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Pick you own Free Avocados in Auckland

Yes, you had read the title correctly there are free avocadoes that you can pick your own in Auckland, it’s on a public orchard and it’s not a myth. You might have heard this before and was sceptical like me but I did visit the place a couple of week...

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Mission Estate (Napier, New Zealand)

Established in 1851 Mission Estate is New Zealand’s oldest existing vineyard and it was established by the French Roman Catholic missionaries where they introduced many generations of wine making experience and a few precious vines from France. It does still look like it is still maintained by missionaries, when you...

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Kualoa Ranch and Zipline (Kaneohe, Hawaii)

I had never been to this part of O’ahu so I never expect what to see in this part of the island, at first, I thought this place just contain secluded beaches away from the bulk of tourists in Honolulu, that was true but it offers more than that. As...

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Explorer’s Club Restaurant (Hong Kong Disneyland, Hong Kong)

Explorer Club is a restaurant inside Hong Kong Disneyland located in Mystic Point just located between Grizzly Gulch and Toy Story Land, they serve mostly Asian cuisine like Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Indian, Vietnamese and Malaysian. Prices here range from HK$100.00 – HK$200.00 which is in the above affordable scale, but...

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Bizarre, Interesting and Funny Japanese Food

English is not Japans first language, some of them even struggle to communicate with foreigners so I guess we can all understand by now why these funny food products exist. Before I only see this on others people blogs but now I have first-hand account on some of them, and...

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Vendo Machine Food in Japan

Do you know that there is approximately 1 vending machine for every 23 people in Japan? That is roughly 5.6 Million vendo machines for the whole of the country. Locally these machines are called “jidouhanbaiki” (自動販売機) or in its short form “jihanki” (自販機) and everywhere you go even the most...

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Tsukiji Fish Market Street Food

Before visiting the Tsukiji Fish Market I never knew what to expect, does it look like a fish market back in the Philippines where it’s all wet and smelly? Or will it be something similar the fish market here in New Zealand where it is more tamed and located in...

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Street Food Capital of Japan – A Visual Essay

Okonomiyaki, Takoyaki, Grilled Snow Crabs, Crepes, Sushi, Gyoza, Waffles, Dango, the list goes on and what is this all about? Well that’s what you can expect in the Street Food Capital of Japan, nowhere else but Osaka. I wanted to name it as a street food capital of the world...

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Meiji Jingu Open Air Food Court

The last time I was in an open air food court was in SS2 back in Petaling Jaya in Malaysia, that was roughly 10 years ago and I missed that scene, the memories of happy people sharing food, the scents stir frying woks and meats grilling as well as the...

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Instant Noodle Experience in Japan

Thanks Momofuku Ando without you instant noodles would be non-existent, I know it’s not the healthiest of any food available out there but I believe in the saying that if its commercially edible nothing is bad for you it’s just the volume/amount you consume of a certain thing that makes...