Rainy afternoon at Bathsheba’s Beach and Soup Bowl

Bathsheba's Beach and Soup Bowl on a gloomy day in Barbados. Bathsheba's Beach and Soup Bowl in Barbados is named after the beautiful Queen Bathsheba, wife of King David in the Bible. I got the chance to stop by the beach on a windy, rainy day. The beach had a gloomy ambiance but it didn't stop people from wading in the shallow part of the water. The foaming waves attracted a couple of…

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A quick glimpse of Placencia, Belize

Take a quick peek at this quaint fishing village called Placencia, located at the very tip of the Placencia Peninsula, southern Belize. The village is known for its 4,000-foot narrow main street which is only for pedestrians.


Placencia is accessible by air or land from Belize City, as well as by ferry from Harvest Caye, a neighboring island.

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The day I was left so hungry in New Delhi

New Delhi, India has thousands of restaurants serving local and international food choices, but let me tell you of the day when everything was closed that left me so hungry. I'm usually open to new adventures while traveling, but my taste buds are not as daring and much slower to adapt to new and strange flavors. A couple of years back, a bus unloaded me and a buddy along with a bus full…

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Of bikini strings and wardrobe malfunctions

The next thing I knew, my bikini strings got loose and started to dangle down my thigh. There were no restrooms around and I wasn't about to just go into any restroom so I tried to ignore it Wardrobe mishaps that occur while traveling comes in all forms and locations, and hits you just when you don't expect it. One that stays in my memory forever happened in Bangkok, Thailand late one afternoon.…

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Merienda Quickies

Here is the best merienda/snack quickies you can avail of fast and easy, especially if you're in the Philippines. A cup of hot Barako 3-in-1 San Miguel coffee, two pieces of suman balanghoy or cassava, and a small piece of bibingka.Suman is made with grated cassava and coconut milk rolled into banana leaves and steamed. My favorite version of suman cassava is the one with fresh coconut strips for more flavor. Bibingka or…

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Crossing time zones and the confusion it brings

If there’s one thing I miss most after the Corona Virus literally closed airports and cut off traveling to different places early this year, it’s that feeling of confusion you get after crossing different time zones.

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Mermaid Soup- My Version

https://www.facebook.com/596639857/videos/10156729824159858 The craving for my mother's tinolang isda (fish soup) got the best of me one day but I'm so far from home and there were no side-walk restaurants and eateries anywhere where comfort foods like this are available.This is one of those times where I was left with no option but to cook my own. Luckily there was a red snapper fish from one of the Asian stores nearby. I just threw…

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