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Saturday, December 01, 2007

EAT MY GLOBE : UPDATE



Well, as I sit here on my deep, comfortable sofa gnawing on the one thing I crave more than anything else as I trek around the globe, a Mrs King’s Pork Pie, I am turning my attention to the next stages of the journey.

Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, China, Mongolia, Russia, Finland, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina and The USA are now just amazing memories, tastes and photographs. Ahead, I have, I am sure, some even more exciting times.

Tomorrow, I head off to Islay to spend a week making whisky and visiting distilleries. Then, in the next month or so, I have plans to head to Germany, Iceland and France.

After that, the next major journeys which will see me in

Bangkok
Chiang Mai
Kuala Lumpur
Hanoi
Singapore
Manila
Delhi
Mumbai
Goa
Bangalore
Kolkata
Darjeeling
Capetown
Jo’burg
Mozambique
Senegal
Gambia
Morocco
Turkey

Finishing the whole trip in Spain in May next year.

Using the ever reliable Statcounter, I know we have readers in many, if not all of these places. So, if any of you would like to meet up when I am in town or have suggestions of where I can go for some good eating, please do mail me on smaj35@yahoo.co.uk

For those who may be interested, the EAT MY GLOBE book will be published by John Murray in the UK and by The Free Press ( part of Simon & Schuster) in the USA. It will also be available in Germany, France, Canada & Australia with more hopefully to be confirmed

I look forward to meeting some of you along the way

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7 Comments:

Blogger Armin said...

Well then, looking forward to your account from your experiences at Kilchoman. I've heard of quite a few people attending the Bruichladdich Academy, but not yet of Kilchoman.

In case you haven't heard yet, the best food on Islay is probably in the Port Charlotte Hotel. Best option for lunch is probably the Old Kiln cafe at Ardbeg distillery.

Just so you don't go hungry.

Saturday, December 01, 2007 1:55:00 pm  
Blogger Hermano 2 said...

Cheers

I am at Port Charlotte tomorrow, but will definitely be trying The Old Kiln

S

Saturday, December 01, 2007 2:41:00 pm  
Blogger Tana Butler said...

Great drawing: who did it? Especially for you, or something you found?

Sunday, December 02, 2007 8:42:00 pm  
Anonymous Bapi said...

Mmmm, interesting destinations. Looking forward to the Indian part of your trip-but pray tell? Why Darjeeling? I am assuming it's to sample the tea. I ask as that is where my Mother is from.

Cheers

Bapi.

Thursday, December 06, 2007 4:28:00 pm  
Blogger Lex said...

Hey guys, if you ever to drop by Kuala Lumpur, drop me a line. I can bring you to good yummy food and it's cheap! :-)

merry xmas and happy new year !

Wednesday, December 26, 2007 1:20:00 pm  
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You can go to KLCC where there a lot of Malaysian cuisines to choose from.

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