Warning: this post is not for the eyes of parents, grandparents or teetotalers.
Georgia is regarded by many as the birthplace of wine. It was only right that we visit the vineyards and wineries and have a little taste.
With Phil’s impending trial, we were in danger of losing Betty. In our despair, we turned to Kumys, an alcoholic drink made from fermented mare’s milk.
Having encountered fellow adventurers Fabio and Cynthia in Siberia, we decided on a dangerous game of the King’s Cup… It could only have ended one way.
If Vodka is available everywhere in Russia, the thirsty traveler can also find a huge array of beers as well a plethora of delicious nonetheless dangerous liqueurs known as “Balsaam”.
Here is an introduction to King’s Ginger, a dutch sweet gingery whiskey liqueur that turned out to be a fine travel companion in the Russian wilderness.
After some hectic packing we finally hit the road! We made it to Osaka just in time for drinks with our friends Mariko, Yoko and Juho. Osaka is awesome.
Yoyogi is a huge park in the middle of Tokyo where we use to spend most of our Sundays drinking Captain Morgan. This is also where our adventure began.