Travel Tuesday--The country which makes the best coffee

 

Photo by Luca Bravo on Unsplash

 

 Hello again!

It's Travel Tuesday! I answer questions about travelling today. Here are five  fun questions and my answers of course!

1.Who is the person at home that you miss the most?

When my dog was alive, it was definitely her I missed the most. It was heartbreaking for me to leave her and travel. She was like my shadow, always stuck to me. We were inseparable. On the days I travelled she would be really sad and wouldn't move much or eat much. (Otherwise she was a whirlwind of energy). I miss her so much ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜ซ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’” 



2.What home comfort do you miss the most ?

To be honest, when I am travelling I don't think about home at all. I switch off completely. There's no point in undertaking travel if you are going to miss 'home comfort' --whatever those may be. I exist in the moment completely, when I am travelling. Also I choose clean, comfortable places to stay. As long as I have that I know that I will eventually be going back home, and therefore I travel with this mindset . Hence I don't miss home at all. Wherever I make my bed is home!


 3.What has been the most interesting item of food you've tasted? 

In Bhutan I tasted some stir fried vegetables. It had whole red chillies and oyster sauce. I loved this particular dish. I also absolutelty loved Teh tarik which I had in singapore. In Switzerland I had a high protein bread which was sold everywhere in Coop stores and I loved that as well.

 

4.What food from your home country do you miss the most?

I guess that would be idlis! I can eat idlis anytime.Although I must say that I am extremely non-fussy when it comes to food. I can eat anything as long as it is healthy , preferably with high protein.

 

 5.Which country makes the best coffee or tea?

 Undoubtedly the best coffee I've had was in Egypt, and it was Turkish coffee! I love strong black coffee, and I have it without sugar.

You can read this article  for the best cafes in Egypt. When I had travelled there, I'd just gone to a small one. I feel those ones serve the best ones.

pic credit: https://www.originaltravel.co.uk/


I hope you enjoyed this edition of Travel Tuesday as much as I enjoyed writing it :)
If have any questions about my travels--do ask! I will be happy to address it in the next edition.

Come back for a new post tomorrow.

Love
Preeti

Comments

  1. Reminds me of my trip.. but i have travelled in India itself.. i was expecting best coffee would be served in Bangalore or Chennai.. surprised we have the best coffee served in other countries. Good to know.

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    1. Coffee has so many variations that it totally depends on your taste!

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  2. Hello Ma'am, I am really loving this blog marathon. It's like perfect dish of different variety of foods in one plate. (i.e. different topics on 1 page).
    I am getting lots of helpful information & positivity through this. Lots of love to you.

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  3. Namaskaram Preetiji,
    What a delightfully wonderful post while fresh aroma tugs at the heart and enthralls the senses.You so vividly described the cafes and the intrinsic cultural aspects around it that it was as if it was all playing before my eyes.

    That's always been your Forte your descriptive powers make the readers get transported in a different world altogether.
    Thank you
    Pranam from your humble fan.
    Love,luck and pranam to you Preetiji ๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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  4. Lovely post.
    Oh, I remember Lostris. :(

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