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  • Food | Myanmar > Hsipaw, Shan, Burma > Namhsan
    Updated at May 22,2013

    I took one day to relax in Hsipaw (a lot of ice cream and beer at Mr.food), and decided to go back to Mandalay and then to Bagan. Everybody told me that I must try the train and maybe stop at Pyin oo Lwin.

  • Food | Greece > Chania
    Updated at May 22,2013

    There are a lot of nice restaurants by the Harbor, which offer special menu for a good price. We ate at Zepos, mainly because it was more full and we tend to trust the crowd's judgment when we know nothing ourselves. And the crowd was right: we ordered some mixed souflaki, a fried fish with olive oil and oregano and a tomato and sea fruit pasta, and they all tasted great. good atmosphere too.

  • Food | Turkey > Istanbul > Grand Bazaar, Istanbul, Turkey
    Updated at May 22,2013

    In the grand bazaar we found a really nice (and cheap) restaurant with exquisite food called Mardin. This is a good place to try some new plates. We had 2 kind of kebab, a salad, filled pastry (sambusac) and the best kanapeh we found in Istanbul.

    The Grand Bazaar

  • Food | Japan
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Japanese cooking workshop: Another option for people who like to cook (such as myself) is taking a Japanese cooking workshop. You can find (at least in Tokyo) great cooking workshops in English. I attended one, and cooked a full meal with sushi (salmon fotomaki roll), chicken breast and vegetable in a homemade teriyaki sauce, and for dessert – rice dough balls with sweet beans cream and a cold green tea.

  • Food | Netherlands > Alkmaar
    Updated at May 22,2013

    The next day we got up early and headed to Alkmaar, an historic town well known for its cheese market. The market is open every Friday (April-September), between 10:00 to 12:30, and it’s one of only four traditional Dutch cheese markets still in existence. We didn’t know it, but you can’t actually buy cheese at the market itself – only watch a demonstration of how merchants' market operated in the past.

  • Food | Netherlands > Volendam
    Updated at May 22,2013

    We had lunch in one of the local restaurants in the harbor, and the fish was excellent. I am sorry that I don’t remember the name, but they all looked pretty good to me…

  • Food
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Armani the chef provided delicious and balanced meals every day and was very quick in setting up, breaking down the tents and packing up stuffs daily in the vehicle. He always asked our opinion before cooking and made sure that everyone ate to their satisfaction. The accommodations were wonderful and the tents in very good condition.

  • Food | Italy > Rome
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Much more expensive than Florence

  • Food | United States > Alaska > Anchorage, AK
    Updated at May 22,2013

    We had a great dinner in a restaurant called “Sack’s”. I also recommend you visit “Snow Café”, where they serve tasty breakfast all day long. Another fun food experience was trying out the different Hot-Dog stand in 4th avenue.

  • Food | United States > Alaska > Girdwood
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Greenwood offers a wide verity of great restaurants, and I recommend you try one of them.