Well you’ve reached my home page anyway. Or is it called a landing page? Who cares? Anyway, thank you for stopping by! Let me introduce myself. I’m the girl who hates worms. Read ‘hates’ as ‘is scared of’. Well, I’m scared of the live ones. The fried ones I found crispy and yummy. So much so that I wrote a blog about them. I’m also the girl who loves travel and food, especially going places I’ve never been to eat local cuisines. You can read more about me here.
My sister Sarah and friend The Soz contribute to my blog every now and then. You can read more about them by clicking on their names. A few more friends and other bloggers from around the globe contribute guest posts off and on. You can find their contributions in the Guest Writer section.
If you want to come back and read my next post, I usually try to post on Tuesdays and Fridays, because the rest of the week I’m slogging at work like everyone else, just trying to make a living. And thank you for telling me what you think of my blogs. Your comments give me direction.
Loads of Blessings,
Here are some of our most viewed posts. Enjoy!
The life of a nomad, a dream for many that goes unrealized. You can live the life of a nomad no matter what you do. All you need is the ...Read More
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East Indian Tope, a marriage of our Portuguese cultural inheritance with our Indian roots. It's the perfect all in one meal at any time. In continuing with the East Indian ...Read More
There is a church, almost in the middle of nowhere. I didn’t know about it till he showed me. Never knew it existed, but then most people don’t, I guess ...Read More
Sorpotel or Sarpatel or Sarapatel, the dish that makes mouths water anywhere it's served, no matter how you spell it. And as we always say, our East Indian version tastes ...Read More
The Beauty that is Ireland They say mother earth is breathing With each wave that finds the shore Her soul rises in the evening For to open twilights door Her ...Read More
God's resting place - Kenya As soon as the plane landed in Nairobi, I knew that I had made the right decision visiting that amazing country. Kenya or Kiinyaa, Kirinyaga ...Read More
There is so much beauty in Kenya. One has to see for oneself. I’m lucky, I’ve had the chance to visit Kenya a few times, and I always come away ...Read More
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My first kayak experience turned out to be truly eventful. By that evening I’d developed purple bruises all over my hands and legs. It was amazing! Ah, but let's get ...Read More
Majestic Masada While on our way to discover the secrets of the Dead Sea region and the healing properties of the Dead S ea, we stopped for a few hours ...Read More
As I was saying earlier, as part of my trip to Israel we spent a few days in different locations. The diversity and beauty of the country is truly amazing ...Read More
Jersualem and the Tower of David In the last blog, I spoke about my day in Eilat. The next stop of our conference was Jerusalem. Once at the airport we ...Read More
'Where else?' That’s right, 'WHERE ELSE' is an Israel Tourism Conference organized each year by Ortra that helps travel agents from around the world learn about everything Israel has to ...Read More
Being woken up in Graz by a scary voice Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? Where? Grat-zuh? I was woken up in the middle ...Read More
One of the stops on our autumn Austrian trip was Graz. We spent two nights there which was quite enough to see the entire city. Having a limited number of ...Read More
Getting there It was almost a year ago now. I remember waking up early to the smell of fresh coffee and croissants. The perks of travelling in France with your ...Read More