Posts made in 2012


Updated on: 11/28/18Singapore Hawker Centres. Those three little words make my mouth salivate just hearing it. I have a theory that when it comes to food there are only two types of people in this world.  Those who know the miraculous wonders of the Singapore Hawker Centre concept and those who do not.  If you aren't salivating right now, I'll take it that you are in the do not category. But don't worry, this post is going to let out...

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Updated on: 01/4/19My name is Jeremy, and I am a Cirque du Soleil addict. You've probably heard of Cirque du Soleil.  Maybe even have seen one or two.  But I have a confession to make to everyone here today – I am an addict. People ask me all the time what it is about Cirque du Soleil that gets me so excited, but I really have a hard time pinpointing it.  For those who are new to the show style, I like to describe it as being...

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Updated on: 03/17/19Ten years ago, several months before this blog even existed, I went on my first trip overseas. With absolutely zero stamps in my brand new passport and having never traveled solo before in my life, you could say that international travel was a new experience for me. Looking back now, after having traveled for many years in 70+ countries, filling my passport a few times over in the process, I can say that I've grown...

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Missing Siesta Time in Seville

Missing Siesta Time in Seville


Posted By Jeremy on Jul 16, 2012

Updated on: 05/30/18Without a doubt, Seville was my favorite city we stayed in during our honeymoon in Spain.  Angie and I bicker about this one quite a bit because her heart was left in Granada (read our Granada restaurant review to find out why), but something about Seville keeps dragging me back.  It is hard to say what exactly about the city has the allure to me, other than its amazing architecture and tasty, cheap Spanish food....

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Updated on: 11/28/18One of the things we were most looking forward to about our recent trip to Spain was devouring churros con chocolate.  Fried to crisp perfection and served alongside rich dark chocolate, these are not your soggy elementary school cafeteria churros bathed in achingly sweet cinnamon sugar. No, these are grown-up churros. Everyone has their opinion on who makes the best churros and who makes the best chocolate, so we...

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