Author: mirage

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Nando’s and More


I am having a total memory gap at the moment, I can’t remember where and when we ate on some days so I’m just throwing everything in here. Morning started with the pistachio and chocolate scones I got from Harrod’s and coffee for him tea for me. Great, awesome start to a day. The pistachio ones leaned more to the side of a cronut, which is good, and the chocolate ones were not as firm as I thought, it was easier to bite than the ones I make at home (lol).

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Gone Greek

Gone Greek


 

The top three countries on my list to explore would be Japan, Greece and England. Yes, I’m a self-proclaimed Japanophile, Grecophile and Anglophile. ^_^ And although we plan on visiting London come summer, I am not so sure if it will happen. We also planned on a cruise that would go around Greece or some islands but we have already booked a number of Italian cities so that might also be scratched off our list. :/

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Vietnamese Fare

Vietnamese Fare

  It was a lovely day to explore the city. Spring weather just perfect, kids have until 1 PM at school – so there’s 3-4 hours of spare time. Well, I wouldn’t really call it spare, I do have articles to write but I prefer to go out and eat out or just go about Read More

Toblerone repackaged

Toblerone repackaged

Toblerone seems to be testing a new way to pack its usual prism shaped chocolates we’ve loved since as far back as we can remember. A closer look, they would appear to be Toblerone Tobelle but not as individual triangles. Read More

The 10 Best Food Trucks in the United States

The 10 Best Food Trucks in the United States

  Buying food from a playfully decorated van with a pop-up service window on the side of the road has become quite popular. Food trucks are popping up everywhere and chefs that are leery of dropping the cash on a restaurant are joining the phenomenon of mobile restaurants instead. They are using social media to Read More

Traditional Austrian Cuisine at the Danube Tower

Traditional Austrian Cuisine at the Danube Tower

^the kids inside-looking out, up-looking down — Zero degrees, blue skies and kids don’t have school  – perfect day to go out and enjoy some traditional Viennese cuisine at the Danube tower. There are two revolving restaurants at the tower, one at 160 meters (called Panorama), which is more of a café and one at Read More

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