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Hey friends! it's been a while... I haven't traveled much after my trip to the USA. Here I am in Denmark in the Summer, great time to explore this beautiful city and country.

I keep going to places that Mark Wiens has visited; so I decided to try out a typical Danish Hot-Dog at "John's Hot Dog Deli". They are great here, kind and friendly, honestly this video doesn't make them justice but I decided to post this anyway since I haven't updated my channel in a while. I will start posting regularly again pretty soon. Thank you for watching.

Quick note: This is at the Copenhagen Central Station, in front of the "Tivoli", you can't miss it. The food is/was excellent. Here I decide to stop the camera right before eating because these Hot Dogs are so STACKED that you have to put all your focus on eating it (with two hands) in order not to make a mess!

It is REALLY hard to eat these without making a huge mess! They are filled with toppings like a Mountain (very fitting, since I have the "Mountain" of the Amusement Park right behind me, he he)

This would be Part 2 of my visit to John's Hot Dog Deli. I couldn't resist, I HAD to order a second one, especially since the first one was so delicious. In both these videos I am kinda tired AND hungry (hangry as they say, lol) so I apologize if I don't look too enthusiastic for the camera. More Videos to come, soon!
Thank you for watching.

Quick Note: Definitely don't miss this place, both guys were very nice, especially the younger guy. I will come back when I am more rested and with a better camera (this was recorded w/ my smartphone) to really capture the atmosphere here. You can also check out Mark Wiens Denmark Series, which is where I found out about this place.

Hey, since we are all being told to not go out, I figured I would share my daily exercise routine with you!

All you need is you body weight, and a towel (even the towel *could* be skipped, although it is not recommended imho).

This is, as you can tell, mostly focused on the upper body (arms, shoulder and abdomen section) and this is a maintenance exercise mostly, to avoid and mitigate any sort of neck/back pain. Everyday I like to walk/hike so that is what I do as my "Leg-day" routine, in case you are wondering.

They say that one of the keys for a healthy back and neck is to work on your CORE muscles. This has certainly worked for me, and it will also give you a nice "Six-pack" and some moderate "Pec" muscles.

I do this everyday, at least 2 times during the day (sometimes 1 in the morning, 1 in the evening. Or back-to-back depending on my shedule). Sometimes I do it even more, it's up to you!

The beauty of this routine is that it is easy to memorize, it can be done almost everywhere with just a towel, AND you can do it approximately all in just 10 minutes! this video is a little bit longer than that because of the short introduction and "outro" commentary. Also (and this is going to sound like an excuse) having to narrate made me a little bit more exhausted than usual, I am aware that my form is not the best. This is just for informative purposes, I bet that you can do this much better than me. You know that it is working when you feel the muscles burning, he he.

Disclaimer: I am NOT responsible, or liable in any way, shape or form about your health while doing this. You do this at your own risk. I am not a doctor or health expert, and you always should exercise caution while doing this kind of activities. Breathing is also a huge part of this, if you breathe in and out properly you will have better form while doing this!

I encourage anybody watching this, to record and post their exercise routine(s) or even this one for people like me who are looking to be and stay healthy during this #Quarantine period. I am also considering making and posting a video of some stretching exercises, which are difficult for me and I honestly hate the pain they bring LOL, but do provide great benefits for our bodies.

Thank you for watching. If you liked this, give it a thumbs up!

Quick highlight: Here I order 1/2 pound of each of the cuts of meat that "Little Miss BBQ" has to offer.

- Pork ribs
- Sausages
- Pulled pork
- Brisket
- Pulled Beef
- and finally... 'cuz I couldn't resist myself a nice homemade Pecan Pie. Yum!

Definitely A LOT of food for one person, good thing that I had been fasting the whole day before that, well, and that I eat like a maniac (despite my size). In the end, I was able to eat everything except one of the sausages, I hate not having been able to eat it all. 90% of the order was dealt with though, for which I feel proud.

Cheers!

This video was recorded a couple of days ago. Unfortunately, due to the global situation right now, "Little Miss BBQ" has been forced to close down for a couple of weeks. Without even planning it, I went there one morning while I was in Phoenix, Arizona as early as possible in the morning, and just found out, upon arriva, that this would be their last day in operation (for now!), something for which I felt very fortunate; to be able to enjoy their EPIC food and customer service (both are 10/10) made me very happy.
That is also the reason I have a stupid grin on my face throughout the video while talking to Ryan, I did not realize this until I watched the footage today, obviously I did not intend to appear happy about them having to close down, I did in fact clarify this with him, but just wanted to make it clear once more. I did, what as a customer I can do to help them, which is contribute to their business: I now have a T-Shirt from their business, which I proudly ROCK on a regular to continue promoting their brand, then I left a them good tip, and at the end even was allowed to invite the crew for a nice cold beer, which they totally deserved!

In this video, the lovely Ryan, who is a "Brisket Veteran" shows me their smoker, and explains the extensive science behind how they make one of the most delicious pieces of meat that I have ever tried. Once they are back and running, do NOT miss this place, truly a finger-licking good experience and with a team that shows just how involved they are in this project. Also don't miss my other mini-interview with Quentin, the owner! Super nice guy.

Enjoy, if you like this kind of content don't forget to subscribe. More stuff to come

P.S: All the proceeds from this day were donated IN FULL to the staff, AMAZING leadership!

This video was recorded a couple of days ago. Unfortunately, due to the global situation right now, "Little Miss BBQ" has been forced to close down for a couple of weeks. Without even planning it, I went there one morning while I was in Phoenix, Arizona as early as possible in the morning, and just found out, upon arriva, that this would be their last day in operation (for now!), something for which I felt very fortunate; to be able to enjoy their EPIC food and customer service (both are 10/10) made me very happy.
That is also the reason I have a stupid grin on my face throughout the video while talking to Ryan, I did not realize this until I watched the footage today, obviously I did not intend to appear happy about them having to close down, I did in fact clarify this with him, but just wanted to make it clear once more. I did, what as a customer I can do to help them, which is contribute to their business: I now have a T-Shirt from their business, which I proudly ROCK on a regular to continue promoting their brand, then I left a them good tip, and at the end even was allowed to invite the crew for a nice cold beer, which they totally deserved!

In this video, I interview the Quentin (the owner) very briefly. He also got interviewed before that by Fox® 10 Phoenix and other local news channel(s) which is why I did not want to take up more of his time. This interview just happened organically, I was chatting with him and since I wanted to ask a few basic questions from their business I figured, hey, I should record this so people can see!

Enjoy, if you like this kind of content don't forget to subscribe. More stuff to come

P.S: All the proceeds from this day were donated IN FULL to the staff, AMAZING leadership!

This is part 1 - I stopped at a "Quiktrip" gas station to eat all this delicious food, since only take-out was an option.

I am grateful about the fact that I was able to sit there for a little while (I DID buy something there before and after sitting there) and that the girl at the kitchen gave some gloves, otherwise this would have been a MESS!

Check out part 2 after this video, where I try the Pecan Pie!

This is part 2 - I stopped at a "Quiktrip" gas station to eat all this delicious food, since only take-out was an option. I try the delicious homemade Pecan Pie. So good!

I am grateful about the fact that I was able to sit there for a little while (I DID buy something there before and after sitting there) and that the girl at the kitchen gave some gloves, otherwise this would have been a MESS!

Note: Sorry about the abrupt ending, the battery on my camera died. Allthough after that I was essentially done. The ONLY thing left was one Sausage. I was about to explode!

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Wagyu Beef at the Haneda Airport in Tokyo Japan, officially my last meal before leaving this beautiful country; seems fitting. Honestly, I bought this last-minute snack mostly because I had some Japanese Yen left and did not want to carry them around to my next destination. I saw this food stall, which offered Yakisoba noodles and Beef skewers (some other things as well but mostly those two) and decided to give Wagyu Beef a taste-test before hopping onto the plane.

The price of this item was ¥1,350

This was after the security check point at Haneda so unless you have to catch a flight there it's going to be hard for you to visit this place.

One of the fanciest Airports I've been to. Nothing too extravagant really, but a lot of high-end boutiques and a nice selection at the Duty Free area. As is typical in Japan, everything was clean and convenient, they even had some very comfortable "couches" where you could lay and charge your devices!

Enjoy

After my meal at "Ichiran" I decided to walk through the shopping area in Asakusa and ended up at an Owl-cafe. I had heard about them but never been in front of one; the girl at the entrance was giving out flyers so I took the opportunity to quickly record this majestic animal, its feathers were so darn perfect that at first I thought it was a fake owl!

Also I walked into a random shop that sells japanese snacks and candy and bought some japanese Kit-Kats.

Enjoy!

This is Part 1 - In this video I document my visit to Ichiran Ramen in Tokyo; a famous chain that has many branches throughout the country. The Ramen is/was really really good! Savory, filled with ingredients and a nice & warm broth. Noodles were thin, you can actually choose if you like 'em firm, medium or soggy. You can also choose what level of spicyness you want, toppings and the broth intensity. I really do like that!

I'm not gonna lie, this is probably THE best Ramen I have ever had in my life. Do not miss this place!

I came by foot (this is the asakusa branch). It is quite central and easy to locate, also remember, there are many branches.

Cheers

This is Part 2 - In this video I document my visit to Ichiran Ramen in Tokyo; a famous chain that has many branches throughout the country. The Ramen is/was really really good! Savory, filled with ingredients and a nice & warm broth. Noodles were thin, you can actually choose if you like 'em firm, medium or soggy. You can also choose what level of spicyness you want, toppings and the broth intensity. I really do like that!

I'm not gonna lie, this is probably THE best Ramen I have ever had in my life. Do not miss this place!

I came by foot (this is the asakusa branch). It is quite central and easy to locate, also remember, there are many branches.

Cheers

In this VLOG I walk on the world-famous Shibuya Crossing. The busiest crosswalk in the world. Lot of people and I would say a solid 50% are other tourists like me who just want to experience this, it's a once in a lifetime experience.

Correction @ 13:15 I say: "McDonalds Shinjuku", what I really meant to say was " McDonalds Shibuya".

Enjoy!

P.S: I'm not going to India Lol. That was the plan but yeah, no.

After going to the banks of the Meguro River, I bought some food at a supermarket. Sadly I did not get to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom, which is the reason why I went here in the first place.

I bought some snacks, sandwiches, and a tray of sushi.

Enjoy!

This is Part 2 - After going to the banks of the Meguro River, I bought some food at a supermarket. Sadly I did not get to see the cherry blossoms in full bloom, which is the reason why I went here in the first place.

I bought some snacks, sandwiches, and a tray of sushi.

Enjoy!

Tomita Ramen is (according to the masses) the BEST Ramen in Japan, and therefore I guess the best ramen in the WORLD. It is so popular, that you have to get there at about 7am IF you want to get a seat, allthough they open at 11:00. There are people lining up even before that. I went the day before this video and was told to come the next day at 7:00, so I did. Just to see what all the fuzz was about!

One important distinction, is that this is is not your typical ramen but a dipping-ramen, so called "chuko-soba" Ramen. You are not supposed to dump the bowl of noodles into the broth (not sure if it would fit).

There is a machine from where you order, and you can buy extra toppings, which I did (all this at 7am), then they will write on your ticket the time at which you are supposed to come back.

It is a very small place, only 10 people per "session" and the chef is a very stoic guy. Honestly I felt like Beatrix Kiddo asking for my katana to be made, LOL! the whole process is very stereotypically japanese (orderly, neat, precise) and trust me, they will not give you an inch for being a foreigner. If you come like me (the day before) at 12:00 they will barely open the door for you. Someone comes out and tells you quickly and concisely that you need to come back THE NEXT day at 7am, no ifs or buts. It doesn't matter if you are Elon Musk! They did make an effort to communicate in english, but be aware, the communication here is very basic and to-the-point. If you want to give props to the chef, or whatever, learn some japanese. I honestly kinda respect their vibe. They know how popular and sought-after they are.

My order was 2,300¥ approximately, and as you can see in the video, it includes egg, braised pork, and a couple of other lean-meat cuts. Good stuff! The noodles are really thick.

To find this place: Catch a train to "Matsudo" station (Joban Line) from Ueno Station or Nippori Station. Once you arrive, exit the train station and you will encounter a shopping area, there is a starbucks, walk past it, go down the stairs and then just walk about 2 minutes straight. On your right side you will encounter a business building (1 minute after the convenience store) and in that corner is Tomita Ramen. They have a logo with a carp fish on the window. Bamboo blinders closed.

Enjoy!

Just a little video I shot secretly while walking through the slot machines at Akiba Island. Judge for yourself.

Enjoy

This is a video of the crazy gambling/slot machine scene going on in Akihabara every day. This atmosphere is unlike anything I have ever seen before; clouds of cigarette smoke, very loud music and noises coming from the machines. The place is most commonly known as "Pachinko&Slot" but you are not supposed to record in there.

There is actually a long long line every morning from 8:30 am or so, full of people waiting to enter (the place opens at 11:00).

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This is the second skewer in this food stall that I bought, that's how good they were. It actually contains a lot more things than squid, I just csn't remember now. Also it had some red ginger in it, really yummy!

After a little stroll I bought a black sesame Ice Cream for dessert at another stall. Really good as well.

Cheers

Here I am at the famous Tsukiji Market in Tokyo, Japan. There are so so many different places and options on what to eat that I honestly had a hard time deciding. In the end, I chose this place which was not only really cozy and warm, but the food was spectacular and the chef is a really kind & friendly gentleman. Thank you!

I ordered a so called "Maguro Mix" which is a little assortment of different cuts of tuna and in a nigiri sushi style (sushi that is not rolled in seaweed).

To find this place: Go to Tsukiji (there is a subway station called "Tsukiji" on the Hibiya Line) and this place is very close to the food court building. It is on a corner, and you will recognize it because it is sort of in a tent.

Note: I have the full housing on my GoPro while shooting this video so the audio is kinda bad, sorry for that.

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Saying goodbye to Thailand, shooting a quick panorama of the view you'll get at one of the main exits of the "Central World" complex, one of my favorite, if not my favorite shopping mall. Cheers!

Beautiful city. Drinking some tea at Gaysorn Tower (19th Floor)

Part 4 of this massive Seafood feast, I get called "a Superman" by the owner for being able to eat so much, what an honor! - Beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)

Total price - 4,880 Baht

Here I arrive in Hia Boon Seafood, in Thailand. If you are willing to spend some money for a special occasion while you are in Thailand, this would be a good place. Incredibly fresh and delicious seafood and great, quiet atmosphere.

Also I had the honor to quickly visit the kitchen for a demonstration on how they prepare the food. Amazing!

Don't forget to watch parts 2,3... and so on, it gets better

How to get here?:
by Subway (MRT): Phahon Yotin Station, it is about 10 minutes maximum by foot from that station. You can also arrive via BTS Skytrain, I just find it to be more crowded and slow, also it is more expensive that MRT, and on the way back it was more convenient for me because the Subway stops closer to my accommmodation than the BTS.
Also if you type "Hia Boon Seafood" into G. Maps it will give you the exact address and instruction on how to reach the place, very convenient!

Part 1 of my visit to HB Seafood (Hia Boon Seafood) - Beautiful and unique restaurant in the outskirts of Bangkok...

From Mark Wiens Blog/Video: Hia Boon Seafood (ร้านเฮียบูรณ์ซีฟู้ด) is a 1 table Thai seafood restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand. The family run restaurants is originally from Yala province in southern Thailand, but they lived for many years in Trat. Trat has some of the best seafood in Thailand, and when they moved to Bangkok, they wanted to bring top quality organic seafood to Bangkok. At first, the family just distributed seafood and did delivery, but their son Andaman, who is 20 years old, loved to cook. Customers were asking them to open just a single one table restaurant, and so they did. You have to book ahead and order ahead, but you can be guaranteed the seafood is fresh and top quality. It was a fun experience, and delicious seafood.

Dishes that I ordered:

Steamed fish, lime juice (ปลากะพงนึ่งมะนาว)
Shrimp salad (พล่ากุ้ง)
Barracuda, chili salt (ปลาน้ำดอกไม้ผัดพริกเกลือ)
Cuttlefish (หมึกหอมย่าง)
Grilled shrimp (กุ้งลายเสือเผา)
Pickled crab (ปูไข่ดอง)
Shrimp cakes (ทอดมันกุ้ง)
Total price - 4,880 Baht

How to get here?:
by Subway (MRT): Phahon Yotin Station, it is about 10 minutes maximum by foot from that station. You can also arrive via BTS Skytrain, I just find it to be more crowded and slow, also it is more expensive that MRT, and on the way back it was more convenient for me because the Subway stops closer to my accommmodation than the BTS.
Also if you type "Hia Boon Seafood" into G. Maps it will give you the exact address and instruction on how to reach the place, very convenient!

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Just remember "If I CAN (travel, make videos), then YOU can do it, too".

AMATEUR TRAVELER, EATER AND VLOGGER. Currently on the "Migrationology Tour". I'll be posting food-related videos, mostly, and some random vlogs of my trips around the world.

My setup: Hand-luggage, GoPro 3+ Black, and basic smartphone both with a tripod! I also carry an old photo-camera for snapping pictures, which I almost never use. My videos are being uploaded raw at the moment; no cuts, or editing of any kind.

How I create content: I visit cities and places (and restaurants) that I have seen other food-vloggers make videos about, mainly Mark Wiens (Migrationology.com) but not only. I guess I'm doing it in reverse order (i.e The last places that vloggers have visited will be the oldest videos of my channel).

If you do enjoy my adventures, feel free to SUBSCRIBE! As time goes on my videos will become better...
For reference, here are some people whose content I really enjoy, and have influenced me/inspired me to make my own videos:

- bald & bankrupt
- Harald Baldr
- Mark Wiens (AKA Migrationology)
- Paul Joseph Watson (AKA PrisonPlanet)
- Tarl Warwick (AKA Styxhexenhammer666)
- Trevor James (AKA TheFoodRanger)
- Mikey Chen (AKA StrictlyDumpling)
I am also an avid watcher of the Jockopodcast and PowerfulJRE podcast, among others.

Disclaimer: This is a 100% Bitchute-exclusive channel, I do NOT post my videos on any of the big platforms, therefore if you see my videos somewhere other than bitchute, know that they have been uploaded by someone else. In principle, I don't mind about people mirroring my videos, but it should always be giving credit to the creator of the content. I'm contemplating creating a "SubsribeStar" account, and I will get my Gold membership at Bitchute very soon!

In addition: The category of this channel is set as "DIY & Gardening" because in the long term, that is the content I see myself more aligned to.