Hi everyone, I'm Jonathan, nomadic ambler, airport navigator, and most importantly, ravenous eater. Hope you are all healthy and safe out there.
Early in my travel days, my goal wasn't to check off countries, but to use as many metro systems and airports as possible. In addition to food, architecture, and studying foreign languages, I've got a thing for travel infrastructure (e.g. the Moscow metro is priceless).
After having lived in Tokyo, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Jakarta, and Jeddah, and traveled enough to have visited two places called Mecca, I decided (in late May 2021) it was time to start FindingFoodFluency.com, a site devoted to sharing my passion for gastronomy tourism. Though I'm bootstrapping at the moment, once certain parts of the world open up, I will be able to greatly expand the ambit of food news, videos, travel podcasts, photos, and other culinary content.
With that deluge of information having been spilled, I hope to meet some of you soon!
Jonathan / ジョナサン / 薑内森 / Jonatán
Pandanus juice and swordfish jerky in the Marshall Islands
I can do the travel thing easily in English/Spanish/Japanese/Chinese/Indonesian-speaking places, plus menus in Arabic, Russian, and Korean.
What languages do you speak? 1 year ago
Hmm, I guess random could imply spontaneity? If so, I'd consider the Savitsky Museum and the Desert of Forbidden Art in Nukus, Uzbekistan, a bowling alley in Pyongyang, and the Pakistan Air Force Museum in Karachi for starters. Oh, and New Harmony, ... show more
What's the most random place you've visited? 1 year ago