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A Raw Vegan Foodie Experience in DC!

USA | Thu, 13 Aug 2015 | By kurenai | Views [391]

We all need somewhere nice to go for our birthday dinner and after hearing about a lovely 5-course prix fixe dinner that was not only vegan but raw… well, I had to check it out! Enter Elizabeth’s Gone Raw, a raw vegan foodie experience that ... Read more >

Tags: foodie, restaurant, vegan, vegetarian, washington d.c.

Photos: Ancient Faifo Restaurant

VIETNAM | Wed, 7 May 2014 | By ancientfaifo | Photo Gallery

Outside and inside
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Writing on the Walls

VIETNAM | Sun, 13 Oct 2013 | By jeffsadventures | Views [391]

Whilst travelling one tends to visit a lot more cafes and restaurants than one normally would back at home. Most of these end up being quickly forgotten, but there is one tiny restaurant in the ancient Vietnamese capital city of Hue that I clearly remember ... Read more >

Tags: graffiti, restaurant, vietnam

Kilamatu Eco Lodge, Moni, Flores

INDONESIA | Mon, 8 Aug 2011 | By zapatosrojos | Views [443]

The Kilamatu Eco Lodge is a new addition to Moni and is one of a chain popping up across Indonesia. Set in lovely gardens, growing their own produce with a little river running by, the setting is idyllic and the rooms do not disappoint, including the ... Read more >

Tags: eco lodge, flores, restaurant

Restauranting @ Lentils As Anything

AUSTRALIA | Sat, 12 Jun 2010 | By kurenai | Views [840]

Lentils As Anything is an amazing not-for-profit restaurant with a “pay as you feel” philosophy where YOU decide what you pay at the end of the visit. There’s a box by the door where you deposit money – or not – as you see fit. It’s largely staffed ... Read more >

Tags: australia, melbourne, non-profit, restaurant


GRENADA | Mon, 15 Mar 2010 | By belleslady | Views [856]

March 14th, 2010 Arrived Grenada around 4:30pm and made a grand or should I say ground entrance due to a confusing buoy system and conflicting guide book advice. We eventually tied up in Port Louis Marina a new venture being built by Peter De Savvry ... Read more >

Tags: fauna, flora, marina, museum, people, restaurant

Barely visiting Bogota

COLOMBIA | Sun, 24 Aug 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [2403]

  Owing to oversight on booking coach ticket, we missed out on a decent view of Bogota leaving ourselves little more than one day in which to race around the city. To be fair though, we didn't exactly race around it, selecting instead to visit a ... Read more >

Tags: art museum, bar, bogota, bortoli, colombia, falafel, latin america, pizza., restaurant, south america

Banos, which hopefully means bath, not toilet.

ECUADOR | Wed, 9 Jul 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1524]

Lovely Banos is a smashing little town, surrounded by forest topped mountians and waterfalls and blessed with an ambudance of natural hot springs. It is a really beatiful place with lots of lovely hostels, restaurants, coffe shops, book exchanges and ... Read more >

Tags: banos, bathe, ecuador, equador, hot springs, minerals, restaurant, volcano, walk, waterfall

Into Ecuador - A whirlwind trip through Loja and Cuenca

ECUADOR | Wed, 9 Jul 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1788]

New month, new country. We skipped through the north of Peru in a whirlwind of bus rides that left us in Loja, southern Ecuador in a bit of a daze. Exhausted from the trip, we entered the city through a surreal Disney version of a medieval German moathouse.... Read more >

Tags: churches, colonial, cuenca, ecuador, equador, galleries, libertadores cup, loja, panama hats, restaurant

San Ignacio Mini and Posadas

ARGENTINA | Wed, 19 Mar 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1316]

Another marathon bus journey saw us take 36 hours from Puerto Madryn to Posadas, the capital city of Misiones at the very top of Argentina. The luxury travel, three course meals and bar service eluded us yet again and we were offered only a ham sandwich ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, heritage, iguazu, jesuit mission, misiones, paraguay, posadas, restaurant, san ignacio, unesco

Santiago de Chile

CHILE | Fri, 8 Feb 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [843]

Santiago was a pleasent surpise for us. We only really spent two days there and to be honest, I can´t imagine needing any more than that, but it was a nice big city with a really pleasent feel to it. The metro system is ace, and cheap. It even has ... Read more >

Tags: chile, city, hotel, latin america, metro, museum, pisco sour, restaurant, santiago de chile, south america


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