Monday, November 20, 2017

Chile Border Crossing, San Pedro, Llama Burgers, Airport Transfer to Calama

Crossing borders over land versus air is always interesting. I have only done it a few times (USA to Mexico/Canada, Romania to Bulgaria, Bosnia to Croatia, to name a few.)‎ After the Bolivian salt flats...

Eat La Paz: Luciernagas

After golfing on the moon, it was time to eat. I read about a family owned Bolivian restaurant called Luciernagas. It is located on Ave lllimani 1683, La Paz, Bolivia. I arrived an hour...

Where to Eat: Cusco Edition

Where should you eat in Cusco? There are dozens of restaurants that line the streets around the city center. Most have the same menu that cater to tourists. You'll find hamburgers, pizza, and Chinese...

Dallas, Texas: Food & Drink Party Guide

Dallas is not the most entertaining city, but it does have a few spots that are worth checking out. TPOL breaks it down for you as only he can. Arlington It's worth mentioning that Cowboy Stadium...

Madrid Party Guide: Out All Hours

A fun night out can elevate a city from good to great. The evening started with my trembles at Tigre for tapas. With a healthy buzz, I left Chueca in search of Cavas Bajas, a...

Tigre! Tourist Tapas in Madrid

Getting There: The address is Calle de las Infantas, 30, 28004. Take the metro line 5 (depending on where you are) to Chueca. I left Morocco for Madrid. My first order of business was to...

Hivernage, The Other Side of Marrakech

I've covered in great detail what there is to see and do in the Medina in Marrakech (juice, eat like a tourist, eat like a local, get lost). After a few nights in that...

Medina, Marrakech: The Definitive Guide To Lamb Brain, Tongue, Eyeballs & More Food

After initially wanting to leave Morocco but then deciding to stay, I finally got into a rhythm in Marrakech. Centered around my decision to stay was desire to try every food and drink available. I already...

Medina, Marrakech: The Detox Juice Bar

The Medina has everything. Shops selling handmade leather purses, snakes that siss for photos, monkeys that also demand money, food stalls with some of the best soup in the world, and, of course, the...

Medina, Marrakech: The Tourist Dinner

I've said it before and I'll say it again, take recs from your upscale hotel with a grain of saffron. The Prison of Posh led me astray in Naples where, due to time restraints, the hotel recommended...
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