Blog Entries tagged 'food'
Travel Blogs Entries tagged 'food'
- The Ho Chi Minh trailThe Laos leg of our tour started in Hanoi. To get to Laos we had 2 very long bus journeys ahead of us. The first one was leaving the next morning down to Vinh - still in Vietnam. But first Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Nov 26, 2012
- Crocodiles on mopeds and other tales from HanoiLast year's brief visit to Hanoi left a strong impression, even though Jen and I weren't able to make the most of our time there. Arriving straight from the Himalayas, we were tired and preoccupied by lists of errands. We Posted by luv2trek in Parsons on Tour | Nov 20, 2012
- Hanoi and the long haul to Ha Long Bay
With the city of Hue logged into the memory banks we boarded our last night train of our Vietnam trip. So, you might have heard some horror stories about overnight trains in Vietnam, but the pre Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Nov 17, 2012
- Lost in TranslationWe are dining out in Shanghai tonight at a restaurant that relied on Google to translate the menu, but we are a bit stumped with some of the dishes and would value your help before we order. For instance: What Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 11, 2012
- Chinese Take-Out?Lovers of Chinese food will just love the food in China, and everyday can be a culinary adventure, especially when the menu offers such intriguing items as…
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- To Argentina: Suspended AnimationDo you know what it’s like to work night shift? I’ve had to work nights out of necessity this past week. My fellow deckhands suffer from motion sickness, and the ocean was giving us a hell of a ride on Posted by Rhombus in The Dusty Vagabond | Nov 8, 2012
- The View From A Luggage RackHeading straight from the airport to Varanasi (the holiest and therefore craziest city in India) on an unbooked overnight train was always going to make for an interesting 24 hours. Despite being quizzed by immigration ("how can you not know Posted by elisaalston in Not all those who wander are lost... | Nov 5, 2012
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- Perfect PaiPai
It took days to get here from Labuan Bajo which included a boat trip, 2 flights, 3 days on a train and an afternoon in a minibus. After all this I was seriously hoping Pai would live up to Posted by Vicky Bailey in Vicky and Chloe Bailey World Tour 11/12 | Oct 29, 2012
- Good morning, Vietnam!"So the weary travellers climbed off the bus after an 8 hour drive from Pnom Penh in Cambodia at the bus station in Ho Chi Minh City.........."
Ok so this place was like nothing we had ever seen before. The Posted by louslabbert in Around South East Asia in 104 days | Oct 24, 2012
- Let Me Eat CakeI had no intention of allowing my quest for spiritual fulfillment to succumb to the incessant demands of my stomach, but my sweet tooth has decreed the inevitable - I am really traveling Asia in search of cake. Unable to Posted by elisaalston in Not all those who wander are lost... | Oct 20, 2012
- Flying with AirAsia XFlying 8 hours 05 minute with a low-cost airline, AirAsia X return from Kuala Lumpur – Sydney was indeed very tiring. However, with the saving up to RM600, it was a good investment.
Posted by ainaa676 in My Sinful Pleasure | Oct 19, 2012
- We bought an iPhone!iPhone 5 for only 1 kuai! (That's about 17 cents). Who could resist! Notice the time. That's probably the time we will really get the iPhone 5. :( The doorman had a good laugh Posted by Blanchardlawn in Sinoshine | Oct 17, 2012
- Chapter one hundred and one - BeijingDay 361: Beijing, China 24/09/2012
Arrive in Beijing at around ten am, tired, greasy and bedraggled, with stinking hog breath and an emergence at a station different to the one advised by the stupid woman at the hostel in Pingyao. Manage Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Oct 16, 2012
- The Force-feedingCoro!
I stand up from the table which is littered with handouts, books, a useless fantasy hockey magazine and the infancy of my first English class preparation; scribbles and subsequent scratches on a hundred pieces of loose paper, Posted by CRBackman in Georgia On My Mind | Oct 16, 2012
- Chapter ninety eight - Xi'anDay 354: Xi'an, Shanxi, China 17/09/2012
Our overnight train pulls into Xi'an at around five forty am, and we are soon fighting the sizeable crowd that have alighted our train for a cab, aided by Jason, our pilot friend from the Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Oct 14, 2012
- "5 and a Half Days on the Ground"I still can't believe that Melissa and Lisa left their families and flew all this way to visit me in Peru! From the minute I received an email confirming their flight info, I saw the Cusco area in Posted by annevl in The Journey is the Reward | Oct 13, 2012
- Do you Buy Organic?To be truthful, not much. Sometimes, when visiting the United States, I watch my ecologically conscious friends pay through the nose for bags of expensive groceries at organic markets only to order take out, cheap and “ethnic”, by dinner time. Posted by apersephone in The Sweet Bag of the Busy Bee | Oct 11, 2012
- Chapter ninety two - Hong KongDay 337: Hong Kong, Hong Kong 31/08/2012
Up early, a slap dash beard trim and a quick drink and we are out the door past the newly acquired antiques sourced last night and en route to the airport before our eyes Posted by tevs in Unbelievable trekkers | Oct 8, 2012
- Hampton Court PalaceLondon miraculously brought the sunshine for us during our outing to Hampton Court Palace a series of lavish apartments and gardens inhabited by both King Henry VIII and William II at different times and in very different circumstances. Henry while Posted by Dohscovery in Ameizing Andventures | Sep 29, 2012
- Notting Hill CarnivalThis is a very famous carnival held every year at Notting Hill which pays tribute to the food and music of the Caribbean. This is the place where it Levi Roots made his name supplying his own range of "Reggae Posted by Wongderful in Ameizing Andventures | Aug 27, 2012
- You have Breakfast at Tiffany's, I'll do lunch at HarrodsLast Christmas, I was given a very generous gift of a gift card to Harrods. Harrods is a high end department store in West London. The store has one million square feet of retail space, making it the Posted by GregW in Greg Wesson's Esoteric Globe | Sep 30, 2012
- First Chinese activity completed: A trip to the supermarket!So I may not have bought anything of substance, but at least I won't die of starvation now...!
Now I am aware that's an awful lot of carbs, but I thought it was safer at this point than Posted by Lady Mantle in Off to China | Sep 29, 2012
- Culture Shock in ChinaThere are so many things in China that might seem completely backwards to the Western perspective. Upon my arrival I felt certain that culture shock would not affect me. After all, Ive already visited 15 other countries. Im a traveling Posted by BHammer301 in Play now, work later | Sep 27, 2012
- The wonders of British CuisineLondon has plenty of options when it comes to food. There are a few notable differences to back home. Firstly supermarkets, department stores, and chemists all provide ready to eat, cheap and relatively fresh ready to eat meals (i.e. sandwiches, Posted by Wongderful in Ameizing Andventures | Sep 27, 2012