TDG #018: The Guatemalan Hangover Cure
One of the best damn hangover cures around.
In Bogotá, Prudencia makes its own rules
On a peckish, food-driven walk through the La Candelaria neighborhood in Bogotá, I came across two tall, sturdy wooden doors. The type of doors that are asking for a knock. So I did. When the doors of Prudencia opened, the staff greeted us and asked if we had a reservation.
TDG #017: Death by Francesinha
The best thing to do in Porto is to walk. Though I think the best thing to do in most cities is to walk. But Porto is one of those cities exceptionally well equipped for bipedal meandering. And I do mean just walk. Walk aimlessly, without intention, sans agenda, absent
City Guide: Porto [Updated: 2023]
A field guide on where to eat and drink around Porto, Portugal.
TDG #016: A Photo Walk through San Cristóbal de las Casas
Welcome to another edition of The Daily Grog newsletter. We're taking a photo walk through San Cristóbal de las Casas this week. Typically I'd start with a few establishing pictures of the city and attempt to weave a narrative through the imagery. But this time around, I think two images
TDG #015: A conversation with Prudencia in Bogotá
Hey folks, This is Skylar and The Daily Grog newsletter. Last week I was out sick again. But this week, I have something special for you. During my trip to Colombia last summer, I got to talk to Mario and Meghan, chefs and owners of Prudencia restaurant in Bogotá. Prudencia
TDG #014: Catching Up
Hey friends, This is Skylar, the same person screaming at you over the interwebs about Albania for the last four weeks now. But alas, this week is not about Albania. Instead, let's catch up a bit. After a month in Albania, Steph and I headed to Mexico in search of
TDG #013: Blood Feuds and Mountains
Friends – While we were in Albania, one of the stops was down south in a town called Gjirokastër. It's a beautifully well-preserved town with a rich history and culture unique to the area. One of the highlights of the trip was getting to do some off-roading. I contacted a company
TDG #012: The Albanian Kafe
The room is cast in a blue-gray hazy from the cigarette smoke. A couple of old couches and a few cheap tables are scattered throughout. A handful of people are gathered around the small cast iron wood-burning stove in the middle of the room. Behind the small bar, a lady