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15 ways wetlands are vital for cities, food and people

by IWMI @ News – International Water Management Institute (IWMI)

When we think of urban infrastructure, what probably comes to mind are roads, pipes, drains and construction. Here's why healthy urban wetlands are equally essential.

Water-energy-food nexus solutions for southern Africa

by Sandaruwan Wickrama @ News – International Water Management Institute (IWMI)

The project builds on important progress achieved earlier this year. In February, DAFNE held its first stakeholder workshop in Lusaka, Zambia.

Getting from Lecce, Italy to Rome Airport (FCO)

by prmbrown @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

If anyone can comment on traveling from southern Italy to the USA I would be very grateful. I'm finishing a bike tour in Lecce, Italy (Puglia) on...

Water for Food International Forum

by IWMI @ News – International Water Management Institute (IWMI)

Creating fertile ground for innovation in agricultural water management.

Food and beach escape - Sicily 3wks in June -help!

by klabarba @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

It�s our second time in Sicily and I need serious help with the itinerary!! We love good authentic food, not being in a swarm of other tourists and...

The Sidewalk Diet: street markets and... (PDF Download Available)

The Sidewalk Diet: street markets and... (PDF Download Available)


ResearchGate

On Jun 1, 2017, Claudia Atomei published a research thesis starting with the following thesis statement: Hanoi’s traditional food system, which relies on street markets as it’s main distribution outlet, will be undergoing major changes in the next few....

This woman has broken a 650-year ‘men only’ tradition

This woman has broken a 650-year ‘men only’ tradition


South China Morning Post

Tasked with banging on the House of Commons door to summon MPs to the queen’s speech every year, Black Rod plays a key role in parliamentary events

Food and beach escape - Sicily 3wks in June -help!

by klabarba @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

It�s our second time in Sicily and I need serious help with the itinerary!! We love good authentic food, not being in a swarm of other tourists and...

C�zanne tours in Provence

by elberko @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Has anyone done a day tour in Provence of C�zanne sites that they would recommend? I'm considering this one, but it will depend on others signing...

Welcome

by Marc Shortt @ Blog - Sa Ba Street Food Tours

Hello and welcome to our new website. Through this blog we'll keep you posted on Yangon food news, recipes and random stuff of interest.

Le petit déjeuner dans les troquets de rue à Rangoun

by Marc Shortt @ Blog - Sa Ba Street Food Tours

Salut tout le monde! Pour les francophones parmi nous, voici un article paru dans Le petit journal sur notre Rangoun tour pour le petit-dejeuner

For the French speakers among us, take a look at this article in le Petit Journal by a journalist who recently joined our breakfast walking tour.

http://www.lepetitjournal.com/birmanie/sortir/284297-j-ai-teste-pour-vous-le-petit-dejeuner-dans-les-troquets-de-rues-a-rangoun-des-saveurs-de-tous-les-coins-d-asie

An Ode to Myanmar Snacks and the Vendors Cries

by Marc Shortt @ Blog - Sa Ba Street Food Tours

An ode to Myanmar street snacks written by an 80yr old local. I like the sound of the singing contest between vendors held in 1942. Still today I hear some beautiful voices walking amongst the vendors.

"Problems loom for street vendors: The authorities in Myanmar's big cities are pushing them away. In Yangon, around Chinatown, at the corner of Mahabandoola street, hawkers are on the YCDC’s radar. This is regrettable. Not only are they the lifeline of many families, but they feed a large part of the population. This is especially true for workers with long hours, and often with several jobs, who cannot afford to sit down in a restaurant or tea shop, but much prefer snacking on the go.

Oldies like myself will miss the street vendors, their soups, their snacks, their sights and their cries."

Checkout the full article here on the Myanmar Times Website

3 foods you must try in Yangon

by Marc Shortt @ Blog - Sa Ba Street Food Tours

We were recently asked by streetfoodi.com to name three foods you really must try when coming to Yangon. When you know the food scene here well, it's not any easy task to choose just 3 but for first-timers to the city, here are our top choices!

http://streetfoodi.com/3-street-eats-must-try-yangon-myanmar/

 

 

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NYCFoodPolicy.org: The United Kingdom plans for a green future

by Sandaruwan Wickrama @ News – International Water Management Institute (IWMI)

The United Kingdom has developed a plan to direct national development within an environmental framework over the coming 25 years.

C�zanne tours in Provence

by elberko @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Has anyone done a day tour in Provence of C�zanne sites that they would recommend? I'm considering this one, but it will depend on others signing...

Getting from Lecce, Italy to Rome Airport (FCO)

by prmbrown @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

If anyone can comment on traveling from southern Italy to the USA I would be very grateful. I'm finishing a bike tour in Lecce, Italy (Puglia) on...

Booked Tokyo over Golden Week. Hotel questions.

by luvtotravel @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I just booked a two-week tour that starts in Tokyo on May 4, 2019. Learned about Golden Week after booking the tour. Cannot switch tour dates as all...

A short video of our downtown evening tour

by Marc Shortt @ Blog - Sa Ba Street Food Tours

Here's a short video we made to give you an idea of some of the tasty foods and fascinating local spots we visit on the evening tour.

 

Booked Tokyo over Golden Week. Hotel questions.

by luvtotravel @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I just booked a two-week tour that starts in Tokyo on May 4, 2019. Learned about Golden Week after booking the tour. Cannot switch tour dates as all...

The Best Places To Drink Coffee(According to 89 travelers and foodies)

by Katina @ Blog – Coffee Maker Choose – Your Choice, Your Style

The best coffee. Perfection(or heaven) in a cup. Once an exotic bean found in Africa and Arabia, coffee has become a global drink and every coffee-drinking culture has done something to make the drink truly their own. So we set out to see where the best places to drink coffee are. Where in the world is […]

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Here's why you shouldn't boycott travel to Myanmar

Here's why you shouldn't boycott travel to Myanmar

by Marc Shortt @ Blog - Sa Ba Street Food Tours

Sa Ba Street Food Tours guide Mi Mi was recently asked by the travel and lifestyle website, The Matador Network, how travel boycotts could effect the ordinary people of Myanmar. Here is an excerpt below but to read this very insightful article in full click here

Tourism funds locals whose livelihood depends on travelers.

The tourism industry in Myanmar is nascent. Although the borders in Myanmar were never closed to foreign visitors, tourism has only spiked in recent years. Soe says that “over the last 5 years, tourism has been a very positive force, creating many jobs and opportunities that never previously existed in our communities. I work as a street food tour guide and this type of job never existed before tourists started visiting and wanted to discover our local food. On our tours, we visit family-run places to be sure that all of the money is being spent responsibly at a local level.”

Tourism is vital to the local economy in Myanmar, especially among the lower class. Marston has seen this first-hand, “tourism is helping alleviate poverty in Myanmar by creating new jobs in tourism, hospitality, and infrastructure-related industries because of the need to accommodate tourists.” The Oxford Business Group reports that employment from tourism in Myanmar will rise by 66% between 2015 and 2026. The potential for tourism to impact the country is immense.

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