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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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Top Reasons To Visit Italy in 2015

  Italy is one of Europe’s most popular holiday destinations. However, the bulk of our interest tends to revolve around the capital city of Rome. In fairness, it’s not hard to understand as Rome is a remarkable city steeped in history and culture. Meanwhile, people looking to visit as many countries as possible can also […]

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Best Restaurants In Seminyak

Top Ten Restaurants in Seminyak, Bali

Seminyak is jam packed with fancy restaurants so it can be difficult to choose where to eat. That’s why we’ve compiled our top ten restaurants for lunch and dinner, complete with price guide. Whether you’re after a salad or a plate of ribs, we’ve whittled it down to the very best…

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Roti Shop Canggu

Top Five Places To Eat In Canggu

As soon as we visited Canggu, we fell in love and I’m sure you will too. The views across the lush green rice paddies, long winding beaches and vast blue seas is one of the main perks, but there are many more. From world-class surf to luxury villas, there’s something for every kind of holidaymaker […]

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Searching For Turkey… Christmas Dinner In Bali

As Christmas draws nearer and the realisation that I won’t be at home with my family sets in, I figured there’s one thing that’ll definitely make it feel like Christmas, and that’s Christmas Dinner! A big white bird with all the trimmings, I’m talking roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, broccoli, carrots, cranberry sauce, gravy and of […]

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spicy carrot and cumin soup

Spicy Carrot and Cumin Soup

There comes a time in a travelers life when you get sick of eating out or you simply can’t afford to. We’ve experienced both of these things, the former in Honduras and the latter in Costa Rica, where we are now. So for people out there with limited kitchen facilities, whether it be in a […]

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The Best and Worst of Nicaragua

I think we can safely say, Nicaragua has been one of the best countries either of us have ever been too. With the exchange rate at 23 cordobas to a dollar, which equals around 60p it’s incredibly cheap. A slap up meal (if you can find one) will cost around 3 quid and a taxi […]

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