ArchivesPosts Tagged ‘food’

25Nov

We have only spent a day in Oodnadatta – bought a large portion of potato chips, restocked on pasta and pesto, filled our bottles with rainwater we found in a tank hidden behind a former train station and went back into the desert. Our old Schwalbe Mondial tires were on their last breath in Australia […]Continue Reading

01Oct

Here is Bali. An amazing island! Taking a ferry from Java: Bali is predominantly Hindu, with a mix of Islam, Christianity and Buddhism. Balinese wedding: Architecture on Bali is simply stunning! We sometimes had problems distinguishing private houses from temples!Continue Reading

20Sep

Java. The most densely populated island of Indonesia. The key to fully enjoy it is very simple: choose smaller roads. Cycling through the tinniest possible roads and paths guaranteed constant surprises. Hidden art pieces on the walls, lush green rice paddy fields, traditional lifestyle… Java is famous for its rice plantations: the crop is grown on […]Continue Reading

26Aug

You might have heard of the mythical king of fruits – durian. This huge, spiky, South East Asian fruit is famous for its pungent smell, that is best described as a mix of sweet onion and trash container. It is regarded a delicacy in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore and has a lot of fans among […]Continue Reading

12Jul

George Town – is an old, colonial town and a UNESCO heritage site. From time to time it is interesting to visit a touristy place. And George Town, despite the crowds, can be an unbelievably charming destination! What makes it special, is its old, traditional architecture. Since most of the buildings await their restoration, one […]Continue Reading