Posts tagged with food:
Sharing a meal with Couchsurfers is a great way to share your life!
Adventurous Couchsurfers stay curious by trying exotic foods!
Thomas Angie NezNez ate bamboo snake soup in Hanoi, Vietnam:
Yana Klimova had lamb brains! "Yummy!":
Norbert Szilagyi doesn’t remember the name of the pie, but knows that hyva ruokahaluva for bon appétit in Finnish:
Anne KA ate Malaysian food:
Anne KA also tried mink whale in Iceland:
Andrée-Anne Gauthier has discovered new foods in their own country! “You don’t have to cross the world to try something new!” Poutine rapé in New Brunswick, Canada:
Stine Grete Asak dined on chicken feet in Hong Kong:
Heidi Rintahaka shares Mämmi (Finnish easter pudding made of rye and malt) with her surfers. “I haven’t tasted anything really weird when travelling but Mämmi seems to be something that my guests barely can eat!”
Every Sunday in the smallest refugee camp in Bethlehem, Echlas opens up her home to Couchsurfers from all over the world. Guests learn how to cook traditional Palestinian food, as well as meet other Palestinian women and learn about their culture. And of course, everyone will get to feast on their delicious creations afterwards!
Is there anything better than a good meal with a Couchsurfer? Learning to cook a new dish or sharing a meal even if you don’t share a language can be one of the most rewarding travel experiences.
Check out these four photos below and the meals they shared with other Couchsurfers! Want to see your photo featured here? Follow us on Instagram and tag your photo with #CSshareyourmeal
'Bakso kosong' homemade meat ball soup. The famous Java food.
~ via bobdagreat69
Tacos made from scratch made by real Mexicans for a Couchsurfing group dinner comprised of German, American, British, Welsh, and Chinese people in Berlin.
~ via wanderlusttour
Picture from yesterday! We made dinner and fruit salad with our amazing host Roland. Thanks for showing is the city of Hamburg and making us feel like home!
~ via goshh12
I think my couch surfer is enjoying the American food.
~ via planetstandby
Lucy and I in 2008
It’s 7am, and I Lucy and I are chatting away as usual.
We’ve kept in touch ever since that first visit. On my way to India from Bali this past December, she invited me to come and visit her again in Thailand.
"Oh Doris you’re so close, just come and visit!"
So I did.
It was the first time I had ever revisited the same country and revisited a friend. This was six months ago and I’m still in Thailand and I’m still at Lucy’s.
Lucy and I today
Lucy is now 74 and has hosted over 200 Couchsurfers. She is absolutely amazing. We’ve shared life stories and eaten many meals together. We’ve spent birthdays and holidays together. We’ve gone for walks and over time have really blossomed.
I’m so grateful to her and her invitation. Thanks to Lucy I started my blog and self published a vegan and mostly raw recipes into a book Feed Your Bliss. I’ve inspired her in the kichen and she’s inspired me to stay committed to writing and travel.
Thank you Couchsurfing for being the catalyst to many of my heart warming, potent journey connections.