Der er ikke noget bedre end at finde en cool Instagram-profil, som man bare slet ikke kan få øjnene fra! Den unge mad- og rejse-blogger, Melissa Hie, står bag den meganice Instagram-profil @girleatworld. Profilen er fyldt med fantastiske billeder af den mest lækre mad, som hun spiser forskellige eksotiske steder.

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Ifølge Melissas blog rejste hun ofte rundt med sin familie, da hun var yngre, men hun var ikke særligt vild med at rejse. Det ændrede sig dog i 2009, hvor hun flyttede til Singapore alene, lærte at tale sproget og fik en masse nye venner.

I 2013 rejste hun helt alene rundt i Europa, og det var her, hun fik idéen til at oprette Instagram-profilen @girleatworld.

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- Jeg havde ikke lyst til at bede fremmede mennesker om at tage billeder af mig, og jeg er ikke så vild med selfies. Men jeg spiser altid, så jeg tog billeder af mad alle de mindeværdige steder, jeg var, har Melissa skrevet på sin blog.

- Så lagde jeg billederne op på min egen Facebook-profil, og eftersom jeg fik en masse positiv respons fra mine venner, blev jeg ved med for sjov at tage billeder i hver en by, jeg besøgte.

Se nogle af hendes lækre Instagram-billeder herunder: 

Hanami dango amidst sakura blooms in Arashiyama, Kyoto. There are Sakura everywhere in Japan right now! I have always wanted to eat Hanami Dango myself and finally got the chance to do so yesterday. This rice cake snack is so important to japanese culture that there is even an emoji for it -> It's sakura season right now in Japan, which marks the beginning of Spring. Since sakura season only lasts about a month (usually April), it became an important tradition to go to the nearest park with picnic mats and some packed food for sakura viewing - also known as Hanami. Hanami means "watching flowers" (hana = flowers; mi = eyes / to watch) and Dango means "dumplings / rice cake". Japanese eats dango as snack all-year round, but this variation with pink, white and green is traditionally eaten during Hanami season. The pink color comes from azuki (red bean) and the green is from green tea #RealLifeEmoji #EmojiIRL #EmojisInTheWild #ShotOniPhone6s

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The cuuuutest handmade cat donut from Floresta Nature Donuts @floresta_nature_doughnuts at Shin Kyogoku Market in Kyoto. These are called Doubutsu Donut or "Animal Donut". I have wanted one since I saw them on instagram awhile back! These animal donuts became a sensation about 4 years ago, created by Floresta in Nara. Due to the massive success of the animal donuts, they now have branches all over Kansai region (Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, etc)! There are many different animal designs, but this cat donut is one of their original designs. The donuts are all cake-based and the ears are made of almonds. So adorable! Special thanks to my friend @soulstruck for the tips ! @op.118 and I practically ran to find these donuts when you told us there is one near Nishiki Market! #ShotOniPhone6s #ShotOniPhone6sPlus #toocutetoeat #floresta # #donutscookiesandcream #eeeeeats #buzzfeedfood

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Herunder kan du se mad, der giver mange likes på Instagram. 

Mad der giver mange likes på Instagram!