Macau’s historical center is a UNESCO world heritage site. It’s basically very Portuguese. The ruins in the picture are of a church that was dedicated to Mary, only the southern facade stands and gives it quite a fantasy-like look. Interestingly, the facade was decorated by Japanese Christians in exile during … more »
The saddest pastry shop on Earth
Cuba is a land of shortages, that is no secret. We were walking around La Habana, when we came across this pastry shop and noticed the almost empty counter. Let’s just say that a first world problem like “OMG, I don’t know which one to choose!” does NOT apply here. … more »
Super sweet Mexico!
Foodies rejoice! It’s official! Mexico loves sweet bread. Walk into a supermarket in any city in Mexico and you’ll see the widest array of sweet breads and pastries than ever seen before. You can get bread with sugar, chocolate, various jams, cheeses and much more! Sampling each one of these … more »
Pastries all over Mexico!
I have a feeling Mexican people love pastries and cakes… In the big hypermarkets there is always a HUGE sweets section, that make the bread selection look much tinier. Croissants, danishes, “conchas” (sort of milky bread with sugary icing on top), muffins, cookies… plenty to choose from! And the fun … more »