When I set out last year for my six month trip around South East Asia, there were two places I really wanted to visit: Myanmar and the Philippines. Rumor has it they were the purest and most untouched countries over there. Turns out the rumors were right!
I don’t know what’s more annoying at tropical resorts – the daily poolside Macarena line dance lessons or the tired buffets filled with overcooked meat and lifeless produce. For years, us foodies have accepted both in an effort to spend a week in paradise.
You’ve finally arrived in one of the most meaningful parts of this spectacular city – the Old Town of San Diego. Occupied by beautiful, significant buildings, studded with Mexican restaurants and sprinkled with souvenir stalls, this place has its own well-kept, magical scent from the past.
“Beautiful” and “Afghanistan” is a pairing you don’t normally see on the news, but it’s true. From a wealth of natural resources, to stunning natural landmarks, to the people who work and live in these places, Afghanistan is a land vibrant with beauty. Just take a look.
As the saying goes down here in the Southeastern United States, “I may not have been born in the South, but I got here as fast as I could.” There’s a reason why. Aside from the mild winters, the South is filled with a vibrant culture, warm smiles, and plenty of fresh, wholesome cooking.