Arequipa things to do

Many people say that the moment you step into Arequipa, you wouldn’t want to leave anymore. I had the exact same feeling the moment I arrived in this city. With Arequipa’s rich culture, outstanding gastronomic delights, prestigious colonial buildings and picturesque landscapes, it wouldn’t take long before this city will capture your heart just as it did to mine. I was able to spend only two days in Arequipa so I tried my best to make the most out of it. Here are the 17 things you should not miss out when you plan to step foot into this white city in the south. TopRead More →

Are you foodie like me? Then you should add down in your bucket list a trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil. The huge number of immigrants during the 19th century has greatly influenced the diversity of Sao Paulo’s cuisine and that’s exactly why this place is a perfect destination for food lovers. Most of my outings in the city revolved around street foods, bars and restaurants. With a city as huge as Sao Paulo with over 20 million residents, exploring can be fun, exciting and endless. In this blog, I will walk you through my eating experience in the city.   Rascal After a very exhausting walkathonRead More →

Around 7% of Surinamese population are comprised of Chinese so it is not a surprised to find a lot of Chinese restaurants in the surrounding areas of the city. They serve different kinds of Chinese cuisines but when you say hot pot, one name comes up from all the locals here and that is Squeezy Hot Pot Restaurant. Squeezy Hot Pot Suriname is a local Chinese restaurant located in Pluto straat #118 4 Paramaribo . For the broth, you can choose between a plain bouillon or spicy bouillon or a combination of both.If you love extreme spiciness then I suggest you order the spicy bouillon. TheyRead More →

Sao Paulo trip wouldn’t be complete if you don’t get to taste its local delicacies and the fun way of doing that would be joining the FREE FOOD TOUR. Yes, you heard me right, the food and beverages are given for free plus they will tell you a little bit of history/background about it. Tours run for two hours from 2:00 – 4:00 pm every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, except holidays and to join, you just have to show up at the meeting place (see map below) before 2 pm. You will find the guides wearing yellow shirt with a print Free Food Tour. WhatRead More →