Friday's Featured Food: The Delicious Quantico Patacon and Pina Colada, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Friday’s Featured Food: The Delicious Quantico Patacon and Pina Colada, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Friday’s Featured Food: The Delicious Quantico Patacon and Pina Colada, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic I was feeling peckish just before the sunset while backpacking through the beautiful old town of Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. Little was I to know the sheer treat that lay ahead here in Quantico Restaurant! This was not only Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: The Delicious Quantico Patacon and Pina Colada, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic[…]

Friday’s Featured Food: Eating Jerk Chicken And Festival At Kingston Jerk, Jamaica

When backpacking in Jamaica, you hear (and see!) everywhere there is Jerk Chicken. Now I didn’t want to be a jerk and not try it, so actually I ended up trying Jerk chicken twice, but the main one was actually at Kingston Jerk. The reason being, the other time I tried Jerk Chicken it was Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Eating Jerk Chicken And Festival At Kingston Jerk, Jamaica[…]

Friday’s Featured Food: Tacos And Beer at Usain Bolt’s Bar Tracks And Records in Kingston, Jamaica

Friday’s Featured Food: Tacos And Beer at Usain Bolt’s Bar – Tracks And Records in Kingston, Jamaica

“She’ll be waiting in Kingston Town” – UB40. While backpacking in Jamaica, I heard that Usain Bolt owns a bar in the city and for sure I was curious and wanted to have dinner here, and a beer! It was right up my backpacking street! It was to impress me even more than I anticipated, Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Tacos And Beer at Usain Bolt’s Bar – Tracks And Records in Kingston, Jamaica[…]

Friday's Featured Food: Katxupa De Carne in Praia, Santiago Island, The Cape Verde Islands

Friday’s Featured Food: Katxupa De Carne in Praia, Santiago Island, The Cape Verde Islands

Friday’s Featured Food: Katxupa De Carne in Praia, Santiago Island, The Cape Verde Islands I have been to a few islands off the coast of Africa down the years. Notably, Robben Island in South Africa (on the Nelson Mandela tour), and The Seychelles. April 2022 meant a first trip to the Cape Verde Islands. I Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Katxupa De Carne in Praia, Santiago Island, The Cape Verde Islands[…]

Friday’s Featured Food: Sunday Lunch At The Blonde Hedgehog, Saint Anne, Alderney

First things first – Alderney is a pure fire gem. That much I know. Some 200-ish countries into my zany escapade around the world and it takes a lot to impress me now. But Alderney 🇬🇬 had it. It is an unbelievably satisfying place. From riding the country’s epic railway line, to nights on the Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Sunday Lunch At The Blonde Hedgehog, Saint Anne, Alderney[…]

Friday's Featured Food: The Office Themed Night In - Every Episode And Food To Match

Friday’s Featured Food: Organising A “The Office Themed Night In” – Watch Every Episode, Related Food And Drink

“So what becomes of you, my love?” – The Stereophonics. While studying at Bournemouth University, me and a few university mates were addicted to the pure fire humour of BBC sitcom/documentary called “The Office“. I find it absolutely hilarious – if you have never watched it – give it a try – and the UK Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Organising A “The Office Themed Night In” – Watch Every Episode, Related Food And Drink[…]

Friday's Featured Food: Wrap And Chips at Wrap City, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia

Friday’s Featured Food: Spicy Chicken Wrap And Chips at Wrap City, Food Village, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia

I remember the days when I would write a Friday’s Featured Food every single week on this blog! Those were the glory days. At the time, I compiled a list of over 1000 different Friday’s Featured Food posts that could be written. The truth is, I will never get them all written and the list Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Spicy Chicken Wrap And Chips at Wrap City, Food Village, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia[…]

5 Of The Most Unusual Dishes I Tried On My Travels

5 Of The Most Unusual Dishes I Tried On My Travels

Down the years of travelling through 150+ countries, I tried a lot of different types of food. It’s only natural that that will happen. After all, we are backpacking through all different sorts of terrains, weather, plants, cultures and nature. You don’t grow oranges in the Arctic Circle, you don’t whack out a pork loin Read more about 5 Of The Most Unusual Dishes I Tried On My Travels[…]