Cooling off with Chef Mavro at the 10th Annual Rice Fest at Ward Village
In Hawaii we embrace the new and different. A huge example of that can be seen in our food culture. It’s our universal language. We speak it all and we can’t get enough.
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Part II: Poets Cove to Telegraph Harbour
(Continued from Captain’s Blog – Part I)
The next morning on the boat and the second without a shower. I toss around debating if the coffee will be worth the cold morning air, when the door creaks open. “Wake up. Come outside!” I put on a jacket and rush to find an otter sunbathing on deck. Continue reading “Captain’s Blog”
Part I: Montageu to Winter Cove
After a full day on the water we awake in the Gulf Islands. Montageu Harbour, one of many in the chain between BC and Vancouver Island. It’s cold. Really cold. Not exactly what I pictured when we decided to charter a boat for a week long sailing lesson. Continue reading “Captain’s Blog”
Vancouver is a popular destination for many local people. An easily accessible city, surrounded by the Pacific Northwest’s signature mountains and coastline. In addition to its natural beauty, the city is also known for its food and the biggest night market in North America. Continue reading “Vancouver Night Market”
“Street food” is one of my favorite things to eat when traveling, but in Thailand, it’s not always served on the street. Boat noodles get their name from where it’s traditionally sold. It’s typically served in a small bowl which makes it easy to eat on the water. A few bites, a couple slurps and you’re done. These little bowls are so tasty, I instantly regret not ordering two.
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