Mount Fuji is one of the most iconic postcard images in the world, and the tallest mountain in Japan. Nobody who visits Japan should miss it – it’s only ninety minutes drive outside of Tokyo and is quite simply one of the best things I’ve ever seen.
Continuing the vegan theme of my previous food post… We decided to try out Broccoli Revolution, a fully vegan restaurant in the Sukhumvit area of Bangkok.
Koh Phangan’s Sri Thanu area is the party island’s little hippy community, full of yoga studios, ‘healing’ centres, and of course vegan restaurants.
If you go to Bali then the chances are you’ll either begin or end your trip in Kuta, as it’s right by the airport. Kuta was the last place we visited in Bali, and therefore the last destination of our WHOLE Asian backpacking adventure *sob*.
Hidden in the quietest corner of Koh Chang’s Lonely Beach is Aire; a small, modern, health food cafe offering breakfast bowls, homemade granolas and fresh fruit smoothies.
Having spent the last few months blogging about Asia, my first food blog should probably centre around some sort of Asian cuisine. However, Mexican food is my all time favourite, and La Fiesta in Ho Chi Minh City may just well serve the best Tex-Mex I’ve ever tasted.
Ubud was my favourite place in Bali – it’s where the book Eat, Pray, Love was set and is like Mecca for yogis, a far cry from hedonistic Kuta just an hour and a half away.
When I imagined holidaying on a Thai island I pictured sunbathing, snorkelling, and cocktails on the beach; however this wasn’t to be the case as our bad weather curse struck again, and we instead had four days of intense rain and flash floods before we made an early exit!