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Virtual Travel – How to Travel From Home – A Covid-19 Guide

It’s April 2020. Pretty much all non-essential travel is shut-down at the moment and we’re not entirely sure when things will open up again. To be completely honest, I’m writing this in mid-March. Perhaps, by some miracle, this will all be over by the time this posts, but it seems more than a might unlikely.…
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5 Classic Cuban Snacks for You to Bring Home on Your Next Visit

I’ve not yet been to Cuba but I have sailed past it and waved out the window. Cuba is a classic vacation destination for many people from the Americas. It’s tropical and many Cubans migrated to the USA, with a huge population settling in Florida. No matter where in the world we were sailing, if…
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8 Funny Cooking Shows to Keep You Entertained in Quarantine

The world is on pause right now. Everything’s shut down and we don’t really know when things will reopen. Thankfully, we live in the age of technology and now have more options for keeping ourselves busy right at our fingertips than at any other time in history before us. For those foodies out there, there…
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7 of the Best Food Tours in South America

South America has some of the most flavourful foods in the world. With influences from Spain, France, Portugal, and the indigenous peoples of the region, the continent is brimming with delicious food. From the beef in Argentina to the pisco sours of Peru, your tastebuds can go on an endless adventure. We’ve collected 7 of…
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5 Nigerian Snacks You Can Try at Home

  Nigeria is a country nicknamed the “Giant of Africa”. In a fact that was surprising to me, Nigeria is the world’s second-largest producer of films! I knew India was the first, with Bollywood, but Nigeria comes in second and their film world is often referred to as “Nollywood”. As with most countries, Nigeria has…
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The Best International Cookbooks to Help You Travel From Home

There are numerous reasons you may not be able to travel right now. Perhaps you’re still saving up. Perhaps you’ve got young children who would make it difficult or impossible at this time. Perhaps your work won’t let you take the time off. Perhaps there’s a global pandemic and the borders are all closed and…
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Free Online Cooking Classes – Travel Through Food During COVID-19 Isolation

This is the first post I’ve written surrounding the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. To be honest, I didn’t want to write about it. It’s all I get to read about these days. It’s all anyone gets to read about these days. But the fact is, it’s huge. This is changing normal, everyday life all over the…
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Instant Travel – International Recipes for Your Instant Pot

Cooking is one way to bring the world to you. Whether you’re trying out a dish from a country on your wishlist, or reminiscing over food from one of your favourite travels, you can always bring a little piece of the world home to you through your cooking.   But cooking, especially something outside of…
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8 of the Most Expensive Restaurants in the World

When I first began paying for food myself, I thought $15-20 was a lot to be spending on one meal. And don’t get me wrong, I still believe that’s too much to be regularly paying for meals, but for a night out anywhere around $30 leaves me still feeling pretty comfortable. So reading about some…
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8 South Korean Snacks You Must Try!

I once worked with a girl from South Korea who was one of the funniest people I’ve ever met. I had one very brief afternoon out in Busan, South Korea, in which I passed a rather large market, explored as many “dollar store” type places as I could in search of a few necessities, and…
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