Cape Town is in a water crisis at the moment. So much so that the other day at Woolies there was no bottled water to buy. That was worrisome but fine by me because I had the perfect excuse to spend my money in the wine section instead and left with the feeling that I...
What to eat in Singapore? As a melting pot of cultures and cuisines there are choices for each taste and budget. I introduce you to some of my favorite dishes & restaurants in Singapore.
Brazilian caipirinha is world renowned and I couldn’t return without getting a few proper Brazilian drink recipes. My favorite turned out to be a caipirinha cocktail with a twist – the Jorge Amado.
Last year I stayed a couple of months in Canggu, Bali to write my book. It was a spur of the moment decision as I had met an old friend there who is one of the best yoga teachers I know and I was keen to rekindle our friendship and the relationship with my mat. Only...
I have just returned from another stay in Ubud which to me is a great place in Bali to get work done. Overall good wifi and comfy accommodation as well as some great restaurants in Ubud for all occasions and budgets make it one of my preferred Bali destinations....
Exploring India through its food was my favorite in Delhi and Kerala. Here are my best tips on how to avoid getting sick in India and eat everything.
I love Bangkok, I think we have established that much. My list of little favorites is endless but next to a lot of cheap massages and the flower market, I am always in search for some great food. From the hip and the happening to the local and authentic....
Looking for the best breakfast food in the world? Let me introduce you to the Sri Lankan hopper, a national treasure that actually tastes good at any time.
You want discover Moroccan cuisine but don’t know where to start? Join Marrakech Food Tours for a for a street food tour through Marrakech – find the best Marrakech restaurants and learn all about Moroccan food.
Some call it Chinese delicacies, others would consider it freaky food but here are some things you should try for an exciting culinary trip.
Hello, I’m Annika!
I’m a girl with messy hair and a thirsty heart who likes to be anywhere but home. After having lived in New York and South Africa for many years, I now call the world home because I love one thing more than drinking wine and doing yoga together – traveling.
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MY FIRST BOOK ABOUT SOLO TRAVEL
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