Tagged: Travel

Rasni Warung (Bali, Indonesia)

Cheap and below average but amazing views, great service and it was so cheap. I guess this is a first time I will be posting a below average review but there is not much of a choice when we visited Padang Padang Beach during our vacation in Bali, so if...

Sky Garden Bali (Bali, Indonesia)

If you are young (even the young at heart) and love to party when in Bali this place is a must, Sky Garden Bali. If I can describe it in few words it will be a “Nightlife Theme Park” where you can listen to any music, in any genre, in...

Enjoying Rujak at Kuta Beach

Rujak means “mixture” or “eclectic mix” and this is what this dish is, a traditional fruit and vegetable salad dish commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Available everywhere across Indonesia from street vendors, warungs or even posh restaurants serve this. The origin of rujak is unclear and there is...

Green Kubu (Bali, Indonesia)

Of all the restaurants we tried in Bali, I guess this was overall the best we tried in terms of location, price and most importantly flavour. It is not your average place, in fact it is hard to get here, it is located in the middle of Tegallalang and if...

Bakso Boedjangan (Bali, Indonesia)

What’s good when you travel the off beaten path then you will discover places like this. When we were in Bali we tried to live like a local, using their transport system, visiting the back streets, watch in their cinemas, even use their local facilities like parlours and dentist. One...

Adelaide Central Market – A Visual Essay

Adelaide Central Market was not on my plans when I visited Adelaide a couple of months ago, I just saw this after having my morning stroll killing time before the next itinerary on my trip. I was in great joy after I saw that sign outside which says “Adelaide Central...

After 15 Years I Visited a Wet Market in the Philippines

I remember this wet market is a common scene for me when I was growing up. My mom always ask me to come with her when she buys our food for the week whether it is in Balintawak, Muñoz, Nepa Q Mart, Farmers Market in Cubao and Baguio City Market....

Philippine Fast Food Scene 15 Years After

Like a family member if you are with them always you will not notice the change, that is why when your friend tell you that your child got taller or even tell you that you get fatter the sometimes you can’t believe it, it’s because that you are used to...

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...

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...