Jetsetting, UNESCO

Historic Heidelberg – A UNESCO Creative City | Discovering Germany

The city of Heidelberg was a fascinating place to visit while I was traveling for a month throughout Germany. It is one of the country's most educated cities, with centuries of history and habitation, as well as being an atmospheric town along the River Neckar. Heidelberg is full of culture and was designated a "City… Continue reading Historic Heidelberg – A UNESCO Creative City | Discovering Germany

Jetsetting, UNESCO

Hanseatic City of Lubeck – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Exploring Germany

A day before I had visited the historic Hanseatic city of Lubeck, I had my phone stolen in Hamburg. Luckily though I did have my iPad with me, so that is what I ended up taking photos with for the rest of my remaining few days n Germany. I tried as best as I could… Continue reading Hanseatic City of Lubeck – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Exploring Germany

USA Travel

A Day in Gatlinburg | Exploring Tennessee

For us people who road trip, we also day trip. There are towns or cities along the way that we can only spend a waking day in. While I was exploring The Great Smoky Mountains, the city of Gatlinburg was that day trip for me. I had started off in Cherokee, North Carolina and drove… Continue reading A Day in Gatlinburg | Exploring Tennessee

Global Dining

Laima Candy | Latvia’s #1 Sweets Since 1870

Riga, Latvia- It is not a secret that I always gravitate towards food or an eating establishment with history. It could be the oldest restaurant, the oldest bar, or in this case- the oldest candy company. Laima Confections is based out of Riga, Latvia and became one of the largest candy manufacturers in the Baltic… Continue reading Laima Candy | Latvia’s #1 Sweets Since 1870

Global Dining

Kalev-Maiasmokk Café | The Oldest Cafe in Tallinn, Estonia

Crossing into Tallinn, Estonia by bus from Riga, Latvia marked a huge travel milestone for me. It was the moment that I had accomplished one of my big travel goals; to visit every Baltic State, Eastern European, and Balkan country.  I did it in four years from the time that I fell in love with… Continue reading Kalev-Maiasmokk Café | The Oldest Cafe in Tallinn, Estonia

Food Journals

What I ate in GEORGIA – A Food Journal – Part 1

Traveling through Georgia within the last few years, was similar to my visits to New Jersey. In the sense that once I stepped foot in that state, I found myself curious and coming back for more. Greetings from Georgia! On my most recent visit to Georgia, I was attending a wedding on Tybee Island. It… Continue reading What I ate in GEORGIA – A Food Journal – Part 1

Food Journals

What I ate in GERMANY – Part 1 – A Food Journal

Germany is one of those countries that I can go, and will go back to over and over. Since 2015, I have visited Deutschland three times, and do not plan on stopping. This is a country that has rich history, charming villages, cultural cities, and glorious food. Greetings from Bonn, Germany This blog is Part… Continue reading What I ate in GERMANY – Part 1 – A Food Journal

Food Journals

What I ate in BELARUS – A Food Journal

Belarus was an intriguing country, I will give it that. I did enjoy my time there, and never felt unsafe during my visit in 2019. Not to long before my arrival, Belarus had just opened up Visa-Free to 75+ countries, including the USA. The only catch was that you had to enter and leave from… Continue reading What I ate in BELARUS – A Food Journal

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What I ate in ALASKA – A Food Journal

My friends and I had road tripped through Alaska, with me at the wheel. It was not until I created this food journal, that I realized how much we ate. Journaling your food certainly puts into perspective what you ate, and how much you ate. We had many amazing meals while in Alaska, and made… Continue reading What I ate in ALASKA – A Food Journal

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What I ate in ICELAND – A Food Journal

Eating in Iceland was not as exploratory as it could have gone since I draw the line on certain meats. I will not eat a puffin or horse meat, which is normally consumed in Iceland. It is their customs and I am okay with that, it's just not my bag. Now I did try wild… Continue reading What I ate in ICELAND – A Food Journal

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What I ate in SCOTLAND – A Food Journal

As part of any traveling experience, discovering a region's food and drink scene are important to understanding a culture. I had found Scottish food to be very hearty and caloric rich, as well as down right delectable. The heaviness of the dishes can be attributed to the country's history, what was available, and the brisk… Continue reading What I ate in SCOTLAND – A Food Journal