourite Grilled Cheese

By | June 11th, 2017|Food|

I have LOVED grilled cheese sandwiches my entire life. I actually have two favourites in Vancouver that are my go to when I really need a fix. One is Mom’s Grilled Cheese food truck in downtown Vancouver, and the other is Burgoo restaurant, also in Vancouver. But, thanks to the Grilled Cheese Sandwich Challenge that [...]

Papier Mail – A New Subscription Box – CANCELLED

By | June 8th, 2017|Lifestyle, Subscription Box|

Unfortunatly Papier Mail Subscription Box cancelled their planned launch due to not enough pre-launch signups to make it work. I have this sort of weird love for paper products. I've had it since I was a small child. I can’t explain it and I have no idea when it began, but it’s still with me. [...]

Amsterdam – Where The 2016 European Museum Tour Began

By | June 5th, 2017|Activities, Fashion, Food, Travel|

One day at work I opened my emails, and there was a beaming one (maybe it was just beaming in my memory). It was from WestJet, offering a new route to London, England. There was also an amazing introductory sale price that worked out to be about $700.00 return after everything was calculated, for the [...]

Airbnb Accommodation: The Pros, Cons and Tips for Renting

By | May 30th, 2017|Travel|

Accommodation is probably the largest expense when you travel.  Hotels are the more expensive option and hostels or camping are obviously the cheaper options. Smack in the middle of those choices now though is Airbnb (website). Not only is Airbnb cost efficient but you choose the location, the accommodation type, the extras you have access [...]

My Favourite Romance Authors With Humour & Strong Females

By | May 16th, 2017|Lifestyle|

Being single means you have to either be a strategist and/or read minds. I play the ‘Easy as Pie’ level of Sudoku on my iPhone. So you know, I haven’t found someone permanent yet. I love men. I love the way they sometimes look. The way some of them walk. The way some of them [...]

My Two Day Road Trip to the Daintree Rainforest from Cairns

By | April 26th, 2017|Activities, Food, Travel|

First of all, let me give everyone a necessary piece of advice. Cairns is a tourist city. Everyone rents cars in Cairns. Don’t wait till you arrive to rent one, book it in advance. I had booked myself a place to stay in the Daintree Rainforest which is only accessible via car. I waited till [...]

VIM & VIGR Compression Socks – Most Unique Pattern & Review

By | April 21st, 2017|Fashion, Lifestyle, Travel|

When I flew to Europe last year I noticed my black compression socks were stretched and no longer in their original shape. They didn’t have all of the elasticity left in them. I knew I needed to get myself a new pair for flying to Australia and New Zealand. Obviously I needed a pair in their [...]

SodaStream and How Drinking Fizzy Water Has Helped Me Curb Sugar Cravings

By | April 8th, 2017|Food, Lifestyle|

Trying out the SodaStream machine not only allowed me the convenience of fizzy water whenever I wanted it in the comfort of my own home, it also helped curb my sugar cravings when I gave up sugar & sweeteners. When I was told by my Naturopath that, for my health, I had to cut sugar [...]

Melbourne – Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate, a few things, and oh yah, Transportation

By | March 18th, 2017|Food, Travel|

Melbourne is a big city that has history, art, shopping, food, architecture, culture, coffee and chocolate. The one thing that stood out for me walking around Melbourne is the fact that there is so much chocolate. So very much chocolate. I’m not normally a big chocolate fan but even I fell into the rabbit hole [...]

New Zealand Art Worn as Jewellery and Who Doesn’t Love Jewellery

By | March 4th, 2017|Fashion, Lifestyle|

New Zealand is a land of beauty, magic, kindness, food, art and many more things. It is a small country with only a few million people but it has so very much to offer. The artists and varied range of art within the country is stunning and I was lucky enough to find a few [...]

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