The violent protests by the gilets jaunes, or “yellow vests,” happening in Paris are not happening in Nice, France’s fifth largest city. This begged a question: How much can you infer about a city based on the protests that occur within it?
Steak tips, in a sub, and eaten on the beach? What sort of clash of cultures was this, and why had it taken us this long to find it?
Miami’s Upper Eastside is full of proof that “endless summer” is a false ideal to chase. Summer does end, but it also comes back, sometimes in a new shape and form.
I often read that food is love, but it’s also memory. Such is the case with the burger shack of Murray Beach, New Brunswick, in the Canadian Maritimes.
Hoss and Mary’s specializes in sandwiches and “Peace, Love, & Tasty Grub!” The grub was tasty enough, but it was the rest of the motto that brought me back.
The Taiwanese people we met while traveling through Taipei, Hualien, and Fulong were so friendly and helpful that it was almost off-putting.