We discovered this little gem of a cafe by accident. Its name is Conifer Four Seasons Book Cafe and Fast Food. Aside from being such a unique and refreshing place, it’s got fast wifi, a large variety of food, including vegetarian options, and is a great space for the digital nomad who prefers chilled out […]
This post came about after seeing that Greta Thunberg and many others in the climate change movement are vegan. I hadn’t really thought that much about my food eating habits, because to me eating meat and dairy was normal and not something people really discussed. So, I set out to find out why it could […]
The problem with climate change is it’s something we’re all scared of. And when we’re scared of things, we tend to avoid them, me included. So, I’ve decided to educate myself a bit more. Here’s my questions and answers in the search for facts.
These are our top 10 favourite foods we found in Ho Chi Minh for under $5. Not all are authentic Vietnamese foods, but they were all definitely mouth wateringly delicious.
The Mid-Autumn Festival is a huge holiday in Vietnam. It’s also known as the Moon Festival, the Harvest Moon Festival and the Children’s Festival. Each year the festival is held on a different date because it is celebrated on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calender. This year it fell on […]
I want to be clear that we aren’t 100% certain this was a scam, but we were pretty damn suspicious. Read about our recent experience with the ride share app, Grab, and judge for yourself.
For such a small island, Langkawi really has a lot to offer. Here’s a list of 10 things to do and see. There’s beautiful beaches, great food, stunning scenery and wildlife, and a few tourist attractions. This is an island where you can either relax and soak up the atmosphere or you can find plenty […]
The story of Vietnamese egg coffee is an interesting one. Apparently it was created in around 1940 when Vietnam was separated into the North and the South. Coffee with condensed milk was popular in the south, but the poorer residents in the north couldn’t afford to buy it, so they used egg yolks with sugar […]
Below is a list of a few handy things I learned while staying in Malaysia, including how to interpret a drink menu, where to find cheap drinking water, what economy rice is, and how to find the cheapest accommodation.
It was coming to the end of our stay in Pantai Cenang, Langkawi, and we only had 100 MYR left (about $24 US). So, we decided to set ourselves the challenge to make the 100 MYR last for the two of us for three days for food and drinks.