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Context Country: Bulgaria. Language(s): Bulgarian (български). Length of stay(s): 3 visits of approximately 12 days in total, including Sofia, Vidin, Koshava, and Plovdiv. Main issues Understanding of concept: Younger people generally understand what a vegetarian is. Availability: Very good. Choice of menu: Similar to a Mediterranean diet. Excellent for lacto-ovo vegetarian, eggs and cheese readily available. Quality: Very good Value for money: Excellent at time of writing […]
Life Alive is simply an excellent organic cafe. I was really pleased to find this place in Lowell (MA, USA), and made it my mission to try as much of the menu as I could whilst here. After 2 days I’m on 5 out of 15 smoothies, and 5 main dishes, I still have a day or […]
Milk is readily available in Tallinn!
If you’ve never been to the UK then this is a pleasure you’ve missed. Motorway Service Stations are one of those things the Brits love to hate, but we’d miss them if they weren’t there! They have improved over the years!
Although I enjoyed the company of good friends this story didn’t start well as it was situated in Itaewon; Seoul’s ex-pat area. I admit I’m a cultural snob – when I come to Seoul I want to see Korea. Arriving at the Troika Russian restaurant, Russian text book in my rucksack, I completely confused the […]
1 litre of Korean milk with a label which appears to be have been written by a Korean relative of Tolstoy
OK so I’ve landed in Korea and just before I boarded the excellent coach to the hotel I had a little time to wander around one of world’s best airports Incheon. Here’s my first korean milk purchase. In Korean milk is pronounced ‘uyu’ using Hangul (한글) it is written as 우유. I love Hangul and […]
This started with a picture from the ALC 2011 annual conference in Las Vegas. I don’t drink alcohol or caffeine so often choose milk instead. Thanks to Konstantin Dranch for the idea!