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  • Getting ready for CymruYesterday I decided to go for a diner. I noticed a new Wok-place, that would open in April 2015. I jumped on my bicycle and rode that kilometers south. Well, it's officially May now, but only building materials are on Posted by peeweeke in Steam and Beer | May 1, 2015
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  • Scuba Diving and Scooter DrivingMe and my little suitcase of dive gear, which was strategically placed, were riding down the mountain of Lembongan on the back of a scooter driven my one of the kind hotel guys. This, as I understood it, was my Posted by jenniferhall in Sudah Siap? | Apr 28, 2015
  • Markthalle Berlin This was the first market I visited in Berlin and I was pleasantly surprised, it was a Saturday afternoon, and the old hall was filled with families and groups gathering to imbibe on a variety of local delicacies or Posted by Bruco in Farmers Markets around the World | Apr 25, 2015
  • Ka Da We BerlinAfter travelling to Berlin on and off for the past 15 years I decided to record our ritual for every visit to Berlin. A visit to foodie Heaven, Ka Da We, (or Car dooVay as its known) I Posted by Bruco in Wine & Food Lifestyles of the world | Apr 19, 2015
  • Neue Heimat Berlin Street food Paradisea conversation with 2 delightful German girls at another market in Berlin, MarketHalle, let me the following day to Neue Heimat nearby to Warschauer Strasse train station on Revaller Str 99. A little daunting maybe is the location, and a Posted by Bruco in Wine & Food Lifestyles of the world | Apr 18, 2015
  • Berry good smoothieI am by no means a fantastic vegan chef or anything of that nature. But I do feel the desire to share some of my favorite breakfasts that keep me going through long days of yoga and work! This nutritious high Posted by rachaelob in Adventures of Rachael May | Apr 15, 2015
  • Who needs fancy sit down restaurants anyways?Shilin market is one of the most popular (and touristic) night markets in Taipei, Taiwan. From foot messages to carnival games, one can find just about anything in these bustling places. However, the food is the main attraction. Food such Posted by btang in Being a Kid Again | Apr 6, 2015
  • Getting Fat in FranceWe've chased the good weather to the south of France and are nestled into a little gite in the garden of a vineyard.We are surrounded by vineyards, a few smalll wheat fields and a peach orchard yet are only a Posted by Arin MacDyer in A Year of Summer | Apr 5, 2015
  • Starch, starch, starch…. and street food A Rolex joint In addition to all the international restaurants, there is of course local food. Despite the fact that Uganda is extremely gree Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Mar 29, 2015
  • Carnival Legend Main Dining Room Food[img=http://photos. Posted by lazytraveldays in Lazy Travel Days | Mar 22, 2015
  • The no star dining experience Sorry to those who were expecting to see what 5 star restaurants look like in other countries, this is probably the fanciest type of sit down restaurant I'll be eating at in this trip. There something about the feel of Posted by btang in Being a Kid Again | Mar 21, 2015
  • Pa-DANG it!“Here try this”, a lady suggests as she hands me what looks like a rice cake/large cracker while we were at a food market in Jakarta. I bite into it slowly, nearly breaking my teeth which amuses the group of onlookers Posted by The Tipsy Gipsy in The Tipsy Gipsy | Mar 18, 2015
  • Life saver boxes If you have been wondering how I was able to visit so many places and didn't collapse from malnutrition, this photo holds all the answer. Bento boxes are complete set meals that are available in all significant train stations and Posted by btang in Being a Kid Again | Mar 16, 2015
  • What is this food? Oyaki, the small round thing near the right edge of the traditional Japanese grill, or irori, is the traditional food in the Nagano area. Due to the mountainous geography and long winters, it was difficult to grow rice in the Posted by btang in Being a Kid Again | Mar 18, 2015
  • Tasty BeijingTrains weren't agreeing with us lately. We were up all night due to another screaming baby, louder than our headphones, that the mother wasn't keen on soothing. The same mother and her mother chatted loudly, far too early in the Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Mar 11, 2015
  • Blending with Nature 1One of the reasons I love spending time in the tropics is my love for food, preferably fresh food but I’m not about to get judgemental on anyone, I’ve no place, I’ve been known to find myself standing at the Posted by Dovesei in Jungle Juice | Mar 11, 2015
  • The Taste of Freedom Did you know that one of the hardest American food to find overseas is the sweet and sour chicken? They just don't make ketchup like Heinz does. I am going to miss the taste of freedom.. [img= Posted by btang in Being a Kid Again | Mar 9, 2015
  • Perrtthhh Australian Adventures When I first started traveling around Bali, I became increasingly upset that I already have a return flight home. Because Kelly and Stephen if you're reading, as excited as I am for your wedding, every hostel I Goto friends are Posted by rachaelob in Adventures of Rachael May | Mar 2, 2015
  • the Queen Victoria Markets MelbourneLUCKILY ,I was in Melbourne and looking for some early morning exercise before heading to the airport. My opinion is that these markets are on par with the Central Markets in Adelaide, (which i will review in detail once Posted by Bruco in Farmers Markets around the World | Feb 28, 2015
  • Around the world in 206 restaurantsProbably one of the most surprising discoveries when I got here, was the abundance of international restaurants. So far, I have eaten at Italian, Greek, Indian, Persian, Eritrean, French and American restaurants and at a lot of places that haven't Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Feb 26, 2015
  • Khao Lak lacks nothingBang Niang is so quiet and peaceful that it's easy to let time run away with you, we"d spent several days on the beach before we realised that maybe we should stir ourselves to do something more productive or adventurous. [img=http://photos.travellersp Posted by GinSmugglers in GinSmugglers go Thai | Feb 23, 2015
  • The road to Jiuzhaigou A decent bus ride away from Chengdu was the picturesque Jiuzhaigou National Park that Ryan had seen on the documentary Wild China. When we realized how close it was to us, only ten hours by bus, we booked tickets and Posted by Sarah.M in Explore | Feb 15, 2015
  • So Many Spices Little did we know what we were getting ourselves into when we chose chicken over fish for the meal we were preparing as part of our culinary tour of Samosir Island. Our trip to the market ended up with Posted by Arin MacDyer in A Year of Summer | Feb 12, 2015
  • First stop: Lithuania capital VilniusThe main thing to learn about the old town of Vilnius is probably the vast number of churches that are spread around the city. Almost on every corner you can find a chapel or cathedral, every single one with its Posted by fuechsken in A Travel Bug's Tales | Feb 11, 2015
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