Entries from 'Food'

Where to eat in Kathmandu

Kathmandu is a great place to bulk up before — and certainly after — your Everest Base Camp trek. Prices are reasonable and the fare, ranging from food stands to gourmet, is varied. What you’re unlikely to find in Nepal’s capital city, however, is adequate service; almost every restaurant wait staff seems to operate in…

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Why I’ll never look at my monopod the same way again

I’ve lived in Florida most of my life. Spiders generally don’t bother me. In fact, I keep a designated “spider cup” and junk mail envelopes handy for humanely relocating arachnid friends from our home to our garden. I like to imagine they appreciate my assistance reuniting them with their kin. Naked and dripping wet from…

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Nadi (pronounced Nandi)

Nadi is mainly a transit town.  It’s the main travel hub for the country as almost all international flights land in Nadi.  We experienced the town in a similar way as we just had an afternoon there before our early flight the next morning.  We arrived after a 4 hour bus ride from Suva (an…

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Ah, Venice (Beach)

Her and I have a kind of long (7 hour) layover in LAX, and decided to catch a cab to see some of Los Angeles and grab some dinner (late lunch on California time). We intended to go to Santa Monica, but let the very friendly cabbie (Daniel Solomon Klein) talk us into going to…

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