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Time to Visit Taipei shilin night market!

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Time to Visit Taipei shilin night market!

This week we have a special guest post from instagrammer: Travellingeats. We had a conversation about food on a post and Travellingeats was in Taiwan. Then I asked them if they'd be able to post about their experience in the food markets of Taipei.

This post will look at where to eat in Taipei, Taipei night market food and Shilin Night Market.

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Places to Eat in Kuala, Lumpur- Foodie pics!

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Places to Eat in Kuala, Lumpur- Foodie pics!

I know I mentioned Penang was the food capital of Malaysia. Since I've been in Kuala Lumpur, I've found so many good eateries. Thanks to the help of locals I've found some great places to eat and noticed I had so many foodie pictures. I decided to create this post to highlight my last week of culinary delight!

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Things to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik is an interesting city because of its location to the sea. This served significantly to deter foreign invaders, especially from getting into the Old Town. I am not even joking when you walk into the Old Town it feels as if you are walking into a castle. This is something you have to see once in a lifetime.

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Things to do in Split, Croatia

Unfortunately, when I arrived to Split the weather was a bit shot with overcast. However, that did not prevent me from going outside to explore the city. We checked into our Airbnb which was roughly a 10 minute walk to the Old Town area. Much of the architecture in the Old Town is from the Roman Empire so we will be able to see much of the traditional Roman architecture in the city.

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Colombian Cazuela de Mariscos- A Colombian Dish

Colombia is a great place for exotic fruits and typical Colombian food is absolutely delicious. More importantly, Colombia has amazing soups, albeit few in comparison to other countries such as Mexico; nevertheless Colombia has its fair share of good soups. Enter Colombia seafood soup, it's called Cazuela de Mariscos. A vibrant seafood soup with beautiful flavors and spices all mixed in a pot with coconut milk. Cazuela de Mariscos comes from Colombia's Caribbean and pacific coastal regions cuisines and is a great Colombian dish to try. Now let me be honest with you, each region in the country offers different cuisines, but none can compete with the cuisine that comes from the Caribbean regions. I wish that I can cover all the foods that is offered from these coastal regions, but I want to focus on the seafood soup, because it is so easy to prepare that all you need is the ingredients, good friends and a big appetite. Lets begin with the preparation. First, we will need these as followed

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What to do in Zadar, Croatia ?

This is the first stop of the Croatian coastline trip in Zadar. When I looked into visiting Zadar, I didn’t know much about it. I then checked images on google and it looked like a really nice old town on the way to Split. I spoke to my travel companion, Max, and he was up for the adventure. 

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Penang Art- A Transformation

Did you know that Penang has a thriving street art scene? I had heard from other travelers that Penang was at the epicenter of art culture in Southeast Asia. For some reason, I always thought that art was a part of Penang culture until I met my Airbnb host Sek who was able to give me more insight. He is a local from Penang and spent time living in Kuala Lumpur and the US.

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Tips in Prague

Looking for a place in Europe that is still quite cheap but offers a rewarding experience? Look no further to Prague! This post will highlight some tips in Prague.

At first glimpse, Prague appears to be a tourist trap. This was my first impression when I got here but that quickly changed once I ventured into other parts of the city. Make sure to get out of the Old Town. I stayed around the Old Town when I was in Prague.  This is where the clock tower is which you will read about on most guidebooks. The Old Town has many of the restaurants and bars. It’s a bit more expensive than other areas that are within a few blocks away.

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