When it’s cold there’s nothing better than a good hot chocolate. The history of this drink is truly fascinating and allows us to take a tour around the world. The chocolate hot leads to Mexico via Ecuador, the Netherlands and Jamaica countries. If you like chocolate and traveling, do not miss the “hot chocolate route”.
Gastronomy has become an incentive for travelers from all over the world. If you like chocolate (and travel) you will love this tour of the world to discover the origin of hot chocolate.
China is not an easy country to travel. It’s not just because of its size and population density, which are already sufficient reason in itself; but also because of the language barrier, social customs (the Chinese are very yours), cleanliness levels, pollution, public consideration, respect traffic rules, insufficient or inadequate transport networks in some areas, strange foods and so on. During the two years I spent in China I have known lovers and detractors of the great Asian power. I personally suffer a dichotomy love-hate for this country.
The best way out of doubts about China is to go there and live it in first person, but if you have the opportunity or not you decide to do this, read this first. As there are many documents where you can find out about their cultural, monumental or gastronomic delights, besides a thousand tips to have a blast, I’ll give you advice (humorously) about what NOT to do in China ever again.