One of my favourite dishes while travelling in Nepal had to be the Tibetan dumplings – Momos. As many of my readers will already know, I loved them so much I named my lovely new kitten after them.
The Marina Bay Sands is a striking feature of the Singapore skyline, and one of the city’s most iconic hotels. Opening in 2010, the hotel boasts an infinity pool on the 57th floor.
In order to swim in the pool, you have to be a guest at the hotel. And with the starting price for rooms being a costly S$439, it’s beyond many travellers budget.
However if you’ve got a hankering for the view. And fancy something more substantial than a peek from the SkyPark. Consider trying the cheese and chocolate buffet in Club55. Continue reading
One the of the biggest surprises while travelling in Nepal, was how much they embraced different cuisines. The selection of Western food was incredible, and the quality very good. Additionally I was in Nepal for 2 months, and did not get food poisoning once! Of course there are also plenty of places to try Nepali and Tibetan food too. Here are a few to try in Thamel (the tourist area in Kathmandu).