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 I never really knew much about New Zealand except for its famous rugby team, the All blacks. I think I recall New Zealand having good lamb meat too. So when I arrived, I didn’t really know what to expect, I thought it may be similar to Australia but I was pleasantly surprised. New Zealand is separated into the North and South islands. I only … Continue reading South New Zealand & Captain America
Blurb Everyone I speak to always says how amazing Australia is! I think it would be like how I view Japan as a place to live and visit, so must be literally heaven on earth! By the way I copied the classic itinerary of going down the East Coast (going up or down doesn’t matter but the majority go up). It would be impossible to … Continue reading East Coast OZ: Does Australia live up to the hype?
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
Blurb I spent some time in Cordoba, Puerto Iguazu and Buenos Aires. So the real question is Cordoba V Buenos Aires. If you have seen Batman V Superman then there isn’t one single hero, they are both great cities but which did I prefer and more importantly, which would you prefer? I met a lot of young travellers in Argentina, when I say young usually … Continue reading Cordoba, Buenos Aires and Asado
Blurb I made it. I got past security, customs and most importantly Trumps regulations. If you’re politically in the know and you like American War history then you probably know a fair bit about Cuba. The country itself has a rich history from the overthrowing of Batista, Bay of Pigs and changes that came about when Fidel Castro was in power. I didn’t blog about … Continue reading Cuban cigars, Mojitos and Hemingway
Blurb The lights, the noise, bustling crowds and in a city that literally doesn’t sleep. Its allure extends worldwide and it is known as Sin city, where if you tell someone “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” will probably get you a fat grin and a remark “One day, we’ll go with the lads”. Las Vegas, Spanish for “The Meadows”, it actually has a … Continue reading What happens in Vegas..