June 22, 2021.Reading time 11 minutes.
If you’ve read my post on 10 Local Foods To Try In Japan and couldn’t get enough of all of the delicious foods, you’ve come to the right place. Here are 10 more local foods to try in Japan! Food is one of the best ways to learn about a new culture and its also […]
December 28, 2020.Reading time 5 minutes.
Until the late 1960’s five little towns hidden somewhere in the mighty cliffs of the Italian Rivera were virtually unknown to the rest of the world. These little sleepy Italian fishing villages have now become some of the most famous coastal landscapes in the world. The Cinque Terre forms every travellers dream – what with […]
October 15, 2020.Reading time 9 minutes.
In South Africa, you’ll find an array of local dishes inspired by the indigenous population. Cultural traditions along with Dutch, French, Indian and Malaysian influences have led to a range of unique and vibrant dishes that have become known as home -grown and which, should form part of every traveller’s itinerary when visiting! I’ve put […]
July 17, 2017.Reading time 5 minutes.
TAKOYAKI A popular Japanese snack, takoyaki is usually made out of wheat flour batter, tempura scraps, green onions and the diced tako (octopus), brushed with takoyaki sauce and topped with dried bonito fish flakes. Served hot, these octopus balls are absolutely delicious! image TAMOGOYAKI Grilled egg is delicious in any part of the world so […]
June 7, 2017.Reading time 11 minutes.
I was never a girl to try local street food but truth be told: my perception of street food soon changed after living in China for two and half years. Street food is not just food in China, it’s a culture. In fact, I’d be so bold as to say, it’s a way of life. […]
May 24, 2017.Reading time 6 minutes.
There’s something special about old Scottish castles housing beautiful artworks from the classical era. It takes you back on a historical journey of a time that once was. On our last night in Scotland, we attended a gala dinner at the wondrous Gosford House near Longniddry, in East Lothian. At the time, I had never heard […]