I had been hiking on the uninhabited side of Easter Island for a half a day already. The northwest coast was not only devoid of people, but also completely barren. I hadn’t found anything to eat or drink. The sun … Continue reading
So spicy that the soup caught fire. For a more detailed look on cuisine in Peru, read this article.
Photographed in Kotor, Montenegro.
You always knew it, didn’t you? Now there is a study suggesting a correlation between chocolate consumption and winning Nobel prizes. While you are emptying that jar of Nutella, you may however want to consider why this study is bogus: … Continue reading
“I am a very logical person. You could say I am left-brained.” When I heard that remark, I already knew I wouldn’t need to take the guy behind me in the queue at Lima airport seriously. And indeed, he went … Continue reading
Where exactly is the line between the Near East, the Middle East and the Far East? I am so old-school, when I am in a remote location, I miss newspapers more than the internet. I have never received as many … Continue reading
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I would love to eat something else than only pizza, pasta and kebab every week. Unfortunately, recipes and cookbooks are more complicated for me to read than the works of Immanuel Kant or books about stochastics. But finally someone made a video … Continue reading