On Sunday 15 February, #brunchclub had a very different type of brunch get together – a cooking class! Held at Sachie’s Kitchen in Parnell, nearly 30 of the #brunchclub gang learnt all about Japanese dumplings, Gyoza, and how to make them, thanks to Conitki.
Edward Weaver, our amazing photographer and Lizzy’s hubby, was on hand taking these shots throughout the day. Thanks so much Edd!
As always, you are more than welcome to reuse these photos on your own blogs if you attended, please just leave our watermark.
Contiki’s latest itinerary, Japan Unrivalled, is a 13-day exploration of some of the country’s most culturally-rich cities priced from $5,095 per person. It’s a trip unrivalled in the youth travel sphere. Kicking off in Tokyo and heading to Takayama, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Wakayama and Osaka, this trip explores the unique cultures of each city, with heaps of included experiences that will give travellers a true taste of Japan including a sushi making class, a visit to the hot springs, a meditation lesson, a karaoke night and an overnight stay at a traditional Ryokan guest house.
Huge thank you to again to Contiki for hosting the event, Sachie and her team at Sachie’s Kitchen for the amazing lesson, and to the #brunchclub bloggers who made it along to the lesson – we’re looking forward to seeing you put your new skills to good work!
Also – Congrats to group Ninja Hands for coming in first on the day! 😀
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