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  • August 2019 - Mongolia - Part 1 - The Gobi DesertGobi Desert, August 2019 Tuyukhuu took the guitar with a gleam in his eye. He tested out the sound of the E string, then ran up the bass string to an A minor chord. His gnarled fingers bending to Posted by capetocape2017 in Cape to Cape 2017. By Land. Mostly | Oct 8, 2019
  • Miso KatsuLike all other parts of Japan, Aichi people are also fascinated with pork and what is a better way to eat pork than deep-frying them into cutlets like the rest of Japan? Now, here is the catch. Unlike Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jul 22, 2017
  • OchazukeOchazuke is a common dish served all over Japan. It is a very traditional dish where you have either tea, dashi or hot water poured over rice. There are different types of ochazukes with different toppings. The Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jun 3, 2017
  • Taiwan RamenThe Taiwan ramen, a Nagoya classic was invented by a Taiwanese restaurant owner. The dish has nothing to do with the country Taiwan nor the ingredients being in the ramen just to be clear. So, what is Taiwan Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Apr 27, 2017
  • Katsu MeshiKatsu meshi is a comfort food of Kakogawa city in Hyogo prefecture. It is a side of deep-fried beef cutlet covered in a demi-glace sauce served with a side of rice. The demi-glace sauce here is not the Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Apr 24, 2017
  • Southeast Asian food in OsakaI am back with another episode of authentic foreign food in Osaka. Today I am here to try an authentic flavor which I have truly miss, the taste of Southeast Asia. Though I have never been to Southeast Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Apr 24, 2017
  • Ankake SpaghettiAnkake Spaghetti is a well-known comfort food of Nagoya. If you go to one of these restaurants during lunch time you will find it filled up with salarymen. This dish is very affordable and filling and good for Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 9, 2017
  • Taiwan Maze SobaThis is a famous dish invented in Nagoya by the "Menya Hanabi" ramen shop owner. Since Taiwan ramen is a famous dish of Nagoya, this is the dry version of it. You have the spicy sauce at the Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 5, 2017
  • The Hidden Place in HyogoWhenever asked what prefecture is beside Osaka, most people will say Kyoto to the right and Kobe to the left. That's what most travelers refer to Hyogo prefecture, they call it Kobe because that's what most if not all Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Best Travel Guides | Oct 24, 2016
  • Robata YakiRobata yaki is a way of cooking, usually grilling your food over coal. I've had this amazing experience of robata yaki when I visited Hokkaido. The region that's famous for this style cooking is no other than Kushiro Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Jan 30, 2016
  • Mapo YakisobaMapo Yakisoba is one of many soul food people who live in the prefecture Miyagi eat. What makes this dish so interesting is that other parts of Japan has never thought of adding Mapo Tofu to noodles, only rice. Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Sep 30, 2015
  • Curry Gyunyu Miso Ramen They Curry Gyunyu Miso Ramen (curry milk miso ramen) is one of the famous specialty ramen in Aomori prefecture of Japan. For those who do not know where Aomori is, it lies in the most northern part of main Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Sep 20, 2015
  • Do WidzeniaThe first full day in Poland has been incredible so far. The day started with a 5 am jet lag induced wake up at our hostel? Why 5 am? Probably because we laid down to read and write last night Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | Jun 24, 2014
  • Nazca and ArequipaWe arrived in Nazca, a medium size desert town about an hour inland from the coast, after a three hour bus ride from Paracas. Elijah is doing much better on buses already. When we got off the bus, we Posted by jessp2386 in Searching for the Source | Dec 7, 2012
  • Shopping![center]I shouldn’t be allowed to go shopping alone, the packaging is too cool looking to resist, who wouldn’t want a drink with this happy looking little kid on it? Well me, after I opened it and realised that it was Posted by Jessica_l_ball in Big Jess, Little China | Sep 16, 2012
  • To Take or Not to Take...Antimalarials People living in Africa will tell you they don’t take anti-malarial medication. They have their reasons, which are many and varied. However, one such, “I never take the stuff” long-term SA resident pal of ours contracted it (again) after Posted by haveyoubeenyet in Have You Been Yet? by Pam Fisher | Jul 19, 2012
  • A very rainy hitchhiking adventure from Sydney to Melbourne.As a rule, Australia is split up in 2 main regions, north and south. The north has a tropical climate. Season are pretty much non-existing. You have “The Dry” followed by “The Wet”. If you’ve seen the news recently you Posted by flemishgirl in Sustainable Travel | Jan 29, 2011
  • Fine Line Between Half Full and Half EmptyMy day was odd. I decided to have no plans and after a few glasses of self-indulgent French wine (still cheaper than 2 Oceans for those who tend towards judgement) and some bad dreams last night, this morning presented nothing Posted by JayneHol in Meet My Vietnam | Dec 18, 2010

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