Following the Taco Route in Texas
Friday, 11 September 2020 / Published in America, Destinations
If you have to eat only tacos for the rest of your life, Texas is the place to live. I went on a “Taco-journey”and found out why tacos are considered a cult. “You can’t pray if you haven’t heard from God yet”. That’s what my friend Steve from California said while we were tasting the
Lobster in Nova Scotia - Travelers Buddy
Sunday, 15 December 2019 / Published in Destinations
Lobster rolls, lobster poutine or a classic lobster with butter. Nova Scotia’s love for this delicious crustacean is visible everywhere you go. When Nova Scotian Pam Wamback told me that I would be able to find lobster every day while traveling around Nova Scotia, she was not joking. Nova Scotia is not only known for
Climate change is transforming the future of wine
Monday, 25 November 2019 / Published in Travel Journal
With temperatures rising in the past years, climate change has been affecting the wine industry with positive and negative effects. I visited Nova Scotia and found out more about it. With evidence going back to 7000 BC, wine production is probably one of the oldest traditions in human history. Today, winemakers are fluctuating drastically due
cheapest 3 michelin star restaurant in the world
Sunday, 17 November 2019 / Published in Travel Journal
Located in the heart of Taipei, Taiwan’s only three-Michelin-star restaurant is an outstanding treat for any food lover – especially when a tasting set menu can cost less than 100 Euros. Disclaimer: This article was not sponsored in any form by Le Palais restaurant in Taipei and all information provided was done based on my
Moldova´s underground cities of wine. Cricova or Milestii Mici?
Sunday, 24 March 2019 / Published in Destinations
I visited Cricova and Mileștii Mici. These are the two largest wine cellars in the world and are located in the eastern European country of Moldova In Moldova, where 25% of the population is involved in wine production and 5% of the country are covered in vineyards, the most interesting contribution to the wine industry does
Why Germans drink so much sparkling water
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 / Published in Travel Journal
In Germany two things happen when you order water in a restaurant: First, there is a big chance it’s carbonated and second, it’s not complementary. One of my biggest surprises when I moved to Germany back in 2009 was the Germans’ love for sparkling water. It´s true that consumption of carbonated water has been rising
Meze greek food in athens
Tuesday, 05 March 2019 / Published in Destinations
In the cradle of Western civilization eating nonstop is simply part of daily life. It´s impossible to spend time in Athens and not be completely stuffed at least once. Greeks love to eat, and visitors can feel the local hospitality as soon as they enter a Taverna. No matter where you come from or how
mexican food
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Wednesday, 24 February 2016 / Published in TravelBuzz
  by Sofia Jimenez Anybody who has ever been to Mexico knows: one of the greatest things the country has to offer is the food. The variety is huge and there are so many colors and strong flavors, to me as a Mexican it´s definitely one of the things I love the most about my country
Amstedam, Netherlands
Wednesday, 10 February 2016 / Published in Destinations
  With a population of only 800.000 but attracting more than 4,5 million tourists every year  Amsterdam is not only a city of liberties and tolerance but also one of the most cultural, safe and multicultural cities in the world. Amsterdam can be pricey, especially if you are traveling in summer or during christmas holidays. However, with
Wednesday, 23 December 2015 / Published in TravelBuzz
  Tell me what you eat and I tell you where you have been. Food plays the most important role in our lifes. In average we eat over 300 kg of food per year and its preparation, origin and ingredients have also a big role when we decide if we consume it or not. Every
Thursday, 26 November 2015 / Published in TravelBuzz
Have you been traveling all around Colombia? We have a test for you: Are you able to recognize some of these Colombian breakfasts? As a Colombian who lives abroad I get often asked – What do I miss the most? – and without hesitation I like to say that I miss my Colombian breakfasts. Colombian
Wednesday, 25 November 2015 / Published in TravelBuzz