Wanderfood: Custard Apple Season in Taiwan

Winter in Taiwan to me means that flower seasons start anew, and winter produce becomes available in abundance. The custard apple is one such product, and while it may not be considered to be a beautiful fruit with its knobby green bumps and giant black seeds, it can certainly be called one of the most delicious! Continue Reading →

Wanderfood – Georgian Snickers Bar aka Churchkhela

Churchkhela are a traditional type of Georgian candy from the Caucasus region. They are also referred to as Georgian Snickers bars and they combine two favorite Georgian ingredients – grapes and nuts. Continue Reading →

The Best Restaurants in Taipei – Our Favorites!

I’ve often said that eating is a national past time in Taiwan. There is no shortage of Taipei restaurants to choose from, and you can find everything from simple Taiwanese dishes to five-star international cuisine all over the city. Eating out in Taipei is a lot of fun, and while it’s rare occurrence for me to stumble across a restaurant that I don’t like, it can still be tough to find restaurants that will blow your mind with their creativity and delicious offerings. These are the best restaurants in Taipei, in our opinion! Continue Reading →

15 Filipino Foods to Try in Manila

Gastronomers delight in dining out in Manila because the city offers a smorgasbord of international cuisines and street food. Here are some popular Filipino foods that you should look out for when you visit Manila. Continue Reading →

Travel Spain: Getting Off the Beaten Track in Barcelona

From unique neighborhoods, villages and one-of-kind restaurants to hidden gardens and the best view of the city, there is no shortage of things to do when you’re on vacation in Barcelona. Once you’ve finished scratching below the surface of its main attractions, why not try ticking off some of these unusual activities for a truly unique Spanish vacation? Continue Reading →

Travel Georgia: The Road to Kazbegi – A Journey through the Caucasus Mountains

A travel tale of our journey from Tbilisi to the tiny mountain village of Kazbegi in the Caucasus Mountains, just a short 10km away from the Russian border. Continue Reading →