This article has been contributed by First Choice.
Whether it’s the boat noodles in Bangkok, steamed dumplings in Shanghai, or the first time you bite into a warm crepe in Paris, street food often captures the memory of a moment better than any pristine restaurant experience can ever aspire to. A first choice for best street food locations in the world is Mexico City, where ‘antojitos’ are ubiquitous, sold from stalls and marketplaces open in the morning and evening to those hoping to keep hunger at bay with a tasty treat. It’s important to know what to ask for when you head out on a delicious adventure on the streets of this vibrant city; here are some key dishes to help you in the absence of a menu and a maitre d’.
Toronto’s Front Street near Union Station has been dug up for construction for years now causing much inconvenience to motorists and pedestrians alike. The marketing and public relations gurus of Carillion, one of the leading construction companies given the responsibility of “making tomorrow a better place”, couldn’t have come up with a more politically correct “apology” to the people of this city for the grief their construction work has caused them than this:
The most politically correct apology
Exploring Nagaland was like unfolding secret pages of India’s treasure book. It felt like going back ages & watching a live museum in the era of hunting and farming. It was a real discovery of breathtaking and untouched natural beauty, a preview of hidden and unknown Indian traditions, supreme quality of people and their hospitality.
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Can you see Thanamir? Because I can’t! But I have to reach on the top of that Mountain!
It was 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Our driver stopped the car and got down. He went ahead walking. We could not understand what was going on. We were just watching him and he returned after some time and said “Iske aage gadi nahi jaega” (car won’t go any further). That was unexpected. Tsointe had said the car would drop us half a kilometer before Thanamir and villagers would come to help us to carry our luggage. But there was no sign of any village nearby. Roads were deserted. There was deep valley on one side and a huge mountain on the other. Our driver suggested that we can use a short-cut to reach Thanamir. It would supposedly take just one hour to reach Thanamir via this shortcut. We were so angry and at the same time, shocked!