Regular readers of this site will know that when I visit Thailand after a long absence, one of the first things I do is check the new potato chip flavors. There have been some intriguing ones over the years.
Last week I had a chance to stay at the Onyria Palmares Beach House Hotel. I don’t often have the chance to stay at such a nice hotel. The views were so good, and as the light changed I often found myself wandering back to the balcony of my room to take another picture.
I was recently in Japan for a few weeks. I was traveling most of the time, which is a great way to try lots of different foods. As I was looking through some photos from this trip, I realized that food gives a pretty good indication of the geography of the trip.
At the Kuay Tiaw Yai To restaurant on Samui Island, just under the shelf with all the trophies, you’ll find a surprising hat rack, with caps from Bandon Dunes, the Masters Tournament, and the Old Course at St.
It recently occurred to me that some of the best bars are those that specialize in just one drink. I was at the Substation No.41 rum Bar in Brisbane’s Breakfast Creek Hotel, admiring the selection of rums from all over the world.