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New Zealand - South Island Part 3

NEW ZEALAND | Sun, 16 Apr 2017 | By guild_family_of_3 | Views [553]

THE FOOD I won’t say it’s quite the same as Europe, but Kiwis eat out a lot. They probably have more cafés per square km than Alaska has coffee shops. New Zealand also has a much greater Asian influence than I realized before our ... Read more >

Tags: food, restaurants

Bangalore: Vidyarthi Bhavan

INDIA | Tue, 12 Jan 2016 | By elcastleberry | Views [262]

 The clock struck 2:25 and the crowd swelled behind us, fifteen more people pouring into the waiting area from the sidewalk and joining our relaxed group of twenty. They brought an energy with them, an urgency, and many of the previously calm families ... Read more >

Tags: bangalore, cuisine, dosa, food, india, restaurants

Western Australia: The Hub Grill

NEW ZEALAND | Tue, 17 Mar 2015 | By elcastleberry | Views [664]

Tucked away in a residential neighborhood in far south Perth, The Hub Grill doesn't make a very good first impression. With only a handful of tables in the small space and a tiny kitchen behind the cash register, we were a little worried it wouldn't ... Read more >

Tags: food, friends, perth, restaurants, western australia

EATSTAYDRINK Auckland

NEW ZEALAND | Mon, 19 Jan 2015 | By elcastleberry | Views [263]

I regret spending four days in Auckland. The highlight of our time there was an afternoon spent at The Backyard Bar in North Auckland with my friend Leigh (who I met at surf camp in Morocco last year). Local DJ's, an epic water slide and a brood of ... Read more >

Tags: auckland, bars, cities, hostels, restaurants

The Good Vibes of Shanghai

CHINA | Fri, 6 Jun 2014 | By goingsolo | Views [305]

Shanghai was bustling and busy but had a beautifully frenetic vibe about it - the city was alive with people. A lot of people.  The expat culture was also youthful and vibrant. I could tell this was a place of abundant opportunity - people came ... Read more >

Tags: alcohol, architecture, big city, expats, restaurants, shanghai

Vanilla Manilla

PHILIPPINES | Mon, 5 May 2014 | By goingsolo | Views [253]

Manilla is a strange place. Admittedly, I only ventured outside the city once to a place called Tagatay, which had amazing views and an even more amazing zip-line you could ride to take full advantage of the views. What a rush. Perhaps if I had ventured ... Read more >

Tags: american culture, manilla, restaurants, shopping

Trip around the island

CAYMAN ISLANDS | Tue, 11 Dec 2012 | By cayman_adventurer | Views [242]

Temperature - 31 o C / 87 o F. So after a start this morning that was far too early for my liking but insisted upon by my guest from the UK Zoe, we headed out on our journey to see the only part of the island that I had yet to see. After a 40 minute ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, blow holes, island, restaurants, sea

The very literate 'Illiterati'

INDIA | Sat, 12 May 2012 | By flyingpiglet | Views [2166]

I’m sitting here feeling very full and satisfied after dinner in one of McLeod Ganj’s newest restaurants – and one of the most unusual. About five minutes’ walk down the road from Snow Height is Jogiwara Village, a small collection of houses, an ... Read more >

Tags: books, cafes, illiterati, mcleod ganj, restaurants

Meet The King of Aitutaki

COOK ISLANDS | Tue, 27 Mar 2012 | By bradflorescu | Views [2812] | Scholarship Entry

R iki DeVon has been married three times and he’s getting ready to give wedlock a fourth try. 18 youngsters call him dad and he’s got so many grandkids that even he can’t remember all of them. He’s 54 years old but he will swear to be only 48.... Read more >

Tags: aitutaki, cook islands, people, restaurants, travel writing scholarship 2012

Authentic Eats in New York City’s Cultural Enclave

USA | Tue, 13 Mar 2012 | By connectlocally | Views [4718]

One of the first things you notice about New York City is that it’s incredibly diverse- bafflingly so - but no one ethnic group stands out. There are a lot of people and a lot of types of people, all packed in together within a few square miles. The ... Read more >

Tags: connect locally, food, nyc, restaurants, travel

Tiramisu in Venice

ITALY | Fri, 10 Jun 2011 | By alineswala | Views [1357]

Going to Italy was my first experience abroad besides India.  Italy is a relatively western country so I didn't expect many things to be difficult over there.  Unlike India, it had regular plumbing and toilets and showers and even if it didn't, ... Read more >

Tags: italy, restaurants, tiramisu, waiter

Oh the food in Japan!

JAPAN | Tue, 7 Sep 2010 | By snowlindsay | Views [583]

The food in Japan. Coming from Australia a Japanese lunch of sushi, sashimi, tempura and chicken katsu were the norm. Sushi train! What a great idea... I have now been living in Yokohama for 10 months and to be honest... I am a bit over the food. ... Read more >

Tags: japanese food, minatomirai, motomachi, restaurants, yokohama

Hoi An and Hue - Vietnam

VIETNAM | Wed, 28 Oct 2009 | By will | Views [2889]

This week I entered Vietnam from Southern Laos, through the small border post of Bo Y, which has only recently been opened to foreigners. My bus then headed down highway 14 towards Da Nang following the valley of the PoKo River. I had heard that Southern ... Read more >

Tags: cities, historic sights, on the road, restaurants, typhoons

Argentina: A Vegetarian’s Dilemma or Delight?

ARGENTINA | Fri, 23 Oct 2009 | By travel-tips | Views [10947] | Comments [3]

Argentina - known the world over for its tango dancers, vibrant culture, and well - really, really good beef. And, let’s be honest, as a vegetarian, while the famous meat may not be so enticing, the country still absolutely ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, asado, buenos aires, food, restaurants, vegan, vegetarian

Welcome to Miami

USA | Sun, 24 Aug 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [733]

  Happily tucked into a seat on Lan Airways, blanket on lap and glass of red in hand, I turned to Steve and said how lovely - for the first time in almost a year we will be able to just talk to people, in English. The first person we met in the airport ... Read more >

Tags: america, bars, hotels, latin america, miami, restaurants, service, south beach, united states of america, usa

Lovely La Paz

BOLIVIA | Sat, 17 May 2008 | By katrinamckeever | Views [741]

Now safely in La Paz which is quite literally a breathtaking city. It is one of the most amazing places I have ever seen and quite unlike anywhere else on earth. It is 3800meters up in the mountains, set in a valley, ringed by the most impressive peaks ... Read more >

Tags: bars, bolivia, city, coca tea, la paz, llama, mountain, pubs, restaurants, witches market

Feliz Navidad Buenos Aires

ARGENTINA | Sat, 29 Dec 2007 | By katrinamckeever | Views [1781]

Christmas in Buenos Aires is a white knuckle ride of a celebration requiring stamina, determination, commitment and nerves of steel. This is cheifly because the parties start late and end with everyone throwing cheap chinese fireworks around the ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, bars, buenos aires, champagne, christmas, latin america, puerto madero, restaurants, san telmo, south america

 

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