I love Korean food and my cravings for Korean food was satisfied during my trip to Seoul. I mean, what’s not to love about seoul eats and Korean street food? They are hearty, spicy, and hot – perfect for the cold Korean weather. What to eat in Seoul? I hope this list of Korean food will help you out! Tteokbokki Tteokbokki is a dish easily found everywhere in Seoul, especially from the *pojangmachas. It is made from soft rice cake, fish cake and *gochujang sauce. Tteokbokki has a long history line in Korea. Once a part of the Korean royal court cuisine, it was brown and plain. Only after the introduction of the korean chill paste of gochujang did it… View Post

Fascinating, but sad. Two very contrasting word yet it is what the Anne Frank Huis / House is about. For a while now, I have been figuring out how to write this piece of article, as my experience in Anne Frank Huis had been a little daunting, and while I do write fairly decently (as I’d like to believe), what I am afraid of is how this article may not give it the credit it is due. The facade of Anne Frank Huis / House is rather nondescript and if not for the long queue outside, I probably would not even give it a second glance. However, having read the book, and as I stood in line with many others,… View Post

“Let’s grab some food.” My brother in law, R, said as we walked out of Augustiner Brau tent. After a long day snacking on pretzels, drinking maß (mass) of beer, enjoying the festivity known as Oktoberfest in Munich, I sure am hungry and longing for proper hot food. We walked towards the chiliwurst stand opposite and ordered 3 chiliwurst to go. R paid with a 50 Euro and we stood at the counter patiently awaiting our food. The lady behind the counter was on the phone and told us that the Chef would like to speak to us. Why would the Chef wants to speak to us? I wondered but did not give it much thought and merely attributed it… View Post

If you have been reading tales of my Seoul trip, you may have already guessed that I’m a huge fan of Korean Dramas and have been one since I was probably about 12 years old or so when the good old Autumn In My Heart was playing on national television. So when I visited Macao, there were a few places that looked so familiar to me, not for the many pictures that was on the internet, but for the fact that they were locations where famous Korean dramas that I have watched, were taken at! Here are 5 locations in Macao to relieve the moments from well loved and famous Korean dramas. Senado Square The lively hub of Macao is… View Post

Macao is a place that reminds me a lot of Penang, Malaysia and it’s very much walkable, especially where some of the more popular places to visit in Macao is located. During our 4 days trip to experience Macao, we were able to visit quite a bit of cultural and historical sights within central Macao, and around it’s two islands. If you’re visiting on your own without a tour guide, here’s a very much doable 1 day self guided Macao walking tour to help you enjoy what central Macao has to offer. This walking tour of popular places to visit in Macao took us about 4 hours. Leal Senado From wherever you are, make your way to Leal Senado. Your… View Post