Foreign Food Guides

Delicious & Diverse Foreign Foods.

“Don’t be afraid of what I eat. Be afraid of what I won’t eat.”

Ten years ago when I first began traveling, I was a very picky eater. Couldn’t even have different types of food touching on the same plate. Nowadays I eat basically anything, although I prefer food that has been cooked first — or at the very least dead and motionless. Eating something that is still alive is a very…..weird feeling.

The HoliDaze Foreign Food Guides

What To Eat & Where To Eat It

5 Fun Things To Do In Fukuoka, Japan

If you’re a tourist looking to experience both the age-old and modern parts of Japanese culture, then there’s no better place to explore than Fukuoka. Being the closest major Japanese…

Top 5 Summer Festivals in Canada

Canada has a lot to offer when it comes to festivals, especially in the summer. Not only does the country offer many public festivals with free admission, but they also…

The Miracle of Crabbing

Have you ever fished at the mouth of a river, where fresh water meets the salty sea? Imagine dropping a crab pot filled with raw chicken into the depths of…