Archive | Food & Drink


Your Foodie Tour Of California

  If you’re a food lover, you’ve probably considered a handful of location for your next delicious tour of flavours. Italy and France come to mind, especially if you want to taste authentic spaghetti alla bolognese, or if you are in need of a true, rich Bordeaux wine. In fact, if you’re a foodie, it’s […]

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7 Days In Sicily: Must See

  I recently talked about a beautiful Italian Island in another post, and today I would like you to discover another incredible place in Italy: Sicily. Most of you may know this Island because of mafia-related movies and other not-so-flattering stories, but Sicily is an enchanting and peaceful island, perfect for relaxing with family or friends. […]

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The Do’s And Don’ts Of Wine Tasting

  If you’re new to the world of wine tasting, you’re in for a treat. It’s an extremely sociable activity where you can meet like-minded people, learn new skills and discovering what you like and dislike. It also gives you an ideal opportunity to try before you buy and save you from wasting your money […]

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FlightHub’s Guide To Ethical Travel: It’s Easier Than You Think!

  You’ve spent months preparing, saving and planning for your trip abroad. You’ve searched up hotels, excursions, currency and even projected weather forecasts to make sure your trip is the best it could be. But while you’re planning, FlightHub suggests taking a moment and reflecting on the potential foot-print our trip will leave, and opt […]

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4 of Europe’s Best Christmas Markets

  If you’re looking to really embrace the holiday spirit this Christmas, there’s no better way to get your festive fix than by visiting one of the many excellent Christmas markets on offer around Europe in November and December. With many destinations easily accessible through low-cost airlines, economical train offers and inexpensive river cruises, it […]

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Around The World In 31 Coffees

When I get to a new country one of the first things I like to do is sample the local coffee (whilst Gaz picks up a bottle of the local beer, of course!) From Vietnamese coffee made with condensed milk to Arabica coffee in Honduras (which recently surpassed Guatemala as the largest Central American coffee […]

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