I can’t write about travel without including a post about Portuguese cuisine. First and for most, is the infamous Pastie de Nata, sometimes called Portuguese tarts. Even though this was the first time I was in Portugal, I was extremely familiar with Pastie de Nata. I practically grew up eating this. Due to Portuguese occupation of Macau, Portuguese cuisine were spread through Southern China. So it was very easy to find Portuguese tarts from where I came from.