The Curious Case of the Disappearing LandLoper

Since I first started my blog nearly 10 years ago, there have only been a few days when I didn’t either publish something new on my site or at least be a very active participant on social media. That all changed this November when a series of events took me away from my job and my true love that is sharing the travel experience with others. At the beginning of the month I finished up a fun press trip to Texas to return home only to find a close friend severely ill. So ill, in fact, th...
Tags: Travel, Texas, Baltimore, Top Travel Tips

KY cooks – Nyonya Seafood Curry with Salted Fish Bone

Welp, it’s been almost three years since I last have an entry on cooking, I guess it’s not better time than now to put in one of my favorite dishes mom used to cook when I was a boy – Nyonya seafood curry with salted fish bone. This really came about because I managed to get some really big whole salted fish from the Filipino market in Kota Kinabalu. ingredients for seafood curry pot As the name of the dish suggests, this is a classic Penang style Nyonya dish. Unlike normal curry dish, the pres...
Tags: Travel, Seafood, Kota Kinabalu, Cooks, Nyonya, Welp, Nyonya Food, Mom's Recipe, Prawn Curry, Salted Fish Bone, Salted Fish Bone Curry, Seafood Curry, Nyonya Seafood Curry

Lethal Weapon 2

This is another one of those movies that even though I haven’t watched it in decades, it all felt so familiar (especially particular lines) because I must have watched it countless times — I’m pretty sure I had a VHS copy back in the day. Joe Pesci still steals the show in this — and it’s a bit funny that I also watched The Irishman today, so a double dose of Pesci for me. It is what it is, an 80s action comedy, and it does it well.
Tags: Travel, Film, 1989, Joe Pesci, Debaser, Pesci, Movie Marathon, Lethal Weapon 2

Book Review : London’s Underground

The cover artwork for the hardcover book “London’s Underground”. Many of us – particularly men – are fascinated by transportation technology and enjoy some of the backstory to the travel and transportation services that otherwise can be taken for granted, and to glimpse the original glamor and excitement that surrounds things that have become, through familiarity and overuse, drab and mundane.Here’s a book that is sure to delight such people (myself included).  It is a beautifully designed and...
Tags: Travel, Reviews, Amazon, Science, London, Trains, Miscellaneous, Covent Garden, Destination, Otis, Benjamin Graham, Transport Museum, Oliver Green

Le Train Bleu

One of the prettiest places I’ve seen in Paris is le Train Bleu in Gare des Lyons, the train station for trips to the South of France. We were indeed on our way south and had a few minutes before our train so I ran upstairs to take a few photos. Set up for lunch. I find this royal blue color very elegant,. There are paintings high up on the walls of various place in the south of France.
Tags: Travel, France, Paris, Interior, Elegance, Le Train Bleu, Gare des Lyons

Italian Meatball Recipe!

  Italian Meatball Recipe: 1 1/2 cup of bread crumbs ( this can be home made from toasted Italian bread or store bought)  1 pound of ground meat, (you can substitute any meat, we prefer Turkey 100% lean.) 4 oz. grated cheese Pecorino and Parmigiana 2 Tsp of salt 1 Tsp of pepper 2 Eggs  10 leafs chopped parsley  2 cloves of garlic  1 or 1/2 cup of water - depending on the quality of your bread crumbs.  Mix all together, form balls (secret to keeping them nice and together, drip ...
Tags: Travel, Turkey, Meatballs, Turkey Meatballs, Italian American Cooking, Fried Italian Meatballs, How To Make Meatballs, Italian meatballs, Sunday Italian Dinner

5 Things to Know About PrEP – the HIV Preventative Drug

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - Since writing about my own personal experience taking Truvada for PrEP, I wanted to elaborate additional important things worth knowing about PrEP and Truvada. When I first started taking PrEP, I realized a lot of my family and friends outside of the LGBTQ community weren’t really aware of this life-altering and revolutionary drug. The drug has the potential to reduce HIV transmission by nearly 99%. This “mi...
Tags: Travel, America, Fda, Travel Tips, Truvada, Gilead Sciences, Gilead, Medication Assistance Program, PrEP4ALL the National Institutes of Health NIH

Things do in Bergen – 14 Great Attractions in Norway’s Most Beautiful City

Rounding up all of the amazing things to do in Bergen, Norway. I'll never forget driving into the town center of Bergen, Norway for the first time. Colorful buildings, old-world architecture and the mountainous backdrop all contributed equally to that tingling of wanderlust that nipped at my consciousness.  I had never heard of this town […] Read the original post Things do in Bergen – 14 Great Attractions in Norway’s Most Beautiful City on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Music, Norway, Bergen, Edvard Grieg, Bergen Norway, Bryggen, Beautiful City

TEST with Mada html and Skimlinks

Trip Overview On our Madagascar Ecotour you’ll hike in dense rainforests where a local guide will help you spot as many lemur species as possible, listen for the eery call of the indri, and observe the moves of the dancing sifaka. Their moves may just put yours to shame! Ready for a dance-off? This trip ... Read More You can read the original article here: TEST with Mada html and Skimlinks. Monkeys and Mountains | Adventure Travel - Trekking and Hiking Tours in Europe | Mountain Hiking | Advent...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Madagascar, Travel Tips, Mada

25 Japan travel tips for first time visitors

25 Japan travel tips for first time visitors Japan can be a culture shock to the senses for first time visitors. There’s a lot of things to know before traveling to Japan, so today’s blog post will focus on a few useful Japan travel trips.  Japan is easily one of our favourite travel destinations in the world. It’s unlike anywhere else. The people, the food, the culture, the quirkiness, the architecture, the history, the World Heritage Sites. Simply put, Japan has everything you want in trav...
Tags: Travel, Google, Asia, Europe, Japan, Thailand, Canada, United States, Ireland, Pokemon, Bank, Tokyo, Airbnb, Vancouver, Connor, North America

Lille Puts Art at the Top of France

Lille, in the top north corner of France, is a city full of art, with impressive museums like La Piscine, the Lille Metropole musee d'art moderne, and more.
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Lille, Destinations, Top French Cities, Lille Puts Art, Lille Metropole

Christmas in Paris

Also see: * What's Open on Christmas and New Year's Day in Paris* New Year's Eve in Paris How Do the French Celebrate Christmas? Even though France is a staunchly secular country, Christmas celebrations are still a big deal, much like in the US, with special food, gifts, decorations, and a bearded guy in a red suit. There are, however, a few big differences you’ll notice if it’s your first time in France for the holidays. Parisian transplant Alysa Salzberg wrote a very comprehensive article...
Tags: Travel, Europe, France, Disney, US, Jean de la Fontaine, Paris, Strasbourg, Eiffel Tower, Swan Lake, Santa, Antoine, Disneyland Paris, Emma, Heather, Bernard

Ben Tre Farm Stay – An easy escape from Saigon life in the Mekong Delta

Hotel Name: Ben Tre Farm Stay Address: Cai Suc Bridge, Hamlet 3, Xa Phu Nhuan, Ben Tre, Vietnam. When exploring the Mekong Delta region I suggest staying for at least some of your time at a home or farmstay. Part of the appeal of the Mekong is exploring the rural roads and the many waterways that criss-cross the land. With this in mind I booked into the Ben Tre Farm Stay in Ben Tre Province. The Ben Tre Farm Stay is about 5km from the city of Ben Tre, on the other side of the Ben Tre River. On...
Tags: Travel, Accommodation, Vietnam, Mekong, Saigon, Mekong Delta, Ben Tre, Vinh Long, FUTA, Farmstay, Tra Vinh, Phu Nhuan Ben, Ben Tre Farm Stay, Ben Tre FUTA, Phuong Trang, Ben Tre Town The road

10 of Europe’s most magical Christmas destinations

Sick of the usual Christmas re-runs and tepid turkey hangover? Here is a list of our collective favourite angelic advent destinations that we promise will put the magic back in to Yuletide for even the most stubborn of Christmas Grinches, all you have to do now is find that last minute deal and book...
Tags: Travel, Europe

Top 15 Airline approved dog/pet carriers (in cabin)

Whether you have a pet dog or a cat at home, all your vacations and fun trips will be incomplete without them. However, traveling by air has its own limitations, one of which is carrying animals and pets along. If you don’t want to miss your pet on your next trip, then you should definitely...
Tags: Travel, Dog Friendly Travel

Travel Tips for Boomer Women Traveling Solo

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Useful Mexico Travel Websites

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Tags: Travel, Mexico, Travel websites, Travel Books, Long-term Travel, Mexico Travel, Travel Bargains, International Living/working, Living Abroad, Cheap Latin America Travel, Merida, living in Mexico

Sibuti Wildlife Sanctuary

There is a new wildlife rehabilitation center in Miri called the Sibuti Wildlife Sanctuary which is to be opened in the Sibuti area here in Northern Sarawak.  The Sibuti Wildlife Sanctuary will house protected and endangered species of animals rescued in the northern and central parts of Sarawak.  Sibuti Wildlife Sanctuary One of the male orangutans seen at a wildlife center in Sarawak. Just so you know, the wildlife sanctuary has been around for years and only now it is in t...
Tags: Travel, Malaysia, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia Asia, Kuala Lumpur SINGAPORE, Places to Visit in Sarawak, Things to do in Sarawak, Semenggoh, Bornean Gibbons, Sarawak Tourism, Miri Airport, Malaysia Wildlife Tourism, Sibuti Wildlife Sanctuary, Wildlife Sanctuaries, Sibuti

12 Best Things to Do in Singapore

Singapore has earned a reputation as an expensive stopover destination, but truthfully, it is so much more. It has a rich and diverse culture that can be explored all throughout the city. The food is among both the most affordable and most delicious cuisines in the world. Locals in Singapore are friendly, the public transport system is ... Read more 12 Best Things to Do in Singapore The post 12 Best Things to Do in Singapore appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.
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