Nothing behind me, everything ahead of me, as is ever so on the road.
Just ate at Queenstown’s infamous Fergburger. I would tell you if I like it it not but I’m too busy putting my second order in.
One of the best parts of travelling around the world is all the different foods you get to try. There’s a Japanese style hot dog place in Sydney. This Fish Katsu Dog was too yummy not to post about.
Malaysia easily takes the title of best food in South East Asia. This Mango Ice Kachang is the perfect example of this and also something that makes me feel less guilty about to choosing to have a dessert.
This will not be leaving my hand during my stay in Penang.
Sometime, this can be breakfast.
Not a touch on my Nan’s but my Thai Island Christmas Dinner was still a pleasant surprise.
What’s worse than the salt shaker lid falling off as you salt your chips? Finding out it was actually the lid of the sugar container. I hangout out with the brightest of sparks.
The streets of Vang Vieng are lined with stalls serving up the best pancakes. They’re the perfect way to get you out of bed.
Smoothies have been my fuel for this trip. House of Fruit Shakes in Vientiane have taken the crown of offering the best I’ve had so far.
As we enter our final hours in Vietnam, I had to rush out and get one last Bun Bo. Probably my favourite food from this leg of the trip.