Winter in Hokkaido: an average of 26 degrees Fahrenheit and an annual average of 200 inches of snowfall. The northernmost of Japan’s four main islands is covered in a white … Read more
Where to Find Local Food for your Overland Kitchen
An important part of traveling is food. And while we often cook our meals in our overland camping kitchen, we do need to shop for food and do like to go out for a meal every once in a while.
With a focus on vegetarian/vegan and healthy meals, we share our impressions of local food in different countries here.
For our cooking equipment, take a look here.
New in the country and not speaking one word of Korean? How do you manage? Being a plant-based eater doesn’t exactly help as Koreans have an increasing appetite for meat … Read more
Are you a plant-based eater and about to visit South Korea? Rest assured, you won’t have to depend on eating raw tomatoes and carrots bought on a market. South Korea … Read more
Road travel is well developed in Japan. Whether on Expressways or on narrow, winding country roads, michi no ekis (road stations with farmer’s markets and parking lots where you can spend the … Read more
With lots of trees and truly a relaxed atmosphere, Chengde is a lovely town to just wander the streets, zigzag through local neighborhoods, enjoy the scene, walk along the Wǔliè … Read more
Ji’an town is a border town in the Jilin Province in the Northeastern Corner of China, right along the border with North Korea. The nicest part of town is the … Read more
Brazil has much to offer and those who have followed our adventures know we spent more than two years driving to the country’s remotest corners, getting to know the very … Read more