5 Snacks you can find in Seoul – Travel Tip

Here we go.. the first guest post of the year on Cumi & Ciki. She is Juno from Seoul, Korea and she will share her travel tip on street food in Korea. Guest Writer : Juno Country: Korea Twitter: @RunawayJuno Website: Runaway Juno Eating is really important factor in many countries. Korea is definitely one […]

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Travel Tips – From around the World

Cumi & Ciki has started a new series called Travel Tips From Around the World – by guest writers from far and wide, as well as from our own backyard. They are generally avid travelers who will write on subjects such as traveling the world and all the fun and adventure that goes with it. […]

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Day 4 – Yogyakarta/Jogjakarta

Today we leave for Yogyakarta, and hopefully in about a day, I will finally get to see the magnificent Borobudur. Yogyakarta is one of the foremost cultural centers of Java. This region is located at the foot of the active Merapi volcano, Yogyakarta was in the 16th and 17th centuries the seat of the mighty […]

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Earth Hour with Red FM

In conjunction with Earth Hour and Saint Patrick’s Day, Red FM was throwing a party. A big party. Earth Hour actually falls on the 27th of March 2010, but Red FM decided to hold it, two weeks earlier. Red FM’s Love Classifieds hosted an event themed, “Go Green” at Neo Restaurant in Kuala Lumpur on […]

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To Kobe or not to Kobe, that is the Question..

On my recent trip to Kobe, Japan, one of my dream-dining experiences came true. Kobe beef is regarded as a delicacy for sure, but partaking of that prized meat in situ, as in dining on Kobe in Kobe was like my wildest dream come true. If you ask why this meat is so special , […]

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7 Things that I like about Japan

Working for a Japanese company is a real plus. I get to visit Tokyo at least once or twice a year. In the time that I have worked for this company I have visited Japan, a resounding 17 times. Amongst the places that I have had the privilege to visit include, Tokyo, Fukuoka, Hiroshima, Osaka, […]

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Nasi Lemak Daun Pisang @ Robson Heights, KL

Nasi Lemak is to Malaysians, what the English fry-up is to the British. But whilst the full English breakfast has streaky bacon, eggs, fried or grilled tomatoes, fried mushrooms, fried bread or toast and sausages, the Malaysian nasi lemak has hot spicy sauce (sambal),  hard boiled egg, cucumber slices, small dried anchovies (ikan bilis) and […]

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Albion @ Changkat Bukit Bintang, KL

It was around the middle of last year, that I read about a poll at the British  food awards, where the UK won the coveted (not!) title of “Worst National Cuisine” by a landslide. British food sucks/taste bad/has no class .. are all truisms that even the Brits buy into. I remember my hall-mates deriving […]

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7 Foods that can keep you looking Young

Does Monday get you down and do you drag yourself through the day only to look in the mirror and see dark circles, crows feet and generally, a much older you? I’ve been reading the woes of Monday on twitter and decided on a post to cheer us all up. Well, here are 7 foods […]

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Movie Review – [rec]2

from www.iconsoffright.com I loved the 1st installment of [Rec] because it used first-person faux-documentary camerawork, following a TV presenter into the building as she investigated some strange going-ons and the sequel continues this style to great effect. We ride along looking through the helmet cameras of a four-man S.W.A.T. team tasked with escorting a senior […]

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