We literally couldn’t believe our luck stumbling upon a chai cafe during a recent trip to Australia’s Byron Bay. An absolutely delicious assortment of chai flavours in one place, delivered with smiles and good vibes. It shouldn’t be surprising really, given Byron Bay is a haven of tasty and nutritious treats. We’ve put our favourite cafes and eateries together in one article now available on our site (link in bio) for your next visit to Byron Bay. @spicebyronbay@barefootblender
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It’s been a week from our trip to #morocco and finally got one of the first blog posts down !
Check out the link in bio ☝️ We had an amazing time with @tripinerary and family. Also we were lucky with our car service and driver ...thanks @soufiane_qimouch for making it such an easy road trip!
This photo was taken at Tang Payeh, Krayan but right behind the mountain range at my back is actually Malaysia's Bario Valley.
Bario is a community of 13 to 16 villages located on the Kelabit Highlands.
The valley lies at an altitude of 3280 ft above sea level.
Do you know that W.M. Toynbee, a Canadian schoolteacher at Kelabit Highlands from 1963 to 1965 once referred to Bario as "Shangri-La" (paradise)? I've always wanted to visit Bario and I found it odd I visited its foreign neighbouring regions first in North Kalimantan.
Experience of the Week:
Recently Travel Bug Mike from www.traveladvocates.co.nz took a trip to Rarotonga and came across the glorious Charlies Bar. I know, I'd be pretty keen to sink a couple of pina coladas here! "It was such a nice moment chilling out from the usual intensity of having 3 kids, here at Charlies Bar in Raro. A local bar with live music in the evening, in tropical island paradise. Bliss!"
Long time ago, Tarakan was a meeting place for sailors and traders to eat, rest and trade their catch.
If you find yourself in Tarakan someday, follow in the footsteps of the olden day sailors and have a munch and rest at Pantai Amal.
There are two dishes you need to have at Pantai Amal; its fried shrimps and kerang kapah (hard clams). The fried shrimps are crunchy and tasty while the clams are chewy and juicy. Both are Pantai Amal’s specialties and both are equally addictive.