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4 hot cafés reminiscent of “childhood” in Saigon (Part 1)

So you are living in Saigon, well-known as the most bustling place in Vietnam. If you get the time, it’s not a bad idea to escape to a cafeteria, like those from your childhood, to throw yourself back into memories of playgrounds and innocence. 79 more words


What to eat in Punjab-3

Punjabi cuisine has a blend of rich tradition, unique ways of cooking with masalas, and spices. There is a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Wheat, rice are the staple food of Punjab.  165 more words

Traditional afternoon tea like no others

It was on the day before we left Edinburgh back to London – it was lovely that my boyfriend planned an afternoon tea session for us at… 351 more words


3. M.I.A.

I let things get away from me for a moment to focus on work, school, and preparing for after I graduate, but don’t worry, a girl still has to eat and while my blogging may have had a brief hiatus, I definitely still managed to try a couple restaurants these past few weeks, so look out for some restaurant reviews with a dash of my own attempts to create culinary masterpieces.   99 more words

Why we love the CIA? For the food!

For most people, the letters “CIA” conjure up a plethora of images and ideas – clandestine meetings, skullduggery, espionage, exotic locations, and a fair amount of intrigue and danger.   879 more words


Argentinian Adventure X

Day 32, 01FEB2017

Welcome to the second month of our world travels!

This morning we enjoyed a brief breakfast among the bright colors of our AirBnB before Trout and Wine Tours picked us up. 1,254 more words


The sweet tooth’s guide to Porto

No city is ever truly explored without getting to know its delicacies. In a country worldly famous for, amongst other things, its wide gastronomical variety, which differs greatly from region to region, Porto is definitely the town to conquer you by the stomach. 560 more words