NOTE! This article contains the food you will likely agree to taste. If you are looking for something you will probably never dare to try, it’s in the next article – Weird things Chinese people eat you should never taste.
“Do you know where H1N1 swine flu came from? It happened because someone in Canton ate the stuff people should not be eating”, my teacher once said. “There is a saying that Chinese people eat everything that has four legs except for chairs and tables”, he added. Having read this article you will be an expert on what weird stuff to eat in China. The next one is about what not to eat in China.
Edible weird things
Sesame balls – gooey and sticky, once you bite them apart, black sesame and sugar liquid flows out. For most of Chinese kids and adults it is one of the most blissful desserts, especially in Sichuan. Continue reading “7 weird things to eat in China”
Last summer I went to Moldova and wanted to visit the countryside, so my friend Anna invited me to the “only village foreigners ever go to”, where we visited a monastery and a local restaurant styled as a traditional house.
What’s up with foreigners visiting just one place in the countryside of Moldova? Continue reading “The only village in Moldova”
Ukraine is an amazingly beautiful country with breathtaking natural scenery, yummy food and warmhearted people. In the recent years, it has been tough for Ukrainians to face the war and economical crisys, but we are indeed still enjoying life, even when it gets tough.
Many of my foreign friends are afraid to come here, as international media is picturing the country devastated and at war. Please know that with every downside there comes an advantage – these days Ukraine has become very cheap for visitors and only a small part of the country in the east is at war. It is the best time to come!
Here in this article, I share the reasons why you should definitely come to Ukraine this summer. Continue reading “11 reasons to spend summer in Ukraine”
What is life if not playing?
I like to play games. When we have fun, we can connect with the children inside us and perceive life as it is, in the moment, completely present. One of the games I decided to play one day in Thailand is to play with colours. Continue reading “Colour your life!”
When I first came to Chiang Mai in 2013, I was sitting at Wat Phra Singh temple during the evening chanting, I listened to the voices of the monks and warm heat was going through my body. “Chiang Mai is a home”, I thought back then. And in 2016 I moved here.
Chiang Mai is a sunny warm place connecting the paths of those who Continue reading “Happy life in Chiang Mai”
About five years ago, I met a Ukrainian man in Cambodia who was cycling through the country drinking coconuts and eating fruit only. I had heard about raw vegan movement before, but that man was my first real encounter of this phenomenon. My friend Anna and I were really inspired by him, and we decided to try what it felt like. Our experiment lasted for a month. Continue reading “Raw Vegan for a month”