#day361 – Köfteci cake

It’s all about turkish delights in Berlin Wedding. Kebab, falafel, lahmacun, baklava – whatever you want you’ll get. Authentic food in a good quality. I missed these delicacies a lot. You can find a kebab in Southamerica, sure. I tried at the minimum a handful. That’s why I can profess, it’s a shame they call […]

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#day334 – eating a lobster

I turned into the biggest seafood lover on this trip. I didn’t like seafood for my almost entire life but here in the Caribbean I can’t get enough of it. When someone told me, we’re going to get lobster for dinner the last day of our trip, I started dreaming about lobsters. It’s on my […]

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#day327 – killing my Southamerica Ramen

Me and my Ramen, we were such good friends. We travelled together from Buenos Aires in Argentina all the way up to Santa Marta in Colombia. We spent six intensive months together. Something that let you become real friends. I know everything about my Ramen and my Ramen knows everything about me. I remember our […]

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#day321 – tropical shrimp ceviche

When there is one really amazing dish in Southamerica it’s ceviche. It’s something special. Something you can’t get at every corner, not even in food paradise Berlin. For those who don’t know what it is, it’s raw seafood in kind of a lime sauce with onions, coriander and crunchy corn. A cold dish. As I […]

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#day293 – baking yuca bread

Day three in the Amazon. With one of my personal highlights of the tour. The visit of a local community. A group of 60 people who still live in the jungle. They don’t look like aboriginal people. I mean they don’t bounce naked through the jungle. But they live in basic small wooden houses without […]

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#day284 – heart shaped nutella pancakes

It’s all about pancakes when you’re backpacking in Southeastasia. I heard people saying they’re on the banana pancake route when the traveled from Thailand to Singapore. Just because pancakes are the typical western breakfast over there. I never eat pancakes for breakfast at home but I loved to have a pancake breakfast in Southeastasia. A […]

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#day269 – eating a guinea pig

Peru. Southamerica’s food heaven. The country, where guinea pig is a delicacy. I wanted to try it since we crossed the border. Peru without a guinea pig is just half of the experience. When we arrived in Lima in the evening, I decided spontaneously today is the day. When Peru is Southamerica’s food heaven, Lima […]

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#day266 – purple corn ice cream

No joke, they eat ice cream made out of corn here in Peru. Not the corn we know though. It’s a special kind of corn, which grows mainly in Southamerica. Chica Morada. Or Maíz Morada. It could be the next hipster superfood. It’s not only the name, that makes it fancy. The corn is purple. […]

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#day259 – inca gold waffles

Back in Cusco and I’m still sick. I have decided to eat only dry stuff for a couple of days. Cookies, bread and bananas. I hope it accelerates my healing process. I found the best food in the supermarket therefore. Lucuma waffles. Lucuma is a superfood, a fruit, which I know from Chile. It’s also […]

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