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Highlights from Rovinj

CROATIA | Fri, 26 Oct 2018 | By shire_girl | Views [105]

Rovinj is the perfect location for an unplanned day of simply wandering up and down the beautiful streets, which are spotlessly clean. The pale stones also shine from the thousands of feet that have passed over it. Perhaps because I live so far from ... Read more >

Tags: forest park, istria, lone bay, market, rovinj, seafood, st. euphemia, swimming

Andalusian Days (III): From the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, a Road Trip Along the Tuna Trail

SPAIN | Wed, 22 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [554]

  Espetos grilled at the chiringuito Rocamar in Malaga Stop 1: Malaga   Antonio, an ex-fisherman who is trying to teach me the art of skewering sardines, is quickly losing his patience as I demolish one fish after another.... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, food, road trip, seafood, spain, travel, tuna

Peruvian Tiradito

PERU | Fri, 27 Feb 2015 | By jgreghenry | Views [391]

I’ve got more culinary delights to share from my recent trip to South America. The first stop we made was in Lima, Peru. The oldest parts of Lima are rich in Spanish colonial history. Architecture buffs could wander the streets in awe for days.... Read more >

Tags: cooking, recipes, seafood

Eating in Mendocino, CA: Little River Inn’s Crab Cakes

USA | Fri, 27 Feb 2015 | By jgreghenry | Views [382]

So, I’m in Mendocino sitting on a barstool at Little River Inn. I decide maybe it’s time to do a little whale-watching. After all, I’m in Mendocino. It’s possible to spot whales all year-round. A steady stream of California gray ... Read more >

Tags: california, dining, food, recipes, seafood

Al Toke Pez Restaurant: Lima, Peru

PERU | Sun, 22 Feb 2015 | By jgreghenry | Views [550]

There’s so much good food in Lima, Peru. Choosing just one meal to highlight is difficult. However, I chose Al Toke Pez (Avenida Angamos 886) because everything about the place defied my expectations of what Peruvian cooking could be. Particularly ... Read more >

Tags: food, lima, peru, reviews, seafood

Costa Rica: Eating Local

COSTA RICA | Sun, 22 Feb 2015 | By jgreghenry | Views [433] | Video

Simple food honestly prepared. Whole fried fish with plantains, served outside on the weathered boards of a rustic table, accompanied by beer and hot sauce. Ocean breezes and shanty shade to protect us from the heat and sun. The sound of something Latin ... Read more >

Tags: costa rica, fish, local, seafood

My First 24 Hours in Manarola

ITALY | Sun, 1 Jun 2014 | By elena_valeriote | Views [1428]

My life whole I have wanted to come down the stairs of an airport escalator and be greeted by someone holding a paper with my name printed on it. It seemed to me that this was the epitome of glamour, the indication of an exciting adventure. Yesterday, ... Read more >

Tags: cinque terre, hiking, manarola, seafood, trekking, vineyards, wine

Seomjin River Cherry Flower Oysters

SOUTH KOREA | Mon, 28 Apr 2014 | By rogerinkorea | Views [1044]

In Korea's South Gyeongsang Province where tidal waters bring salinity up into the lower reaches of the Seomjin River, there grows oysters. Estuary oysters or Crassostrea gigas as they are known to the scientific community. Commercially they are ... Read more >

Tags: eating bivalves, oysters, seafood

Cua Lo Beach Trip

VIETNAM | Mon, 28 Oct 2013 | By globalgabi | Views [674]

Finally, today I went to the beach. My friend Lam Giang picked my up on the motorbike and we went along the river to Cua Lo Beach. Very deserted at this time of year, no tourists, most restaurants are closed. But, what the hell, it was warm, we even ... Read more >

Tags: cua lo beach, seafood, swimming

Amphawa market

THAILAND | Sat, 8 Dec 2012 | By prerana | Views [423]

The next morning (25 Nov) it's still wet, but not raining. I decide I'm not eating prison food (aka dry, sticky toast) so we head out. We stop at a diner and Adrian orders a big breakfast and I steal a piece of "real" toast from him. I even get ... Read more >

Tags: amphawa market, river prawns, seafood

The Low Down

AUSTRALIA | Fri, 15 Jul 2011 | By p-j | Views [384]

What we’ve been up to! Caxton Street Seafood & Wine Festival 2011: Fantastic food and drink, glorious sunshine, fun entertainment and dancing in the street, what more can I say!?   Live beat boxing was class.   Would recommend to a ... Read more >

Tags: beaches, horse riding, nimbin, pbr 2011, pelicans, seafood, sunsets, sydney, taronga zoo, whale watching

A Quick Note on Sand, Salt and Northern Chile

CHILE | Tue, 14 Sep 2010 | By lol | Views [522]

From Ecuador, we ventured into the north of Chile. We visited the cosy coast town Arica, which is lovely and probably even lovelier in summer time when you can better utilize the gorgeous beach. We took relaxing strolls in the somewhat chilly city instead, ... Read more >

Tags: arica, chinchorro mummies, desert, san pedro de atacama, seafood, valley of the moon

Jimbaran Bay Seafood

INDONESIA | Sun, 28 Mar 2010 | By princesscheryljw | Views [1872]

When people talk about seafood and sunset in Bali, the first place that comes to their mind is Jimbaran Bay. Am I right? But in this post I'm not going to talk about the sunset, in fact, I'm going to share about the sunrise and breakfast at Jimbaran Bay.... Read more >

Tags: attraction, bali, beaches, food review, jimbaran, lunch, seafood

Goodbye and Good evening, Vietnam

VIETNAM | Mon, 31 Aug 2009 | By maranathahay | Views [734]

August 31st, 2009 This place is breathtaking. Craggy rocks covered in green jut out of jet blue waters.  Today we swam in salt water that was so warm, it was like a bathtub. Throughout the day, we hiked through a cave, kayaked, and ate a lot of seafood.... Read more >

Tags: cave, good bye, halong bay, health insurance, japan, kayak, los angeles, narita, seafood

 

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