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  • Food | New Zealand > Christchurch
    Updated at May 22,2013

    PAK'nSAVE on Moorhouse ave.

    The biggest and cheapest supermarket in central Christchurch. Most convenient place to stock up on food & essentials before hitting the road into the mountains in the west.

  • Food | Thailand > Phuket
    Updated at Jun 12,2013

    Good food in Thailand was very easy to find. Just go out to the street and find Patai or Banana Loti or any of your favorite curry dishes.

    For our older child we ordered some pasta or pizza.

    At noon you can find very nice places on the beach were you can find fried rice, Patai, shakes etc.

  • Food | Thailand > Railay Beach
    Updated at Jun 13,2013

    We love Thai food so we got along very well in Thailand. On the west side of the beach, there are about 4 restaurants, they aren't all as cheap as  Thailand's restaurants price level. 

    We heard that there are plenty of restaurants and bars on the east side, however, we didn't do the walk in the evening. Our daughter got fixated on schnitzel so we ate twice in our hotel restaurant which wasn't bad at all,  Pad-Thai was nice but the green mango salad was amazing.

  • Food | Tajikistan > Pamirs, Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province, Tajikistan > Murghab
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Restaurants are almost non-heard of in Murghab. Food supplies are pretty much basic in Murghab but sufficient.  Head for the marketplace (bazaar), a collection of shipping containers and small shops that pretty much all sell the same things: rice, chickpeas and some expired candy bars.  The edge of the bazaar is also the place where you can haggle your  way out of Murghab towards Khorog or Osh. 

  • Food | Thailand > Koh Chang Ko Chang Trat Thailand
    Updated at May 22,2013

    There are many options for dinner - either on the beach or on the main street where we stayed.

  • Food | Spain > Madrid
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Al Munia - ( Calle Recoletos 5, near Puerta del Alcala. Fantastic Moroccan food with Authentic decor. Beautiful place and great food if you like. Not cheap.

  • Food | Costa Rica > Grecia
    Updated at May 22,2013

    On our way to Grecia, the first thing we noticed was how clear the air is. The view was amazing; a beautiful sunset which looked spectacular even from the highway. Grecia turned out to be a small city with almost no tourists at all, a fact that made it very easy for us to find local restaurants - which are called Soda - and sit down with some of the local people.

    So, 3 hours after we landed we found ourselves sitting near a table and ordering chicken soup, ceviche and casados – a local dish made of rice, black beans, fried green bananas, chicken and salad. Well fed and happy we went back to our hotel in the center of the city, and were surprised when we woke up the next morning to the sound of some cheerful birds (a sound that became a soundtrack for the trip).

    We went outside to the hotel garden, ate a fun breakfast with lots of fruits, and enjoyed the unexpected piece of nature in the middle of an urban area. Afterward, we set out to our first real destination – the volcano Arenal.

    A local fruit truck. if it was up to me alone, we would have stopped in each and everyone of them...

  • Food | United States > New York > eatery nyc
    Updated at May 22,2013

    We treated ourselves to ice cream, and enjoyed coffee hot chocolate with cream.

  • Food | United States > New York > Levain Bakery
    Updated at May 22,2013

    Our mornings usually started with coffee and curassow or a piece of cake, either in the excellent Levain Bakery or the likeable City Bakery.
    Coffee and cookie in Levain bakery

  • Food | United States > New York > Boulud Sud
    Updated at May 22,2013

    On our last day in the city we decided to treat ourselves to a full lunch in a nice restaurant called Boloud Sud. 
    Prosciutto for the first dish in Boloud Sud