Food to try in Vietnam When I arrived in Vietnam, I realised that there were other dishes apart from beef pho. I scratched my head and thought, where do I begin. I did some reading around dishes to try. Mark Wiens and Youtube were both super useful in concocting a list that would make Anthony Bourdain proud. I’m no foodie but I definitely enjoy tasting … Continue reading What to eat in Vietnam? No seriously.
Blurb The final call, the curtain closing moment, my last destination. An amazing journey, one life goal completed and I ended on a high. After a long six months, I had my final two and a half weeks in Vietnam where I would meet Bev. I had absolutely no regrets in doing it and when I lay on my deathbed, I can rest happy that … Continue reading Vietnam: Saigon and Beginning of the end
Blurb The one in the middle, a hidden gem and a place where people might say “where’s that?”. Laos or Lao is a country situated in South East Asia and is a popular traveller’s destination. It is sandwiched between Thailand, Vietnam and sits on top of Cambodia. While I was sitting in my room in Phnom Penh and chilling with a fellow traveller (Tristan!), I … Continue reading What’s a Lao?
Remember those late nights where you watch Youtube videos of people cooking, food travel bloggers and Gordon Ramsay. We have all been there and wonder why we are starving at midnight. Well, this blog post won’t help because it is just about food. I had to write another blog about filipino food because there was just so much variation. I enjoyed the breakfast choices a … Continue reading Dishes to try in the Philippines
Blurb Is it really more fun in the Phillipines? It is the tagline they use to attract swarms of tourists to its beaches on Palawan and adventure seekers to the mountain province of its main island. The Phillipines was once a Spanish colony and then an American colony, you can see the marks left by the colonial rule from the Spanish. As Spanish words are … Continue reading It’s more fun in the Philippines! Is it?
Blurb Bali is easy to say, it’s two syllables and chances are you have heard of it. The popular location in Indonesia is a tourist hub and Australians will often travel to this location year in year out. It is filled with European travellers and people who often have done a working visa in Australia looking to holiday in a cheap and different location. You … Continue reading Bali: Paradise Island
Blurb Cape Town is almost like an alien city compared to the rest of South Africa. It is modern, trendy and very cosmopolitan. I was expecting it to have the same reputation of Jo’burg but it really is the opposite, I walked around the city centre during the night, enjoyed its local restaurants without hassle and I didn’t have to pray to the Uber gods … Continue reading My favourite things about Cape Town and its not the penguins