Guest Post: Sushi at Palatable Prices through Online Discount Coupons

Travel brings together the most unlikely of persons and makes them friends for life. They can even go on to explore the world together and form bonds that are deeper than family ties. And when these two get together and showcase their experiences on a website, there is something to inspire us to do something beyond the ordinary. If that travelogue is inspirational as regards travel across uncharted territory or in following a beaten path, food from... Read More

Guest Post: Signature Dishes of India

  Indian dishes are popular the world over. The inventive use of spices and other flavourings has made the cuisine one of our favourites. Here are some of the signature Indian dishes. Tandoori chicken is a much loved dish of Indian and also Pakistani descent, which gets its name from the tandoor, the cylindrical oven made from clay used to prepare the dish. It is said that a Hindu refugee restaurant owner, who moved from Pakistan to Delhi after... Read More

Southeast Asia’s Endless Arrary of Fruit

Living in a tropical climate definitely has BIG BONUSES. Sunshine, tans, & poolside lounge chairs ready for your needs all day, everyday. Add in the abundence of exotic fruit available for $1-$3/kg and you’ve got heaven on Earth for me. The fruit in Vietnam is out of this world– an endless array of colors, shapes, sizes, and flavors. Don’t take my word for it though, the pictures below speak for themselves! 1. Jack Fruit: My... Read More

Saigon’s Best Kept Secret

Ho Ba Kien is a sleepy little street in Saigon tucked away in District 10, far from all the tourists & fancy high-rise buildings of District 1. It also happens to be home, where our little 2nd floor apartment overlooks one of the best restaurants in Saigon! The line of motorbikes waiting to get in & park every night proves it. The place is always packed and keeps growing, the owner owns half of our little alleyway with all of the building... Read More

Korean Tastes: 5 Day Markets

You will find 5 Day Markets in every big city and small rural town across South Korea. They’re exactly what they sound like too, big buzzing markets that come every 5 days. They have 3 or 4 different locations and rotate through their chosen sites. They’re full of fresh vegetables, a huge assortment of fruit, seafood, pots  & pans, shirts, shoes… anything and everything.   Korean Grandmother's are hard as nails working... Read More

on a Stick. (Korean Street Food)

  Korean Street Food. :Breakfast:Lunch:Dinner: Those little old ladies and little old men are there for you. All hours of the day, 7 days a week. To fill you up for the right price. 1,000, maybe 2,000 won. Hallelujah. They’re there for you when it is 5pm and your in dire need of an afterschool energy snack. When it is 4am and your drunk munchies fall upon you. When it is 8am and your catching a bus to Seoul & need a quick breakfast.... Read More

fishy fishy fishy

sa-bai-deeee!!           I’m sitting in a lone internet cafe, with a strange orange stray cat on my lap. It doesn’t have a tail, and its looking at me really funny, but if I try to move it might go crazy?! Anyways, onto Laos…             To sum up the last 3 weeks, LAOS is fantastic, and crazy, and weird, and beautiful. People move at their own pace, which makes me feel like a local as I slowly trudge along. People... Read More

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