mandy's photography

www.thefoodpilgrims.com Two travelling girls, one with passion for photography, the other with passion for writing.
mandy's photography has written 18 posts for The Food Pilgrims

We moved ! Join us on http://thefoodpilgrims.com

Dear friends, We are very glad to let you know that we decided to move to a new location, with the same name, but with a self hosted website. We realized that this way we can be much more creative in the content of our blog and we can share more things with you. If … Continue reading

Find your perfect accommodation worldwide

You are short on the budget but you would like to go on holiday with your family to an amazing place? Stay away from the classic hotels and discover a different way of enjoying your holiday even more. Free accommodation worldwide Do you know you can stay in this place for free?? Seriously… you can! … Continue reading

Orang Asli of Malaysia

Orang Asli of Malaysia– Sons of the soil Orang Asli refers to the indigenous people of peninsular Malaysia who are not Malay muslims- Malaysia’s biggest ethnic group. The Orang Asli ancestors settled on the Malay Peninsula long before the predecessors of contemporary Malays. Nevertheless, many of the statesmen of the country today claim that people … Continue reading

Moroccan Treasures

Discover the treasures of this unique place, traveling from sea to high mountains and desert dunes. Along the way, visit modern cities, historic medinas and villages, Portuguese fishing towns, and ancient archaeological sites. Explore Morocco’s intricate Islamic architecture, the fascinating kasbah, colorful medinas and ancient cities, Roman ancient ruins. Ride a camel, dine in a tapestry-lined Berber tent. Journey through … Continue reading

Pope Benedict XVI leaves the Vatican…

From now on “just a simple pilgrim”……….. Leaving the Vatican City with words full of love, faith and humanity, he becomes the most humble of all the pilgrims. The sound of all Rome church bells filled the air of this magical afternoon….. An example, a lesson and a historical day to be remembered. Una giornata di … Continue reading

Dar El Jeld, in the heart of the Tunis Medina

Dar El Jeld Restaurant, in the heart of the Tunis Medina Under the Almohads and the Hafsids ( berber dinasties), from the 12th to the 16th century, Tunis was considered one of the greatest and wealthiest cities in the Islamic world. Some 700 monuments, including palaces, mosques, mausoleums, madrasas and fountains,concentrated inside the walls of … Continue reading

One month in Paraguay – the next adventure

Coming soon…. Embark with us in a journey to discover the “heart” of South America, Paraguay, a destination off the beaten track with a rich history and culture. 


Welcome to the Heart of Darkness Much has been said and written about the Zaire, the present Democratic Republic of Congo. Nevertheless, pictures showing the beauty of the place are not very often encountered. Below, a gallery of images from mainly the Bas Congo Province( former Bas-Zaire Province). At the time of the independence of … Continue reading

Tarocco – the Sicilian red orange

If one passes by Italy, then must try the most fabulous oranges – the Tarocco oranges, or the Red Oranges of Sicilly from December to February. Outstanding flavor, rich and fragrant, also with the highest vitamin C level of all orange varieties. There’s also an online store, of a local farm that produces them and … Continue reading

Central Market of Kuala Lumpur

Inside the Kuala Lumpur’s 1928 fabulous Central Market, at the first floor on your left, you will discover  a historical place that sells really exquisite SouthEast Asian food. It is  the Precious Old China restaurant & bar. Click on the pictures for the gallery mode.