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Jason Mullin
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Chef. Traveller. Writer. Living out of my backpack working in restaurants when necessary, learning everywhere.
Chef. Traveller. Writer. Living out of my backpack working in restaurants when necessary, learning everywhere.

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This was an area I knew absolutely nothing about before arriving. No expectations. No requirements. Just taking in what came my way. Have you ever been to the Western Visayas?

The Western Visayas is primarily known as the hopping off point to Boracay. That island of squeaking white sand, indulgence and sin. This however, was an island I knew nothing about. Luckily, I had a good friend, Melasel, I’d grown to know on Panglao who…

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A case that I think would never get an unanimous jury. If you've had both, you'll see why. If not, make sure you indulge yourself. Let me know your thoughts, if you can decide on a winner!

A battle of gods. Zeus vs. the Titans. Ra vs. Apep. Rocky vs. Apollo. Well, I think the point is made. This is a battle of absolute epic proportions with no distinctive champion in my opinion. If you don’t know what these two things are, I’m sorry! Two of…

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For anyone interested in caving, this is a great tour to a UNESCO site and the second longest underground river in the world.

When most people think of Palawan, Coron and El Nido are what comes to mind and with good reason. They are absolutely stunning locations for snorkeling, diving, kayaking and just lounging on the beach. A second thought to most people if time permits is…

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New Blog Post - Sisig is my go to dish in the #Philippines. #foodblogger #foodie #travel

Most countries I travel to, I usually have some idea about the food I’m going to encounter. Arriving in the Philippines, it was a bit of a blank slate for me with only a couple gaps filled in. Other than adobo and balut each dish was foreign. Knowing it…

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#food #tour of the #Chinatown district of #Manila with Old Manila Walks. #foodblogger #travel

Third time’s a charm or at least that’s how the saying goes and this time it proved true. After my first jaunt around the Philippines in early 2016 and Manila being the main port of call I found myself here a couple times. Both though with failed attempts…

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Thank you very much to Debbie at Plaindebbie for nominating me for the One Lovely Blog Award. She has an awesome blog with posts on Travel, delicious inspirational pictures of Healthy Eating and Beauty tips for anyone who needs them. Definitely check out…

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My personal #guide to how I spent my time around #Ubud #travel #Bali #travelblogger #Indonesia

Is it just an island from the fantasies of many, perceived as an illustrious jewel of unimaginable beauty? A place of legend, where myths are then born, held dear in the minds of men. A litter strewn has-been paradise sorrowed by the destructiveness of…

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New blog post: Cooking classes in #Bali #Indonesia #foodie #foodblogger #travel #travelblogger

Just about every country and culture I am introduced to, I always try discovering them through their cuisine. While exploring markets, local hotspots and trying new morsels around every corner are great ways to do this, taking a cooking class is the icing…

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Indonesia’s archipelago country of 18,110 islands can be surprisingly diverse from place to place. While similarities exist between them, the cuisine runs by the same guidelines. Based on what is best locally, dishes may have the same name yet the…

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Thanks to a good mate of mine, the option of Myanmar was presented to me back in 2015 and in turn opened up a whole new chapter in the different cuisines of the world. If you're in Nyuangshew I highly suggest looking up Myo Myo's Cooking Class, but ultimately just dive into a class wherever you find it!

Myanmar as a whole was a spontaneous trip for me back in 2015 and as always, I knew I wanted to take a cooking class. It’s one method I always use to gain a better grasp of the food when introducing myself to an unknown country, culture and cuisine and…
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