5 Questions I Never Want To Be Asked Again

Travelling solo has made for some interesting conversations, interactions and I have met some awesome people. The first thing I get asked by other travellers is whether I have had any issues travelling solo. To be honest I think what you put out is what you get back, and I haven't had any problems (other … Continue reading 5 Questions I Never Want To Be Asked Again

Fiesta: Las Posadas

The Mexican Christmas tradition of las posadas re-enacts the bible story of Mary and Joseph searching for lodging for the night in Bethlehem. From December 16th in neighbourhoods across Oaxaca and Mexico, a nightly procession is held re-enacting this search on each of the 9 days leading up to Christmas Eve. Last night was the … Continue reading Fiesta: Las Posadas

Observations from Shanghai

Here are some of my observations from Shanghai. You can purchase numerous foods on sticks; sausages, a triad of mushrooms, deep fried potato spirals, broccoli branches, fish balls, fried tofu squares and whole small fish among others. Mini marts sell some of these skewer offerings which sit in a soup in a hot deep container. … Continue reading Observations from Shanghai