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  • Maramboi - Ngorongoro [img= Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 15, 2016
  • Seoul, South KoreaAfter hectic, smelly, and crowded Bangkok, the orderliness of Seoul was just what I needed to transition back to western life. Living in Bangkok has been amazing but it has shown me how much I can appreciate good public transportation, Posted by juliaaugh in Thailand 2016 | Jun 6, 2016
  • Last day, back in Chicago We detrained from the City of New Orleans, back in Chicago for 12 short hours. It was bittersweet, returning to the city where it had all started. We aimed to get real deep dish pizza as we were mislead the Posted by baecation2016 in Lovebug Train Trip 2016 | May 31, 2016
  • New Orleans!After three, nearly-continuous days (that’s 60 hours and 20 minutes, y’all) aboard some trains, it was like being born again to step off of that train in Louisiana! There were many moments when I felt the earth moving beneath me, Posted by baecation2016 in Lovebug Train Trip 2016 | May 28, 2016
  • FINAL HOURS -TOYKO'S TSUKIJI FISH MARKETTsukiji Market (築地市場, Tsukiji Shijō) is a large wholesale market for fish, fruits and vegetables in central Tokyo. It is the most famous of over ten wholesale markets that handle the distribution of fish, meat, produce and flowers in Tokyo. Posted by curlygirl in One mom, one son, one world | May 28, 2016
  • ON THE WAY TO LIMA THROUGH HUACACHINA & PARACASRyan and I finally met again on the Oltursa night bus from Arequipa to Ica. After Bolivia, I was expecting very limited bus service (last time I asked in Sucre if there would be food served on the night bus Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | May 27, 2016
  • Birmingham - Dubai - Nairobi As we approach Dubai Airport after seven hours or so in the air, the sun rises and we get a brief glimpse of this modern metropolis from the air. [img= Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | May 11, 2016
  • Revisiting Beijing Time to visit some familiar sights. Time to leave Xi An and head to Beijing. This will be interesting to see 20 years on and what has changed. All went well at the airport although we did have a few queues Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | May 23, 2016
  • Tiger Hill, Zhouzhuang Water Township and Farewell for nowAngela organised a car and driver for the whole day so thankfully a train trip back to Shanghai was avoided. First stop was Starbucks for a coffee and then onto Tiger Hill. Main attraction is the Yunyansi Pagoda, built Posted by jkerkin in Continental Drift | May 21, 2016
  • Tall Buildings and the Venice of ChinaEarly start with a Chinese breakfast of wonton soup and dumplings and then off to the Shanghai World Financial (or as we know it "the bottle opener") look out at the 100 floor level. It rises up 474 m and Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | May 19, 2016
  • Spectacular Shanghai!Start of our sight seeing adventures and after a sleep in, hotel buffet breakfast and got some money we got picked up by Jen's work colleague, Huiliang. Not quite sure what to expect, he took us to the Bund side Posted by tszeitli in Continental Drift | May 17, 2016
  • ZipoliteAfter an enjoyable week in Oaxaca and surrounds we headed off to the coast. Rather than an 8 hour bus ride on windy mountain roads, we opted to take a small plane to Huatulco and then hired a cab Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 8, 2016
  • Excursions from OaxacaAfter a few days of wandering the streets of Oaxaca, we were ready to go a little further afield. We went on a day trip into the Sierra Norte with a small tour group to the Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 4, 2016
  • Mexico and New MexicoThis winter was different. Instead of our usual travels we decided to go closer to home in consideration of a possible move from upstate New York. The Mexican portion of the trip was the only "abroad" section and Posted by jonshapiro in Vagabonding at 60 | May 1, 2016
  • Jiyu Ken Curry Rice (Famous Osaka Curry Rice)As many of you might know, curry is one of the soul food in Japan. Japanese curry is quite different from those of India and Thailand since it is much more sweeter. The reason for it being sweeter Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Apr 24, 2016
  • Sapporo, The Winter City==Introduction== Hokkaido prefecture is the most northern island of Japan, right above Aomori. The capital city of Hokkaido is Sapporo and is one of the most visited cities in Japan. Though Hokkaido is known of its cold winters, they Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Kanazawa, The City of Gold. | Apr 24, 2016
  • Namie YakisobaNamie Yakisoba is a famous dish in Namie-cho, Fukushima prefecture. So what is the different between namie yakisoba and the mainstream yakisoba we heard of? Well, the first difference is the noodles itself. For namie yakisoba, they Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Apr 6, 2016
  • Tonpei YakiTonpei Yaki is an Osaka classic dish. It is almost always ordered as an appetizer at any Okonomiyaki store you go to in Osaka. If you listen closely while at a Okonomiyaki restaurant in Osaka at other people Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Apr 6, 2016
  • Negi YakiNegi yaki is one of Osaka's great delicacies. This dish is similar to the traditional Okonomiyaki but with a large amount of "negi" or green onions (as we call it in English) along with the batter and other ingredients. Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Apr 3, 2016
  • Chapter 3: Pondicherry and Chennai the sequelPondicherry feels bizarrely clean after Chennai. It also retains a vaguely French feel from its days under French rule. [center][img= caption=This might explain why every other foreigner I met in Po Posted by baddyriley in Baddy Riley Blogs from the Old Gum Tree | Apr 1, 2016
  • Toruko RiceToruko rice is a famous dish in Nagasaki. The dish consists of Tonkatsu (deep fried pork cutlet), curry pilaf and spaghetti. The word Toruko means Turkey in Japan and rice means rice so it basically means Turkish rice. Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Mar 30, 2016
  • Jako-Katsu and JakotenJakoten is the soul food of all soul food in Ehime Prefecture. No matter where you go in Ehime, Uwajima or Imabari, you will definitely find a place that sells Jakoten. So what is Jakoten? Well Jakoten Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Mar 30, 2016
  • My temporary life in rural NepalI have been eating well – too well – in the village. Rural Nepalis generally only have two proper meals each day; lunch between 9-10am and dinner around 7-8pm. Both of these meals will invariably be dal bhat. During the Posted by Andrea R in Andrea's Asian Adventures | Mar 30, 2016
  • Food Photography in Delhi by Krishnendu ChatterjeePhotographers are made of people who have a vision and a dream of best Photo for amazing locations like tours places in delhi, india and all worlds. While this artistic side is self-expressive and enduring, it can also be a Posted by foodphotography in Food Photography in Delhi by Krishnendu | Mar 14, 2016
  • The Food in ThailandIt took me a few weeks to figure out what I liked and how to get it, but still, every meal is an adventure. Most of the dishes are either a meat with rice or some kind of noodle dish. Posted by juliaaugh in Thailand 2016 | Mar 6, 2016
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