Andy Arbues

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I Quit My Job To Be A Travel Writer, And Now I'm Broke And Unemployed

You would be hard pressed to open Facebook or Instagram nowadays and not find an article titled something along the lines of 'I quit my job to travel the world'. Usually peppered with colourful pictures of Italian gelato and girls with their arms raised towards a sweeping view, these posts are …

China Eastern Becomes First Chinese Carrier to Launch Global In-Flight Wi-Fi

China Eastern Airlines has become the first Chinese airline to offer high-speed Wi-Fi connections on international flights, through the installation …

Wi-Fi

Travel the World Without Ever Leaving China

The Chinese replica of the Austrian mountain village Hallstatt—also a UNESCO World Heritage Site,— is a residential village located in the province …

8 habits I lost in China

1. Caring about restaurant and bathroom cleanliness.<p>As a child my dad once said to me “if you go to a restaurant and the bathroom isn’t clean, don’t …

Body Language

10 'Dump Recipes' For Slow Cookers That Make Cooking Stupid Easy

Basically, these are the easiest slow cooker recipes in the world.<p>The slow cooker is heralded for making dinner a breeze, but sometimes the recipes are not as easy as they seem. We want slow cooker meals so we don’t have to spend a whole lot of time in the kitchen, so in our minds, recipes that …

Peanut Butter and Jelly Pie: What Dreams are Made Of

Any sort of nostalgic flavor makes for a killer pie, which is what makes this Peanut Butter and Jelly Pie so good.<p>To emulate the whole-wheat bread and graham crackers of my youth, I mix in some graham flour along with the usual all-purpose. The resulting crust is crisp and lightly nutty, and the …

The Most Overpriced Items On The Menu, According To Chefs

By: Matt Meltzer<p><i>Credit: Andrew Zimmer/Thrillist (Edited)</i><p>Spaghetti and meatballs. The wedge salad. A bottle of wine. You don't have to be a well-heeled foodie to know that you're overpaying for certain items on a restaurant's menu -- you just need to have bought groceries. Like once, ever. Truth be …

The Taste of Serendipity

‘‘Genius,’’ E.B. White wrote, ‘‘is more often found in a cracked pot than in a whole one.’’ Judging by how many of my possessions are chipped, broken, worn, bowed and burned, it’s apparent I’ve invested in his odds. It’s not a popular attitude — certainly not in cookbooks, where kitchens often seem …