Tag: Anthony Bourdain

Max and a mural in Marfa

Weekend Trip to Marfa in West Texas

Part of the fun of some of our trips is often ending up somewhere random and Marfa, Texas was one of those. Unless you live in Texas, are into the modern art, or religiously watched every episode of Parts Unknown, chances are you probably have never heard of this small West Texas town in the…
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September 13, 2019 0

Plan: A Layover at Toronto Pearson Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport is Canada’s largest airport and a major connection hub for Canadian and international travelers. Located about 26 kilometers from downtown Toronto, it is possible to leave the airport to visit the city if you choose to do so. Whether or not you end up stuck at the airport or plan to…
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August 1, 2019 0
Nusantara outdoor grill

Indulge – Indonesian Food in Ubud Bali

Ubud, Bali might be renowned due to Eat, Pray, Love for better or worse as it suffers from unregulated growth and over tourism but it is really hard not to love the place and want to visit it more than once to enjoy the picturesque jungle setting, luxurious and affordable pool villas, and vibrant food…
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March 1, 2019 4
View from the train during a stop

How to Travel by Train in Sri Lanka – Colombo to Galle

Haunting, is one way to describe the opening scene of No Reservations Sri Lanka in which Anthony Bourdain’s ominous monologue is set against an auspicious backdrop focused on his train journey as colorful images of life in Sri Lanka are interjected. Fast-forward to almost 10 years later and we’re back home, writing this blog post after taking…
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December 25, 2017 0