8 foods you should say, “bonjour” to in montreal

8 foods you should say, “bonjour” to in montreal

Poutine - fries with gravy and cheese curds. Need I say more? I don’t normally like soggy fries but somehow, this just works. Must be all the cheese. This dish originates from Quebec. Being that Montreal is IN Quebec, you won’t find a shortage of poutine places. I would think that it’s like finding a … Continue reading 8 foods you should say, “bonjour” to in montreal

5 things you should know before you visit chichen itza

5 things you should know before you visit chichen itza

One of the ‘New’ Seven Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza is probably on most travelers bucket lists. For me, it’s one of those one and done places. I came, I saw, I don’t need to come back. Make sure you wear sneakers. Just as you’d suspect, there are hoards of tourists (especially tour groups) … Continue reading 5 things you should know before you visit chichen itza

how to be a tourist in miami (just not right now)

how to be a tourist in miami (just not right now)

Don’t be like one of those selfish Spring Breakers. Stay home. This post is for when things go back to normal (hopefully soon). Ben and I visited Miami back in March of 2019. He was supposed to have a work conference, which ended up being cancelled, so I decided to book a flight for the … Continue reading how to be a tourist in miami (just not right now)

10 foods you should say, “ni hao” to in china

10 foods you should say, “ni hao” to in china

I wish I got the chance to try a lot more food but unfortunately, we were only in China for about five days. As with any country, China has its regional cuisines (I highly recommend watching, “Flavorful Origins” on Netflix to learn more about Chaoshan and Yunnan cuisines). Being that China is one of the … Continue reading 10 foods you should say, “ni hao” to in china