Probably you’ve already tried mate tea, but if not, it’s a traditional South American caffeine-rich drink. Basically, you steep dried leaves of mate in hot water from the thermos and drink it in a traditional calabash gourd with a metal straw. You can get mate in little bag in the supermarket, I also saw some local lady selling it in the street in the Northern Argentina. Continue reading I love my Argentinian breakfast — Mate tea and flan, in Palermo, Buenos Aires
In many Asian culture, rice porridge or rice soup is a very popular dish, we can eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner, especially when you don’t have that much of appetite. It’s very healthy as it contains many different vegetables and it’s boiled instead of fried. Today I want to introduce the Korean beef and vegetable rice porridge.
Continue reading Today I made healthy and tasty Korean beef and vegetable rice porridge (Soegogi-yachaejuk), take a look at my recipe
We all hate long haul flights, no body like them. But don’t let that stop you from exploring the world. Those remote places are somehow extremely appealing to most of us! I love travelling, every year I have to take a couple of 10+ hour long haul flights. Here are some tips from my own experiences to make your trip much more comfortable. Continue reading Preboarding packing secrets that can make you much more comfortable in a long haul flight
La Boca has all the characteristics that I like about a city. It’s colorful, wild and filled with street arts. Just as I preferred La Candelaria in Bogota city and Gamarra in Lima city, I also preferred La Boca more than the modern part of Buenos Aires. Even though I was warned that it is not the safest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, still I found it a very pretty neighborhood.
布宜诺斯艾利斯市的博卡区是我在南美毕竟喜欢的区域之一，就好比波哥大的老城区，立马的加马拉区一样，他们有一些杂乱无章，但是色彩缤纷绚丽，这是南美城市的一大特色而我也特别喜欢。博卡区可以说是布宜诺斯艾利斯市最古老的一个区域。 Continue reading My favorite area in Buenos Aires – La Boca 布宜诺斯艾利斯市，五彩的博卡区。