Stories from around the world

The beauty & the flowers, Seoul, South Korea

The Travelling Foodie is about stories, stories from every corner of the world. Here I share with you the lessons I learnt throughout my travels, I tell you about the wonderful and less wonderful people I met on the way. From the old man who insisted on inviting me for coffee on a side road in Cappadocia, Turkey to the nice lady who paid for my bus ticket in Busan, South Korea.

The way I travel has changed over the years as I’m getting older and more experienced with travel. It is no longer about ticking check-lists for me. Instead, I try to travel slow to soak up the vibe of a place and connect with its people. As much as I find plain guides useful, you won’t find a lot of guides here. I will stay authentic to myself, tell authentic stories that may or may not be Instagrammable.


Gyeongju Gyochon Traditional Village

Through my lens: Gyeongju – the museum without walls

Last year was hard and exhausting for everyone. That’s why when I was able to visit South Korea in December, I didn’t want to stress myself with too much planning. I knew which cities I wanted to visit but I didn’t plan how long I’d be staying or even where I’d stay. It was one… Read More

Colombia: Don’t listen to what they say. Go see!

This post was originally posted on my old blog on December the 8th, 2017. This is an updated version. It is funny how travel helps us see beyond our biases but also we worry about our biases as we travel. Bias is a disproportionate weight in favour of or against an idea or thing, usually… Read More

Through my lens: Sri Lanka’s Tuk-tuks

There are around one million tuk-tuks in Sri Lanka, providing essential, affordable transport for Sri Lankans & visitors alike. It is hard to notice tuk-tuks

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