Intro to Myanmar Myanmar is a very interesting part of Asia that still maintains its rural roots and traditions, but is incorporating some ways of the more developed world.
So Canada is a good place for Celiacs. I only starved thrice – on Korean Airlines to Toronto, and in Campbellford, Ontario and Ingonish, Nova Scotia. It can be a bit tricky to cater for my diet, as I require gluten and dairy free, but choose not to eat meat. I still have fish andContinue reading “My Great Canadian Food Adventure (Ontario & East Coast)”
Namaste! I hope you have all had a lovely holiday, wherever you were! I must apologize for my lack of posts, but the end of 2013 was a tough one – what with work, moving and planning my holiday in Nepal!
This lovely walled city is called ‘the rose of the north’ and it is easy to understand why. Less hustle and bustle, plus genuinely friendly people make this a nice destination for travelers. While you may find the cost of travelling here cheaper compared to Bangkok, you will also notice that there is a slowerContinue reading “Exploring ‘the rose of the north’ – Chiang Mai”
When my boss told me I would be travelling to Vientiane last week, my heart immediately jumped out of my chest. A week’s notice? Would I have time to research gluten free foods and places to eat? Did I have a frozen loaf of gluten free bread in the freezer? How much is the luggageContinue reading “Vientiane, Laos”