Posts Tagged‘food’

6 Things You Shouldn’t Do Abroad (But Probably Are)

Let’s be honest. Nobody takes the time to research things you shouldn’t do abroad anymore. That could be for various reasons: It doesn’t cross your mind; You think “not breaking the law” should be enough; Basic disinterest; It’s good that you took the time to research this as well. Most of the time people are just excited to travel. They look up everything, including but not limited to landmarks to see, the local cuisine and local tips, what they should pack for the trip, etc. You may find a few of these “things you shouldn’t do abroad” lists online. Probably…

A Weekend in Georgetown, Penang Malaysia: top attractions, eats, and more!

In recent years, Penang has attracted a lot of press for being a foodie mecca and for possessing more than its share of heritage buildings. Working in Kuala Lumpur and looking to take a weekend off in a culturally rich travel destination? Want to reset your Thai visa in a place with attractions that will make the processing time go by fast? Then give Penang a try. This guide will run down the best sights to see, things to do, and places to dine in this world-class destination. Let’s get started below… Where is Penang? Sitting off the coast of…

Prueba la genial aplicación UberEats en la Ciudad de México con mi exclusivo código de promoción!

For English version, click here: UberEats in Mexico City Desde que Uber llego a México, ha ido creciendo a pasos agigantados – la última innovación en el servicio es la llegada de UberEats. Aun no esta habilitada en todas partes, pero estoy muy feliz de poder decir que ¡ya puedes usar UberEats en la Ciudad de México! Como muchas ciudades, la Ciudad de México tiene muchas opciones de entrega – pero definitivamente no todas son creadas igual. Para locales, nuevos ex patriotas o visitantes a la ciudad, ordenar comida puede ser una tarea muy estresante. Puede ser que no tengas…

Try Awesome UberEats in Mexico City With My Exclusive Coupon Code!

Para version Espanol, haz click aqui: UberEats en la Ciudad de Mexico Since Uber came to Mexico, it has been growing by leaps and bounds – Uber’s latest service innovation is the introduction of UberEats. It isn’t available everywhere yet, but I am happy to say that you can now use UberEats in Mexico City! Like most cities, Mexico City has lots of delivery options – but they definitely are not all created equal. For new expats or visitors to the city, ordering food can be a fairly stressful undertaking. You might not have any idea of what restaurant options…

JustFly’s Guide to the Must-Try Japanese Foods  

As an avid traveler, I have to admit that food is one of the major reasons why I go to a certain place. Having been to 15 countries already, I’ve had the chance to try out some amazing (and not-so-amazing) dishes. From desserts to exotic street food, I make sure to never miss anything worth tasting. That said, some of the best-tasting cuisine I’ve ever tried came from ‘The Land of the Rising Sun’. I remember it was a winter night in December of 2015 when I first arrived in Japan. After a 10-hour flight from Sydney which I booked…

Mexico City’s Coolest Neighborhood: Roma Norte!

mural in mexico city

Post updated in October, 2016 When it comes to Mexico City, there are a lot of preconceptions and false truths. If you ask someone what they know or think about it, you’ll probably get, “dangerous, dirty, crowded”. While I myself had many doubts the first time I decided to go to Mexico City, I couldn’t have been more wrong and my initial trip was a completely eye opening experience. Mexico City is massive, and like any massive city, it has less desirable areas to visit…just like any city for that matter. Cities don’t operate without a strata of people in different…

The Best of All Worlds – Ghent Belgium!

historic center of Ghent

Located in the northwest of Belgium, Ghent (or Gent) is a beautiful canal-laced city that is often overlooked on most people’s Belgium itinerary who often opt to blow through it via train from Brussels to Bruges. While my mom vehemently suggested I go to Bruges (I had only 1 extra day to spare after Brussels), I decided to give the “ugly” sister a chance, and I’m so glad I did… While Bruges might be the world-renowned UNESCO beauty, Ghent is most certainly no DUFF. Thanks to Belgium’s extremely easy-to-navigate and frequent trains, I just showed up at the central train…

2 Days in Brussels – The Capital of Europe!

After 12 days in Germany, it was time for me to head somewhere new. I had no plan after Berlin until a few days before when I was checking out cheap flights to wherever I could go without changing planes. I saw one pop up on Easy Jet (low cost European airline) to Brussels, Belgium so I thought, why not?! Brussels Airport is pretty massive and I’ve flown through it a couple of times in the past. This was the first time I’ve actually passed all the way through to the baggage claim, but I have to say, it’s a…

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