Last Sausage Kiosk before the Equator

I was in Singapore’s Chinatown where a German-style Wuerstelstand proudly bore the claim that it was indeed “The last Sausage Kiosk before the Equator”. . . . → Read More: Last Sausage Kiosk before the Equator

Hawke’s Bay New Zealand

Located on the east coast of the North Island, Hawke’s Bay is famous for its wines, and the lovely art deco city of Napier. Certainly, the region does allow some wonderful of the magnificent coastline, with stunning, craggy landscape of Cape Kidnappers at the southern boundary of the bay. . . . → Read More: Hawke’s Bay New Zealand

Malaysia Airlines Catering

Prior to visiting the catering headquarters I had assumed that most airline meals would prepared in bulk by machines. I was way off the mark, as the preparation of meals at Brahim’s is a distinctly hands on affair and very labour intensive. There are little tricks used to make the brain think you are eating recently cooked food. . . . → Read More: Malaysia Airlines Catering

Brisbane Airtrain

One of the best ways to get from Brisbane airport to the city or the Gold Coast is via the Brisbane Airtrain. The Brisbane Airtrain does stop at all stations between the domestic terminal and the Gold Coast, and you can alight at any of those stations, and change lines at any of the hubs. . . . → Read More: Brisbane Airtrain

Son My Memorial Vietnam

The Son My Memorial may not mean much to most people, but if you were alive when the Vietnamese War was taking place, then you would have heard about the My Lai Massacre which was carried out there on 16 March, 1968. Son My was a village that contained My Lai and three other hamlets. The memorial is about a two hour drive south of Hoi An on Vietnam’s central coast. . . . → Read More: Son My Memorial Vietnam