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Kit Kat Attack

From time to time, there are certain brands of snack that manufacture many different flavors of one particular product to suit the tastes and demands of a city or country.  This will be a first of many series that I will post when I am able to collect a variety of interesting collections of snacks. […]

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Daily Prompt: Places

When I saw this theme “places” so many ideas jumped to my mind.  I have traveled the world quite a bit and thought maybe I should show my favorite places.  However, having spent the past 7 months in Hong Kong after being away for 12 years has made me open my eyes to the beauty […]

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Lunch with the Giant Buddha of Lantau

I head towards Lantau, a small island just south west of Hong Kong.  Awaiting me there is a giant buddha, said to be one of the largest in the world, and a vegetarian meal fit for a monk! Hope you all enjoy!

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Lost in Details

My last trip to Chiang Mai really allowed me to explore all the local street foods.  I made it a point to try and find as many places as I could and experience all the delicious looking Thai dishes.  How much more authentic can you get than this?  When I happened to come upon this […]

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Feast for the Eyes and Feast for the Stomach

When I was invited by the General Manager of the Shen Zhen JW Marriott Hotel for a Chinese meal and a tasting menu that would make anyone salivate, I immediately set a date to hop over the border and spend a few nights.  Food entices my every move, that and a chance to blog about […]

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Positano Goodies

Positano, Italy is a place unlike any other.  I waited so many years to visit this part of Italy and was worried that my anticipation would disappoint me when I actually arrived there.  The truth is the moment I stepped foot in Positano it completely charmed me.  It is a small picturesque town located along […]

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Eating at the Peak of Thailand

Doi Inthanon National Park is not far from Chiang Mai and definitely well worth visiting.  It houses Thailand’s highest peak at 2,565 meters (8,400 ft).  Unfortunately, I wasn’t feeling too well that day and was not able to see everything I wanted.  Being the gourmand that I am, I ate something bad the night before and […]

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Omelette Pad Thai

While exploring Chiang Mai’s old city I found a courtyard filled with food stalls and I decided to stop for a bite.  My meal of choice? Omelette Pad Thai.  Watch as the cook prepares my meal before my eyes, all for a low cost of 30 baht!

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Eating my Way Around Streets of Chiang Mai

There are street foods in most Asian countries you travel to but for Thai people it is engrained in their culture.  Local Thais love their street food and I can understand why.  Absolutely great tasting food for as little as 10 baht?  Affordable and delectable.  Just for your reference, 40 baht is approximately equivalent to […]

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Tea and Art

To all you cultural junkies out there who would not mind an afternoon of sipping tea along with a nice cake followed by an art walk of creativity,  OCT Loft – Creative Industrial Park – is the place you want to be.  I feel very lucky indeed that I was able to catch the art […]

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