Eat Street Food Street food comes in a variety of flavors, sizes, and colors.My “sweetest” street food memory is of India’s fresh, piping hot jalebis.We came across a man deep-frying these delectable sweets at a makeshift stall on the side of the road as I and a friend were walking through the narrow back streets of a small town in the Indian Himalayas. It was a brisk early morning and we were walking through the cold air.Jalebis, which are fried in a flour batter and soaked in sugar syrup or honey, are a close relative of the donut. They are delicious.
On a gray day, the iconic Sydney Harbor Bridge with its green trees and city line.

SYDNEY HARBOR BRIDGE, AN ICON (PHOTO CREDIT:11. SARHA KINGDOMThe Grand Canyon, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the Eiffel Tower are just a few of the world’s most famous landmarks that you should include on your travel bucket list.The Sydney Harbour Bridge is it for me.I didn’t know what “the bridge” was growing up in Sydney, even though I must have crossed it a thousand times without thinking about it.Climbing to the top, on the other hand, is what makes you appreciate it!You climb 1,332 steps in a camouflage climbing suit to reach the top, burning 504 calories in the process. Your knees are shaking.You will be rewarded with breathtaking city views once you reach the top.Watching the bustling metropolis come to life far below is especially magical at dawn.