A steaming, coal coloured cauldron sits in front of me. Swirling steam suffocates the dark room with its heat, a stark contrast to the shivering cold outside. It almost feels like it’s burning the atmosphere around it, crisping the air. It draws me in, guiding me into its warmth. Leaning over, I can see myself
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Best known for its junk food, Belgium is the home to beer, waffles and chocolate (amongst a long list of other tasty food). When I went to Ghent last month, I let my sweet-tooth guide me across the city in search of a few sweet treats that I could snack on during my time there.
“It feels like your popping a blister in your mouth.” I splutter on my drink, a choked laugh escaping me. “Blister?” “Yeah, ‘cause of the texture of the bubbles.” my friend smiles at me, eyeing up her Bubble Tea. I’d shown her the Taiwanese drink after I’d found Twist (a small café on New Street),