Tag: Worldtrip

Pure nature in Luang Namtha (SEA 59)

Last post: My first day in the north of Laos (SEA 58) Yesterday I had some problems with my stomach. For the first time on my trip. So I ordered… Read More

Bagan – Light and shadow (SEA 42)

Last post: Around Inle Lake by Bicycle (SEA 41) Its all about timing. Our night bus dropped us off in Nyaung U at 3 am and 10 seconds later the… Read More

Eye of India – Short film review

Eye of India by Benn Berkeley Eye of India is a visual record of a journey across India that showcases the diverse culture of one of the world’s fastest developing… Read More

Boy playing at Angkor Wat, Cambodia

A boy playing on a tree next to the temple of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Next to all the tourists you can see the poor but always smiling children playing. Most… Read More

What to do on Koh Lipe? (SEA 20)

Last post: Koh Lipe a Piece of Paradise (SEA 19) Yesterday we arrived in this piece of paradise. It wasn´t hard to find a cheap sleep here. The bungalows are… Read More

Who´s the boss?

Nasty monkey at Batu Caves near Kuala Lumpur. Always take care of your belongings there 🙂 Picture by Love.Food.Asia.

Safety First (Seen in Tanah Rata)

High security level in Malaysia. 🙂 Picture by Love.Food.Asia.    

Hiking & Food experiences in Tanah Rata (SEA 12)

Last post: Jungle and tea plantations (SEA 11) The last day in Tanah Rata started with heavy rainfalls. So we decided to stay with Kassim. He needed a helping hand… Read More

Jungle and tea plantations (SEA 11)

Last post: Home from home in Tanah Rata (SEA 10) Hitchhiking in Cameron Highlands The weather was perfect and we started right after breakfast to hike one oft he Cameron… Read More

Cumin Seeds in SEA cuisine

Cumin, sometimes spelled cummin, (Cuminum cyminum) is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native from the east Mediterranean to India. Its seeds (each one contained within a fruit, which is dried) are used in the cuisines of many different cultures,… Read More