Category Archives: Eat Pray Move

Summer Rooftop Atanu

I’ve decided to put some old photos up now, just to cheer me up. It’s been raining all day and on days like this I tend to think it will always be like this, I’ll never see the sun and … Continue reading

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Eating Snake

To be honest, I’d expected a bit more. We’ve tried 3 different snakes, one, the smallest, which tasted like rubber, and the other two had far too many little bones (like that of fish) to enjoy it. It was interesting … Continue reading

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Street Food 2

This is a sequel to a previous post last April. I don’t try this often but I love the sight of it, the pungent smells, the noise and dynamics around it. There is some rough medieval feeling to it, I … Continue reading

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Black Chicken, Dried Chicken, Little Ball Of

Ever wondered how poultry is presented in supermarkets? Here then. Black chicken is your thing (everything on it is darko, skin, feathers etc) and, wait for it ladies, it´s especially recommended for women as, according to local folks, it has some whatnot … Continue reading

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Street Food Shanghai

The fact that this is at Loushanguan Lu (Line 2) is irrelevant since it could be anywhere in Shanghai, really. Although this one seems to be more of a permanent place, the city is full of “mobile restaurants” where edibles … Continue reading

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Poem of the Day – For the Countdown to Chingming

I should’ve posted this 2 days ago actually when a couple of firecrackers went up but it took me this long to type it in in Chinese characters. Just joking – it’s actually pretty easy, even quicker than writing by … Continue reading

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Teppanyaki of the Day – Yakiniku at Century Avenue

A friend of mine’s visiting from Chengdu this week and last night he took me to this barbecue place called Yakiniku (烤肉达人), meaning “grilled meat” in Japanese. I pass by this mega-intersection on a daily basis and at last I’ve learnt there’s … Continue reading

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