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50+ Local Beer Around the World You Need to Add on Your International Travel Bucket List

Happy International Beer Day!

Wait, do you even know that today is actually International Beer Day? If you don’t, then just know that there’s such a thing like International Beer Day and it’s celebrated around the world… This Friday!

As a beer enthusiast myself, beer is one of the alcoholic drinks that I can’t simply say no whenever I get offered. More especially when I travel overseas.

It’s the only drink with alcohol that makes me feel like I’m a responsible drinker. Anything stronger than beer, and I start rambling about my life problem. God knows why I am like this. LOL.

So today, I’m excited to present to you a piece of collaboration about beer. Together with more than 50 fellow bloggers slash travelers, we would like to share the local beer around the world with you that you can add on your bucket list.

Do you have your local favorite on the list? Go check this out!

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What You Could Get In Prague For $10 – Pils and Czech-Style Goulash

Hello everyone! 😀

Back to What You Could Get In The City For $10 feature on my blog, and now my question would be… What is the first thing that comes in mind whenever you hear the word Prague? Or, do you even remember the first thing that makes you familiar with the city?

For women my age in Indonesia, I think most of them would agree that the first thing that introduced them to the city is this teenlit novel written by Riheam, Love in Prague.

But for me, I grew up being a football hardcore fan that some Czech footballers like Pavel Nedved, Milan Baros, Jan Koller, and of course Tomasz Rosicky (I’m an Arsenal fan okay?!) kind of introduce me to the country and of course their infamous club Sparta Prague. 🙂

So, thanks to Shawn from Saint Facetious, who will now talk about what you could get with $10 bill in Prague.

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