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Andalusian Days(II): Blood, Fat, and Brains in a Traditional White Village

SPAIN | Wed, 15 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [1097]

The white-washed villages of Andalucia, known as the pueblos blancos , can be glimpsed all over the coastline, some upon steep hills, some overlooking the sea. By the rocky peaks of the Sierra Tejeda range that lies between Granada and Malaga, with ... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, cafe, food, meat, spain, traditional, travel, village

Burgers in Osaka

JAPAN | Sat, 7 May 2016 | By kakimono | Views [542]

Although I would never want to be one of those people who goes to a country and only ever eats at McDonalds, I see nothing wrong with occasionally wanting a literal taste of familiarity. In Paris, this took the form of a Friday routine of getting a ... Read more >

Tags: burger, cafe, food, fries, reading

The Corner Bar

ITALY | Mon, 11 May 2015 | By dmonkee80 | Views [266]

The Corner “Bar”   Ducking into an open doorway, a friendly voice shouts out, “boungiorno, bella!” Looking up, I realize the barista, in a clean, crisp, white button up shirt and a black apron is smiling at me from ... Read more >

Tags: cafe, italy, naples

Chocolate for Dinner

MOROCCO | Sat, 5 Jul 2014 | By kakimono | Views [367]

 On Wednesday, we handed in our papers for the Dakar trip. They were due to our two non-Arabic teachers. Our lit professor was delighted when Megan turned hers in and shocked when the rest of us also handed in our papers. Last year, the students ... Read more >

Tags: cafe, food, iftar, midterm, school

Pre-Debate Preparation

MOROCCO | Sat, 21 Jun 2014 | By kakimono | Views [310]

Classes on Thursday went well, though our lit professor spent about half the time talking about the reading we'd done for Wednesday. We only had the one presentation in politics, as was sane. But, before we could start our lunch, a woman from a Moroccan ... Read more >

Tags: cafe, debate, walking

Unofficial Outing

MOROCCO | Wed, 18 Jun 2014 | By kakimono | Views [397]

On Monday, we had more classes. There was some confusion about what we were supposed to read for literature, since we were on week two of the class, but there was one poem left in the “week one” packet, and we hadn't yet finished the story ... Read more >

Tags: arabic, boat, cafe, food, toothpaste

The last two days

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 12 Jun 2013 | By josephuck | Views [669]

Today being Wednesday. On Monday I was up early to cycle into Shkoder to buy a backpack, I didn't want to spent too long in the city because one of the campers, Lukas, whom I had befriended was leaving and I wanted to say bye. The cycle in was much ... Read more >

Tags: albania, bamboo, building, cafe, camping, construction, cycle, fake

Where some have tried, some have failed, but some have made it, and some have bailed.

UNITED KINGDOM | Sun, 9 Jun 2013 | By josephuck | Views [720]

So, I'll try not to make a habit of making a post every day, but bare with me, there are a few good stories hidden within this one!   The day started with a planned cycle to Shkoder and back, which is about 15km. I had the intention of buying ... Read more >

Tags: albania, cafe, danger, lake, market, scutari, shkoder, stallone, sun

Food Tourism, Tapas.

SPAIN | Fri, 9 Mar 2012 | By emily_mcd | Views [1263]

There’s only one thing that I love more than travelling and that’s food. Sampling new flavours and cuisines can be something which really makes a holiday. One of the most iconic and delicious cuisines is Spanish tapas. Tapas are small portions of ... Read more >

Tags: algarve, bar, cafe, spain, tapas

In my Backyard – 5 Must Do Things in Melbourne, Australia

AUSTRALIA | Mon, 29 Aug 2011 | By wildchildhannah | Views [2124] | Comments [1]

In my Backyard – 5 Must Do Things in Melbourne, Australia Melbourne is often hailed as the 'European capital of Australia.' It is also known for its infinate shopping options and the cafe/small bar culture that permeates each cultural hub within the ... Read more >

Tags: #blogyourbackyard, /%23blogyourbackyard, bar, cafe, melbourne, nightlife, sport australia, suburbs, top 5, twitter.com/#!/search

Photos: Back in the USA

USA | Fri, 26 Aug 2011 | By brettcooke | Photo Gallery

Texas to Louisiana
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Tags: bourbon, cafe, french quarter, galveston, louisiana, music, new orleans, street car, texas, voodoo

Le Medina et moi

TUNISIA | Wed, 18 Aug 2010 | By aussiechick_007 | Views [1329]

entrée de journal "La médina de la Tunisie est très grand et il est fascinant. Ses ruelles tortueuses et étroites et des bazars couverts sont entassés avec des ateliers d'artisanat, des peintres, des ouvriers de la métallurgie, des stands ... Read more >

Tags: cafe, culture, exotique, gentillesse, medina, menthe the, perdu, souk

The Not-So-Comprehensive Melbourne Chocolate Café Guide

AUSTRALIA | Sun, 1 Aug 2010 | By kurenai | Views [4542] | Comments [3]

I like chocolate. Melbourne has chocolate cafés. It seemed quite natural to put the two together during my one year stint living down under and see what I could come up with. I admit that I have a penchant for dark, thick, rich chocolate rather ... Read more >

Tags: australia, cafe, chocolate, food, melbourne

Cuzco dwellers

PERU | Tue, 1 Sep 2009 | By phil_and_alex | Views [1289] | Comments [7]

Hello all, Alex again. So its been nearly 2 weeks since I last blogged, but we´ve been in Cuzco the whole time so we haven´t done thaaatt much... Last week, we started our volunteering/spanish regime - out to our rural school from 9-12, home for lunch, ... Read more >

Tags: cafe, ruins, shopping, sick, trivia, volunteering

Nothing New

ARGENTINA | Sat, 14 Mar 2009 | By melissamain | Views [751]

There is nothing new about what I do I think as I sit solo in a corner cafe order cafe-con-leche as big as a bowl and realise I´m surrounded by other solos writing in journals typing on laptops cafe bowls by their side. They are all so intent ... Read more >

Tags: cafe, nothing new, solo

Dia uno: San Jose, Costa Rica!

USA | Sun, 8 Mar 2009 | By jd_trekker | Views [563]

Sunday, 8 March 2009 Left Lyd's early Sunday morning for our flight out of Miami Int'l Airport.  Jumped on a plane.  Read a Kurt Vonnegut novel.  Slept.  Arrived in San Jose.  Met our shuttle driver, Ivan (the terrible--according to the man himself).... Read more >

Tags: cafe, coffee, hostel, transportation


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