I have already written about the incredible experience of watching sunrise and sunset at Borobudur and Prambanan. But still, there were something more, something more than a spiritual feast, something intensified our sensations…. 😛
The day of my Havana journey continues with an intimate lunch at Restaurante Paladar Café Laurent, vintage car experience in Miramar, visit of the Revolution Square and Hotel Nacional, and ended at the Malecón!
When I saw looking at the photos in Malaysia I was wondering: what are the things in Malaysia that are different from the other Southeast Asian countries? Hence, I was trying to find out “something about…” these Southeast Asian countries and let see if I could come out with a better answer to my questions.
I had a friend visiting Europe but only stopped over in London for just one and a half day – definitely not enough for to actually “see” this historical and cultural mega-city in the UK! So, it’s a mission to make sure he sees as much of London as possible with a bicycle in 1 day…
The old city center of Malacca is listed as a Unesco Heritage Site with architecture from different cultures, walking through the Melaka Heritage Trail is like “Round the world in one hot day”!
The best way to explore these heritages would be on foot, or, by trishaws…
The ultimate guide to delicious Hong Kong Local food that many tourists may not know about.
Too much food, too little time. If you are looking for something more local, though, read on:).
Key West Day Trip from Miami Travel Guide. Where to find the best Key Lime Pie? How to get around the island?
Key West is the southernmost point of the continental U.S. I have heard about Key West for a long time, but I never really understood this place. I joined a day tour by myself, I found out the island has some pretty unique and iconic highlights… I saw Chicken, Old Town, Mile 0 Marker, a perfect sunset and a lot more.
My yummylicious adventure continues and this time I was in Seoul. The amazing dining and Korean local food experience in different neighborhoods of Seoul – it’s more than Kimchi, Rice Cakes, and Bibimbap 🙂
We signed up for a cooking class @ Viavia Jogja, we visited a local market for the ingredients, and ice cream next. Charming!
It was not until we saw waves and waves of party-goers all dressed up and ready in Baixa that we realized it was Friday night! Looking for food, wherever someplace is packed with diners, it’s got to be… good.