There’s a reason the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is Ireland’s most famous visitor attraction. Not only is the home of Guinness; the world’s most famous stout, the tour itself is fun and fascinating. Plus, you get to taste a lot of Guinness, so it’s a win-win! History of Guinness Started by Arthur Guinness in 1759, Guinness has been a staple… Read More
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We love Greek food. Eating in Greece is an event. It’s a feast for the senses, but it can also be a bit confusing. So, we are excited to have a local expert share his Greek food guide all of you! So, let the mouth-watering begin! Greek travel expert Dejan Kvrgic, takes you through a guide to traditional Greek food,… Read More
They say that the longer a meal takes to prepare, the better it tastes. If this is true, Moroccan food is the best in the world. Moroccan meals take hours to prepare and it’s worth it. There are so many flavors and layers to each dish. Eating out in Morocco can be intimidating. When we first went to a restaurant in… Read More
Food experts Rosemary and Claire of Authentic Food Quest share their favourite Cusco restaurants where you can eat like a local and enjoy an authentic Peruvian dining experience. Cusco is considered the second gastronomy city in Peru after Lima, and has the best cuisine in the Peruvian Andes. Unsurprisingly, Machu Picchu and the Inca ruins get all the attention. We believe,… Read More
This post is brought to you by Montmorency Tart Cherries. They can be bought at supermarkets or online. All opinions and healthy travel snack suggestions and recipes are our own. Many people think putting together healthy travel snacks is time-consuming and inconvenient, but with a little preparation, you can have ready-made snacks at your fingertips to help keep your energy… Read More
There is much to discover in Penang and the hawker stalls are not to be missed. We visited this Malaysian island city not too long ago and became enamoured with its labyrinth of heritage houses and street art. Walking along its narrow streets, there was always this feeling that around the corner, hidden behind a wall, was something surprising and… Read More