Deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest has taken a turn for the worse. It was over a year ago when the internet was flooded with horrific pictures of the mighty rainforest burning down in wild forest fires. Flora and fauna alike were charred into ashes and hearts all over the world were broken at the sight of these images.
New York has always been a buzzing city. With the busy lifestyle and the daily grind of work and errands, what else can we expect? Even now that there are restrictions, the streets of New York are still surprisingly very busy.
Empanadas from Ilocos–one of the most culture-rich regions in the Philippines–are famous for having a bright orange color which will truly stand out against other commercial empanadas. Yes, orange but it isn’t just the alluring color that sets the Ilocos empanada apart.
When you travel and choose to eat street food, you get a taste of authentic local cuisine.
Food tourism, or as others refer to it, culinary tourism, is looking at your love of food as the main reason to travel. It is going further than just your neighborhood or the nearest mall to find good food. How can I be a food tourist? To some people, getting to know the food from different places is then getting to know the people and their culture. And be honest, you know you want to do this. So while the world is full of food tourists out there, keep in mind that it’s never too late to start. If you haven’t started one yet (which I highly doubt), then it’s best to make a bucket list. The first thing to ask yourself is “where do you find your favorite food?” It is important to start yourself with something you’ll surely love. That way, you’ll know that you made the right decision venturing into something new. For example, you love pasta. But the only times you’ve had pasta are when you go to a local restaurant …