Posts tagged with ‘street food’

  • Borneo Street Food—A Pleasant Surprise

    By Pasture Braised on April 22, 2014
    When we set our sites on Borneo street food wasn’t even on our minds (for once). In fact, this might have been the least food motivated stop of our trip. But therein lies the magic of eating on the street—it doesn’t take buzz to make delicious food. Meeting the Borneo orangutans was guaranteed to be a fabulous experience. But as an […]
  • A Perfect Layover in Singapore

    By Pasture Braised on March 22, 2014
    Call us Sloan and Ferris, we just had the best day off. It was a day off from temples. A day off from haggling. A day off from scooters, tuctucs, and other unreasonable traffic. It was in every sense but geographic a day off from backpacking South East Asia. It was our 14 hour layover in Singapore. Natalie obsessed with […]
  • Roasting a Pig on the Street—Tet on the Mekong Delta

    By Pasture Braised on March 1, 2014
    This New Year of the Horse started in a very auspicious way— we celebrated Tet on the Mekong Delta in Southern Vietnam with our friend Jen and her incredibly welcoming family. Thanks to the wonders of Instagram, Natalie has kept in touch with her high school friend, Jen. They hadn’t seen each other in the flesh for a decade (#youknowyouaregettingancientwhen…), […]
  • Travel in Rajasthan, The ABCs of India’s Most Colourful State

    By Natalie on December 11, 2013
    Travel in Rajasthan includes a whole lot of superlatives. Rajasthan—which means the land of kings—is the subcontinent’s largest state. It’s often called the most colorful, and even the “most Indian” state. To help wrap your head around all the “mosts” associated with one of India’s most visited states, here’s your A-Z guide to travel in Rajasthan. The ABCs of Travel […]