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Bengaluru street fare

Food in fine dining restaurants might be high on taste, but what you get on the streets is ‘comfort food’.  A walk down different food streets in Bengaluru is a proof of this, but you don’t need to visit a particular food street to sample the goodies.  666 more words


The first time I came to Chiang Mai I had stayed in Thailand for a month and was half way through my trip to five continents in one year.   764 more words


Delhi Street Food

Everywhere in Delhi there are little chai carts – I noticed them more in the morning and it’s an appropriate breakfast stop. A lot simply serve chai and hard-boiled eggs. 180 more words


Weekend in Glasgow: Part 3

On our final day in Glasgow, we decided to do a bit more sightseeing before we returned to Edinburgh. Although we’d passed by the building often, we’d never really spent much time walking around the different rooms at the… 558 more words



Surabi/serabi: Indonesian pancake that is made from rice flour and coconut milk, or just plain shredded coconut as an emulsifier (source: wikipedia). Traditionally, serabi is baked on small clay pot over a wood fire, and usually served with sweet and savory kinca syrup, a mixture of palm sugar and coconut milk. 33 more words

Indonesian Cuisine

Prowling for Street Food in Cajamarca

After a long day of exploring cathedrals and crypts in Cajamarca, what better way to celebrate the traveler’s experience than by sampling all of the street food that becomes available after dark. 483 more words


What a load of Crepe!

The more you travel, the more crepe you have to endure. So here is a selection of my favourite crepes from around the world. 527 more words