Kurara (くらら) Restaurant Review – Koenjiminami, Suginami, Tokyo, Japan

Japan is one of those countries where even if you visit it as a pure tourist, you'll still get a lot of valuable experiences due to the fact that the culture permeates everything. Nonetheless, to really get a sense of how everyday Japanese people enjoy some of their evenings out, visiting an izakaya (Japanese pub)... Continue Reading →

A Comprehensive Food Guide to Oahu Hawaii

As a second honeymoon, my wife and I took a trip to the island of Oahu in Hawaii. Considering that it was January, we wanted to go somewhere warm, but that was also a completely different experience for us. After much evaluation we settled on the farthest U.S. state from the Northeast. Neither of us... Continue Reading →

The Proposal – A Day in Paris

This is a milestone post for two reasons. The first is that this is the 100th blog post on Man Fuel (!!!) and the second (although much more important) is that today is the second anniversary of when I started dating my fiance, Sophia. That's right, I said, "fiance." As a doubly special post, this... Continue Reading →

King Richard’s Faire and Food – Carver, MA

Most people from Massachusetts and RI have probably heard of King Richard's Faire. If you haven't heard of it, the quick breakdown is that it's a medieval/Renaissance fair that runs only on weekends for about two months every year in the Fall. At first mention, anyone who has a preconceived notion of a Renaissance fair... Continue Reading →

A Visual Food Tour of Khartoum, Sudan

This post is long overdue, but I wanted to make sure that I captured my trip to Khartoum, Sudan in a way that would do it justice. There is a lot that I've left out considering that I took over 400 pictures while there. That's more impressive than you might think considering that it's "illegal"... Continue Reading →

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