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Nothing can spoil your travels as much as being stuck in your hotel room being sick or unable to leave the toilet. Even taking one bite of something a bit gross can ruin your day when you’re unable to forget the horrible taste. I made a list of foods that you should be avoiding when in Europe:

1. Andouillette sausage, France

You could easily be tricked into eating an Andouillette sausage – on the outside, it looks very similar to any other delicious sausage. But it’s the insides that might put you off. It’s made from chopped-up pig intestines squeezed into a casing.

Usually it’s fried, and it isn’t necessarily the taste people complain about – it’s the smell you won’t be able to forget. If you’re interested in picking one up and cooking it, try this recipe. But be warned, even they only got two-thirds through the meal before the smell put them off.

Oh, lots of other European countries have some kind of variation of this dish (in Slovenia it is a stew of intestines called vampi). Another similar sausage, also very common in Europe, is blood sausage. I kind of like this one, don’t kill me!

2. Gooseneck barnacles, Spain

They might not look like something you can eat, but these crustaceans are so popular that a plateful can set you back €100. In fact, men are risking their lives trying to get supplies of gooseneck barnacles to sell.

If you fancy seeing what all the fuss is about, you’ll have to prepared to put some work in too. You have to peel off the skin from the stalk and avoid splashing seawater everywhere before getting to the tasty flesh underneath – that’s where all the flavour apparently is, although many people say it just tastes of the sea. I tried it once in Portugal and it was really yucky. Probably not worth splashing your cash on.


3. Sardinian Maggot Cheese

Now watch out for this one. This cheese makes it to the top of the Secret Traveller’s most challenging foods of the world – and it’s no surprise. It’s sheep’s milk cheese that has live insect larvae inside it. If you’re feeling brave, you’ll have to ask around in Sardinia because it’s questionable in its legality. But be careful, the maggots can leap up to 15cm and leave a sour aftertaste. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. Eeeeeew!!

4. Mass-produced gelato, Italy

Gelato is a must-try when you’re in Italy. But it can be wildly different from one gelateria to another. Don’t waste your time on the mass-produced stuff made from mixes. You’ve got to hunt down the real stuff to avoid disappointment of this famous dish.

Luckily, as Landlopers say, you can spot it from a mile away most of the time by looking for natural colours and the word ‘artigianale’ to tell you it’s made with natural ingredients, not preservatives.

5. Buffets, everywhere

If you want to avoid getting ill, you should avoid buffets at all costs. The dishes are warmed up and left sitting out for germs to gather. The longer they’re there, the greater risk they have of being contaminated. You’re better off with freshly cooked street food. Use your intuitive and stick to places where the locals eat.

Ice cream!

Have you tried any of these foods? What did you think? Share your experiences with us.

Travelling definitely has its own perks and headaches. The perks might come in the form of getting to know new places, their history, their culture, their heritage, new languages, mixing with the locals and even trying out the different delicacies they have while at the same time figuring out your own self and opening up to the greater beyond.

Now comes the not so nice part of travelling. The planning, the booking, the searching for the best deals and the getting to the place will surely be a headache, especially if you are travelling in a large group. Once the planning where to go is done, comes the booking and the searching for the best flights and hotels. Your usual agenda will be opening Google, going on some random travel site, get your hotels that might not be at the cheapest price and getting your flights from one of the low-cost carriers.

But what if I told you that there is a simpler and easier way to get both of it and at the cheapest price too? WHAT?? Yes, it’s true! Traveloka is your answer. Saving your day with cheap flights and great hotel deals that you can never find anywhere, this website will surely come in like superhero to save your day.

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As the next big thing in the South East Asia, here are why Traveloka Malaysia is the ultimate best.

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    Traveloka offers their wonderlust customers a complete, amazing solution- book for the cheapest flight tickets and hotels all around South East Asia at the SAME TIME with great savings. Your wallet will surely thank you for this.
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    The team behind the brand filters only the best, lowest prices for both flight tickets and hotels in South East Asia so that you never have to bother with other websites.
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    Be rest assured that there are no hidden, hanky-panky business going on under the table. The price that you see on the website is what you pay at the end. Everything, the extras and whatnot are all included.
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    Check for the cheapest price from the last 48 hours just by clicking on the dates. For impulsive travelers like me, this is so awesome because I get to pick on deals whenever I want. Do keep in mind that the prices are subject to change at any time.


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Traveloka, being as amazing as they are, created an app for both the Android and IOS users to find for their ultimate travel deals on the go, straight from their mobile device. Making life easier no matter where you are now, you can find your cheapest Traveloka hotel and flights from over 100,000+ different flights and 600,000+ hotels ranging from budget ones to the comfortable, exclusive 5 star hotels. Not only that, with your account, you can access all your details from the different devices that you have + with the hotel vouchers and e-ticket that are stored in your phone, you are also contributing to a better, pollution free world by going green. Never thought about that right??

So, make Traveloka your go-to booking website for hotels and flights and don’t forget to download the app now for further convenience.

I have mentioned about us buying an old car. After 8 months of driving around with bicycles and sitting at home at sunny weekend (I do exaggerate a bit :D) we decided it’s time to explore our tiny cure country. So we bought an old Toyota Yaris which is just perfect for us. We both love to eat good and drink some nice wine, so we decided to go to Goriška Brda region which is famous for their wine production. It also looks like little Tuscany!


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It’s been a long time since we’ve flown with an airplane. Yes, we’ve bought a 10-year old car and have been exploring our tiny but beautiful country, Slovenia. But it’s not quite the same. the plan was to visit Sao Tome and Principe, but then the airplane tickets went sky rocket and we were left without a destination. Mic called me from Bolgaria and asked if I wanted to go to Zanzibar. To the land of bounty and white sand beaches? (I know, so cliche :D). Hell, yeeeees! 😀 Oh, the anticipation of flying feels like crispy air of Himalayas.

We will be exploring Zanzibar for 3 weeks starting 3rd week of May. We have been invited to stay at some resorts, try some restaurants and try to find beautiful things that don’t include spending a lot of money. The thing is, people go to Zanzibar just for a short time, from Tanzania, and we want to explore it as the 3-week-vacation place.

Besides the main island, our goal is to see Pemba island which doesn’t have a lot of tourists. Mainly because of high end resorts 😉 And there’s our challenge!

Manta resort.One of the resorts on Pemba island. Nope, we probably won’t be staying here 🙂


Burma (Myanmar) is a beautiful country. Friendly and gold. And even if we were a bit disappointed by crowds of tourists, we would go there again. On a bit of a different route – south! Burma is slowly opening to outer world and you need to go to the newly opened places. Here’s a 17 day South Burma itinerery which you can prolong into Thailand to a 3 week itinerary 🙂

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