A culinary journey of 28 dishes from Europe

The European Union is a unique economic and political partnership among 28 diverse European democratic countries on the Europe continent. These countries relinquish part of the sovereignty to combine to form a single major economic and commercial power. From ancient standing stones to towering modern skyscrapers, and from the snow cap mountains of the Alps […]

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More adventures Way up High, with #MeetSouthAfrica

Day 3, and we wake up nice and early for our next adventure with #MeetSouthAfrica  If you’ve never been airborne, floating over the land at sunrise, in a hot air balloon, believe me when I say that it’s a surrealistic experience. It’s a lot like diving, where one experiences the amniotic calm of a fetus inside the […]

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Back to Sin Hiap Kee for that Curry Fish Head Fix

Just as any South East Asian that’s been away in the West for too long, the immediate craving on the dining table is for something greasy, sweet-sour, spicy and hot off the stove. I am back in KL! And my appetite for all things spicy, greasy and generally eaten with a truck load of steaming […]

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Swissôtel Berlin – terrific hospitality in the heart of West Berlin

The Swissôtel Berlin is located in West Berlin, in the center of a bustling district known as Kurfürstendamm. This is where all the action is! From cafes, to endless rows of shopping boutiques, beauty parlors, restaurants and supermarkets, you will never be bored. A lot of beautiful people here to ogle at – from trendy […]

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Las Vacas latest Breakfast Menu

Having heard good things about the butcher, Las Vacas, and their steaks, we were rather pleased to be invited over to check out their latest breakfast menu. Las Vacas is touted to do delicious, affordable steaks and we hoped that the breakfast menu would be the same. The Wagyu Karubi and Eggs – RM28 One […]

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Getting to know Jozi #MeetSouthAfrica

Immediately after spending 2 weeks in Berlin, it was time to fly to Johannesburg for the #MeetSouthAfrica campaign. They say, “It’s Jozi, that Joburg is affectionately known as.. ”   I say, “Very nice to meet you, Jozi!” 

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Godzilla 2014

The mega-monster, Gojira, is back on the big screen for the 29th or 30th time since its premiere in 1954. The early press screenings for Godzilla 2014 have already yielded good reviews and good ratings.  Besides the invincible big boy, there are the usual scientists, the nuclear reactors, the warfare, the crumbled cities, and lots […]

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Hennessy Appreciation Grows 2014 at Danga Bay, Johor Bahru

Has time really passed so quickly? Hennessy Appreciation Grows is no stranger to those in Malaysia or to those who read this blog. This year, Hennessy Appreciation Grows 2014 would take us to the south of West Malaysia. Taking place for the very first time in Johor Bahru, men in bow ties and women in evening […]

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I heard a Roomer – Roomers Frankfurt

One of the incredibly cool hotels I managed to stay at while passing through Frankfurt, thanks to Agoda’s fine arrangements, was Roomers. The hotel itself is located a mere 3 minute walk from Frankfurt’s main train station and is also located just 10 minutes to a trendy food district in town. If you don’t mind a bit […]

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Queensland – Gold Coast Hinterland

Moving away from the Sunshine Coast, we head South towards Gold Coast, but not before making a short detour into the Hinterlands, the inner section from the coast, where the hilly, mountainous regions and its farms offer its own rural charm. Though we passed many fields and farms in quaint towns and idyllic nature parks, […]

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