Getting Fresh In France: French Mountain Food

Given its proximity to my home country, I haven’t spent nearly as much time in France as I should have. I was there for a week in year 8, on a school trip to Normandy; one day in Lille when I was in year 12; a few days in Disneyland Paris when I was 18, and then a trip to Paris proper for a week in September last year. If I were to call myself an expert on France, then…
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July 9, 2014

Leofoo Village: Rides, Culture (Kinda) & A Judgmental Toucan

Leofoo Village, an amusement park around an hour and a half outside of Taipei, called to me the moment I first heard about it. A fantasy land of themed areas, fun rides, and monkeys? It sounded too delightfully…
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July 7, 2014

One Night In Theatron

Walking down the street, chatting away to Andres, I felt much safer in Bogota than I had when I’d been there about a month earlier. Despite the sun having gone down in the Colombian capital city, and with…
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July 4, 2014

The British Food I Miss The Most

A few weeks ago, while sitting in the teachers’ room at work and picking bones out of some chopped up chicken in a three-meat dinner box – pork and duck featured, too – I thought to myself…
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July 2, 2014

All The Things I Did In Hong Kong

Hong Kong. I’ve been struggling with what to write about Hong Kong. I mean, I wrote a food post about it… where I talked about liquid nitrogen ice cream and eating Haribo after seeing the Big Buddha on Lantau
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June 30, 2014

On Pulling Myself Out Of A Rut

I haven’t been practicing what I preach lately when it comes to blogging. Whenever new bloggers ask me about blogging, I tell them to have a schedule and post consistently. Mine is every Monday, Wednesday,…
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June 6, 2014

All The Things I Ate In Hong Kong

Hong Kong was a funny city for me, food wise. Not funny as in ha-ha funny – because really, when does that ever apply to food, unless we’re talking about phallic cakes…? No, I mean funny as in not quite
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