Little Vietnam in Prague. Finding Pho.

My favourite dish in the entire world is Pho. First discovered when I was just nineteen and wide eyed in Vietnam’s Ho Chi Min city, after finding my way to the city’s famous Pho 2000. After that I could, and would, quite happily eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A bottle of Tiger on…

20 Truths of Traveling Poor

There are several different types of travelers. To many for me to list here, but there is one type in particular; the ones who live for it. Who feel more at home in a city where they have never been before then there own home town. Who are perfectly happy to live out of a…

Anyone Have A Pair Of Chopsticks?

Ever been stuck on an over night train in Egypt with two bottles of cheap, Egyptian wine and no bottle opener? Well I have, and it’s somewhat frustrating. But luckily, despite the fact that we were in North Africa, someone did have a pair of chop sticks! After a few minutes of giving the corks…

Hagelslag For Brekkie?

When you go to a new country do you ever wonder what is in the pantry of a local kitchen? What are the staples? What do they eat on a daily basis. What is their Vegemite equivalent? Well in Holland, you will find a box of ‘Hagelslag’. Despite having the best name for a food…

The In’s and Out’s of Cusco’s San Pedro Market.

I’ve touched on the San Pedro Market in Cusco a few times before, in particular mentioning all the weird and wonderful products you can obtain there. The most popular section, for both locals and curious tourists, is the ‘Innards’. Here is a little insight into what exactly you can find hanging on hooks and spread…

18 Life Lessons Learned From Traveling The World

Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
kokorowashinjin I never thought I would still be nomadic. My original round-the-world trip was only supposed to last one year before I went back home, found a “real” job, settled down, and by now, be married, have a house, 2.5 children, and complain about my retirement fund to my friends.…