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Poke, raw marinated cubes of fish, is one of my favorites foods in the world, and they make it very well at Hawaii's Kahuku Superette.

Here's the video: http://youtu.be/DIvn7n7cIeQ

#Hawaii   #food   #poke  
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Oh yes. One of my favorites. I'm in Hawaii now and have eaten it three time already!
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Have you ever wondered how to make #money  while traveling and #blogging ? In my latest article, I share with you the ways that I earn a living from wherever I am...
If you're looking for how to make money while traveling the world and blogging, here's how I do it, and how I think you can too.
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If you love to eat, check out the brand new "Ultimate food lovers guide to #Ethiopian  food!"
Things you need to know about Ethiopian food, so you can begin to feast on the best dishes Ethiopia has to offer.
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When I was in Addis Ababa #Ethiopia , Kategna restaurant was one of the best places I ate at.

Their "doro wat" is outstanding!
Kategna restaurant is one of the best Ethiopian restaurants in Addis Ababa. Their menu is full of delicious things to eat!
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Chole bhature - one of the most common and tasty Delhi street foods!
 
When I was in Delhi, India, one of my favorite things to eat was a dish known as Chole Bhature (छोले भटूरे).

This mouthwatering chickpeas stew is served with a bhature, a puffy deep fried bread.

Here's the full videos from Sita Ram Diwan Chand, and incredible place to eat chole bhature in Delhi!

#India   #Delhi   #streetfood   #IndianFood   #cholebhature  
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Discover what to do, where to stay, and especially the delicious food to eat in this Kuala Lumpur travel guide for food lovers.
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A Mexican #torta  is one of the most amazing sandwiches ever. Have you had one before!?
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Mukhy’s grilled tandoori chicken and sauces you can’t resist!

#food   #travel   #chicken   #Zanzibar  
Mukhy's Cafe is a wonderful little Stone Town street food restaurant that served excellent tandoori grilled chicken.
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DeFalco’s – The #Italian  deli you want in your neighborhood.

Here's the full article -> http://migrationology.com/2014/01/defalcos-italian-deli-scottsdale/

#Scottsdale   #Arizona   #food   #travel   
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Gomen be siga - Ethiopian beef and greens!

#Ethiopia   #food   #travel  
Gomen be siga is an Ethiopian dish of beef and collard greens. It's one of the many excellent Ethiopian foods to eat!
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When I was in Delhi, India, one of my favorite things to eat was a dish known as Chole Bhature (छोले भटूरे).

This mouthwatering chickpeas stew is served with a bhature, a puffy deep fried bread.

Here's the full videos from Sita Ram Diwan Chand, and incredible place to eat chole bhature in Delhi!

#India   #Delhi   #streetfood   #IndianFood   #cholebhature  
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I grew up traveling the world with my family. I returned to the United States to attend university. After graduating, I decided to continue with what I love: traveling the world, learning about other cultures, and eating local food.

As a long-term traveler, I don’t make lots of cash, but I have discovered ways to make enough money to live overseas and do what I’m most passionate about!

Hey I’m Mark, and Welcome to My Migration!

Here’s just a bit about me.

I was born in Phoenix, Arizona, attended my first year of school in the tiny town of Albertville, France, was home-schooled for 3 years in the jungle of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and attended a Christian international school in Nairobi, Kenya for 8 years.

I graduated from Arizona State University in 2008 with a degree in Global Studies with an emphasis on international art and culture.

I got my degree in just 4 years, with zero debt, and an eagerness to see more of this awesome world.

I also love to eat, play football (soccer), hike, write, and attempt to to be a photographer.

I set out in 2008 and I’ve been able find a sustainable approach to living out this lifestyle!