In India, you can eat to your Delhi Belly's content (in a good way).
We spent a good nine days to get right to the heart of this city, from visiting all the major attractions to rowing a gondola down the canals.
The city is a maze itself, most tourists will get lost within the first few days, let alone trying to hunt down all the eateries. Here is a list of must-dos to guide you.
This is a personal love story. Since Valentine's Day has just passed, I thought I'll share a little love story of my own. And the story goes like this...
So here's a question for my readers, "What does 'Our Table' mean to you?"
Our journey in China took us further south to Emei Shan, where we witnessed the largest stone carved Buddha in the world and hiked the highest Buddhist sacred mountain in China.
Chengdu, the land of spicy food and cute pandas.
Just like any Chinese kid growing up in the 80’s, I would imagining myself as one of the Kung Fu heroes, waving my sword and flying over the misty mountain. Fast forward twenty years later, I finally able to fulfil a childhood dream and climbed one of the Five Great Mountains of China – Hua Shan.
We were led to believe the guy who we took a photo with was the farmer who discovered the Terracotta Army. I am afraid it was all a scam. But the food at Muslim Quarter was amazing though.
To celebrate my 40th, I decided to take a whirlwind trip to South America. A HD video of some of the highlights.