Sri Lankan Food: What You Should Know Before Your Visit

My first trip to Sri Lanka was a revelation in all possible meanings. I knew close to nothing about the country, its history, its people and its food upon arrival. So I had to learn everything the hard way: through unparalleled personal experience.  For example, after taking my first trip to the market in order to…

Boston on a Budget

Exploring a big city while on a budget is quite a challenge. Boston is no exception with tickets to Boston Ballet ranging from $35 to $135, a visit to observatory at $18 and a piece of the original Boston cream pie at $8.56. But, as in any big city, if you spend a little more…

Guide to Boston’s Unique Sweets and Treats

Boston is not only a city of lobster roll and clam chowder it is also a city of unique sweets and treats from all over the world, including Italian cannoli, Mexican chocolate and French-inspired pastries. The problem with being a food and travel blogger is that there’s a limit to how much food, and particularly…

What the Bar From Good Will Hunting Looks Like in Real Life

I first watched Good Will Hunting in Russia, before I could even dream of visiting USA. I loved it. The second time happened only a few days back in my apartment in the heart of New England. I’ve been living in a little New Hampshire town, 40 minutes away from Boston, for over a year….

Behind The Scenes at MAST’ Boston: Making True Neapolitan Pizza

“So I got it right that you are Italian, Marco?” “I am Napoletano!” The start of my conversation with a proud Napoletano, a chef, a pizza lover and a co-owner of MAST’ restaurant in Boston is promising. I described my love to this restaurant and its pizza before. So when I got a chance to take a…