To all the traveling foodies (and especially fellow budget foodies) this one is for you! A majority of my travel planning revolves around food and how far I can stretch my newly acquired currency! From the affordable Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurants to lunch deals and free food tours! Here are my top 8 tips for travel foodies to keep in mind when you venture out and feed your bellies!
Sometimes all you need is a weekend trip to reset and refresh your mind and your stomach. I headed to Washington to visit some family and we traversed Seattle together for a full day of eating in different neighborhoods. After eating or drinking almost every hour from morning to evening, I've compiled a list of a few unique places. If you're planning on a quick trip to Seattle and you need a few good food options, look no further for a delicious one day Seattle food guide perfect for a weekend in Emerald City.
In the capital city of Honolulu, you will find more than a dozen shave ice shops to choose from. There are local mom and pop shops, franchises, tiny stalls, and those located in a large strip mall. It can be downright terrifying with all these delicious choices! Luckily, I’ve taken care of the difficult parts for you. I've climbed the highest mountains, went down the lowest valleys, and added several pounds to my waist to create this comprehensive guide to shave ice in Oahu so you can head straight to the one that speaks to you most.
This is a special post to me as it is my first time being part of a collaboration! Connie over at Earth to Connie wanted to create a collection of local hidden gems from bloggers around the world. The posts highlight favorite lesser known places to visit like cafes, restaurants, parks, trails that may not be found in a city guide! Are you ready for a tiny taste of Northern California? Here are my Silicon Valley hidden gems..
Japan is a fascinating country! It is easily one of the top places I have visited to date (even if I only visited a teeny, tiny small fraction of one of the islands in a country comprised of 6,852 islands). The combination of culture, people, food, and scenery all contribute to the environment which makes it exponentially different than any other place I've traveled. Despite the crowd of tourists that flock to the country, there are no shortages of activities as Japan is incredibly unique. Here are some simple unwritten (but now written) rules to keep in mind as you explore all that is Japan.
Dobry den! or Hello! When researching what to eat in Prague, there is no shortage of results listing Czech foods like goulash (stew), svíčková (braised beef in creamy vegetable sauce), chlebíček (open-faced sandwiches), and other fun items like smažený sýr which is fried cheese served with tartar sauce! Fun fact: Although goulash actually originated in medieval Hungary, Czechs have put their own spin on it by serving with bread dumplings or knedliky to soak up all of the yummy flavors. Many Czech dishes are hearty and can keep your stomach full for hours so I wanted to find a few alternatives which are still enjoyed by locals. Keep reading to find…
Two days isn’t quite enough time to discover, eat, and digest all of the food offered in a single district of Saigon’s twenty-four unique locales. Though not my first time in the popular Southern city, it was my first time actually wandering the streets of Saigon as a tourist. I had an unofficial tour through the different neighborhoods and finally experienced the bustling, tourist-laden streets of the area known as Backpacker’s District. By no means is this an exhaustive list of all of the amazing Vietnamese food scattered around Saigon, but the following establishments are the ones I would return to without hesitation. The list below was recommended by locals…