Aloha ! There is nothing much to say about 2021. It was a mixed year for me. I finally managed to spend some good time with my friend Lipika Choudhury https://www.instagram.com/that_fit_mommy/ at the end of the year. How has 2021 been for you?
I wish all of you a very happy and prosperous new year. Hopefully, 2022 will be better for everyone. See you in 2022.
When it comes to savoring seafood, Goa is definitely a heaven. My experience with Goan food was more than wonderful. And I had all these delicious dishes in the hole-in-the-wall restaurants, thanks to the guidance of local people. Almost all the dishes satisfied my taste buds. Neither spicy nor salty. Just perfect.
What not to miss while holidaying in Hua Hin? Night Market. Absolutely vibrant and entertaining. From lip-smacking food items to cheap clothes, from handmade stuffs to live cooking, this place brings hundreds of locals and foreigners alike together every night. I really enjoyed taking strolls around the area. Street vendors allure their customers with fancy display of local delicacies. I really had a wonderful time there and would love to visit this lively and colorful market again. 🙂
During my recent trip to Thailand, I tried many street foods as well as restaurant foods.
Almost all the dishes impressed me with their unique flavor and aroma. If you are a die-hard fan of sea foods like me, then Thailand is truly a paradise. And I did not forget to click some delicious pictures 🙂 Hope, you will enjoy them.
And all the pictures have been taken by a Honor 9i mobile 🙂
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Famous for its handmade breads and cookies, this iconic shop in Mumbai has been operating since 1953.
The exterior part of the cafe may not impress you, but their cookies and breads are highly recommended.
Situated in Fort, Mumbai, this bakery has been honored with the Urban Heritage & Citizens Award.
I had some very delicious food in this four-storey wooden building. When I reached this place, construction was underway and the owner of the restaurant told me that he was planning to extend this place.
Delicious food and a pleasant view of Labuan Bajo harbour, it is one of the best places in the area to relax and have good time. Fish, crab, lobster, squid, octopus – the restaurant provides plenty of options for seafood lovers. I tried several dishes, including baby octopus and liked them instantly.
One can also notice that the restaurant is full of interesting colourful artworks.
I recommend ordering your favourite food with chilled Bintnag. 🙂
The slogan “…smile please because you are at TREETOP!” proves that the owner Matheus wants his each and every customer to be happy.