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Where to Stay in Seoul: A Neighbourhood Guide to Make the Most of Your Visit!

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

So you’ve booked your flight, planned your itinerary, but now you need to figure out where to stay in Seoul. The big question is:...

Hoi An Street Food Tour – Our Self-Guided Itinerary for Street Food Lovers

Hoi An Street Food Tour – Our Self-Guided Itinerary for Street Food Lovers


Grantourismo Travels

Hoi An Street Food Tour – our self-guided itinerary for a street food walking tour of the Central Vietnam city enables you to sample Hoi An's specialties.

The “other” America

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

These days travel to the USA is commonplace and travel to South America is by no means rare.  But between these two ‘Americas’ lies a third, extraordinary Central America. South of the US border, you will find magnificent Mexico. Once home to rich pre-Columbian cultures such as the Maya, Toltecs and Aztecs, the ruins of […]

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Zendaya Raided Her Grandfather’s Closet and Found Your New Spring Staple

Zendaya Raided Her Grandfather’s Closet and Found Your New Spring Staple

by Katie Stanovick @ StyleCaster

Cool *and* meaningful.

Joining in Cooking Class in Hoi An - Vietnamese Style

Joining in Cooking Class in Hoi An - Vietnamese Style


Vietnamese Style

Hoi An Cooking Class will surely leave the unforgettable impressions to tourists in mind. Tourists will have the opportunity to buy their own materials and process specialty dishes in the ancient town under the guidance of highly skilled chefs.

Changing homes

by noreply@blogger.com (JJD) @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Dear readers, after seven great years on Blogger, I've decided to give Wordpress a try.  Check me out over there.

5 Tips for Eating Street Food in Vietnam - Travel Blog

5 Tips for Eating Street Food in Vietnam - Travel Blog


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Vietnam Travel Blog: 5 Tips for Eating Street Food in Hoi An for travellers when to travel to Vietnam. Find your best tours in Vietnam.

A day on Cai Rang floating market

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

Cai Rang market is known to be the biggest market in the Mekong Delta cruise. The market serves tourists as a great vantage point for relaxing and learning about the South’s rich culture and lifestyle. Mekong River is endowed with a dense network of the waterway which encourages the development of water transport system and the

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Tran Temple in Nam Dinh

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Tran Temple Complex where Kings of the Tran Dynasty and their mandarins are worshipped in Loc Vuong Ward, Nam Dinh City in the northern province of the same name is touted as one of the most popular pilgrimage destinations during the first month of the lunar new year.

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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...

The way to approach people

by EtienneBoss @ Hoi An Photo Tour and Workshop

One of the question that comes back very often, mostly from intermediate photographers: how to approach people in order to take their picture? Should you ask for it? Should you “steal” the image?   I believe both questions are wrong, and that there is a very good and respectful way to do Travel photography in […]

Jackson Hole, Wyoming

by shea6 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We will be attending a wedding in Jackson Hole in July with our grandchildren who are flying in from LA to meet us. we will be there for 6 days and...

Request advice on walking rural roads

by Jim143 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

My wife and I will be in the Ypres area in July. We would like to walk a little of my grandfathers WW1 route. I was looking at starting probably...

Ta Xua Shan Tuyet Tea

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Ta Xua commune in Bac Yen district of Son La northern mountainous province has been known nationwide not only for its location of nearly 2,000 metres above the sea level, but also for its over-100- year-old Shan tuyet tea which has a specially delicious taste.

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Dalat Street Food Tour – A Taste of Dalat Style Vietnamese Street Food

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

A Dalat street food tour is a must when you visit Vietnam’s southern Central Highlands city. Famed for its fertile volcanic soil, beautiful fresh local produce, and coffee, tea, and wine, the former French colonial hill station is a fantastic foodie destination, and its street...

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Where will 2018 take you?

by Caroline @ World Journeys New Zealand

There’s nothing like looking forward to a holiday.  The thought of arriving into a new country you’ve never been to before, with that heady mix of excitement and nerves.  In fact, the enjoyment of a holiday can begin even before that, as you deliberate over where to go. Will you witness the Great Migration of […]

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100 Essential Asia Pacific Experiences Named and Our Culinary Tour is One of Them

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

100 essential Asia Pacific experiences for your 2018 travel bucket list have been named by DestinAsian in the travel magazine’s latest issue and we’re excited that our Cambodia Culinary Tour Handmade, Homecooked and Hands-on edition has been named as one of them. To celebrate their 100th...

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Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An, Vietnam


Tash and Jack Travels

Hoi An is an ancient town in the centre of Vietnam and a UNESCO heritage centre. The town was once a major trading port and is now a charming preserved town showcasing rich Vietnamese culture. A sh…

Back already

by noreply@blogger.com (JJD) @ A More Gentlemanlike Manner

Well, we're back. Took off from Delhi at 9:50pm on Sunday and landed in Seattle at 6:55am on Monday. That's only about 9 hours by the clock, but about 20 hours of real-time travel. 


We had a great time, and I wish we could have stayed longer. I also wish we'd had more reliable internet so I could have blogged as we went. As it is, I'll just work on catching up as I go back through pictures over the next several days. 

For now, I'm calling it a night. More soon!

The Shaman from the Chin state

by EtienneBoss @ Hoi An Photo Tour and Workshop

Right after running my photography tour in Myanmar this October, I took 5 days to go and visit the remote Chin state area in the North West of the country. Over there I met Ha Mo Ki, a village Shaman…. Red the full story on Pics of Asia.

Matera: A Travel Guide to Italy’s City of Caves

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

One destination that’s been at the very top of our travel bucket list for a while now is Matera, and on this trip to Italy, Sam...

Khaki Confidential

by adminWJNZ @ World Journeys New Zealand

Guests on safari say and do the darndest things. This totally anonymous blooper reel will make you smile… Blog courtesy of Claire Trickett and AndBeyond. So in the spirit of silly season and not taking life too seriously, today’s blog celebrates the often hilarious things the rangers see and hear while on safari. There’s no […]

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Hot Cross Buns Recipe for Easter with a Spicy Fruity Southeast Asian Twist

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

My hot cross buns recipe makes a delightful dough that’s rich, spicy and fruity. As I’ve been baking these hot cross buns for Easter in our Cambodian kitchen I’ve given this Good Friday treat a Southeast Asian twist yet still kept the traditional taste. This...

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MEKONG DELTA, THE DESTINATION OF VIETNAMESE RIVER CULTURE WITH FLOATING MARKETS

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

People said that “If one has not visited floating market, he has not visited the south-west of Vietnam”. Beside the characterized culture of orchards, Mekong Delta became famous worldwide for its floating markets. Exchanging many kinds of typical fruit, such as mangoes, avocado, durians, oranges and many other commodities on the motorized boat, not only

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Arctic vs Antarctica

by Caroline @ World Journeys New Zealand

The Arctic and Antarctic both conjure up images of cold, icy, and far-flung lands but what’s the difference? How can you tell the two poles apart? Where are the penguins? What about the bears? 10 important differences to help you choose the pole for you! 1. The Arctic is sea surrounded by land (Greenland, and northern […]

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Cambodia Wildlife Experiences – Where to Enjoy Ethical Animal Encounters

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Cambodia wildlife experiences include everything from spending time with rescued sun bears and moon bears at the Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Centre near Phnom Penh to volunteering at the Elephant Valley Project in the Mondulkiri jungle. Cambodia wildlife experiences don’t get the attention they deserve....

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Proof That There’s Never a Wrong Time or Place for Wide Leg Pants

Proof That There’s Never a Wrong Time or Place for Wide Leg Pants

by Kristen Bousquet @ StyleCaster

Eternally chic, always flattering.

Recipe for Dignity – a tribute

Recipe for Dignity – a tribute

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

I wrote this ‘recipe for dignity’ to honor my parents, who are both deceased.  They lived a simple and very dignified life, and it’s how I am trying to live mine.  I have passed on the wisdom as best as … Continue reading

One Day in Dalat – An Itinerary for a Heady Day in Vietnam’s Coffee Capital

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

One day in Dalat in Vietnam’s Southern Central Highlands most definitely isn’t enough time for this former French colonial hill station and tea, flower and coffee-producing centre, set amidst pine-forested mountains, rolling green hills and serene lakes. But sadly that’s all most travellers allow. Here’s...

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7 days in Vietnam tour, what to eat

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

You might wonder if you have just 7 days in Vietnam what you should do, where you should go and what you should eat. The first 2 questions have been answered by previous series. The series today will focus on the third common issue, what to eat. Specifically, this article will introduce you the most delicious

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Ragu alla Bolognese Recipe – How to Make a Traditional Bolognese Sauce

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This Ragu alla Bolognese recipe is based on the traditional recipe for this classic meat sauce from Bologna, Italy, used for both pasta and lasagne. Follow my exacting ingredient list and cooking directions and the result will be a perfect ragù alla Bolognese. This Ragu...

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Every Celebrity Who Announced Their Pregnancy in 2018 Thus Far

Every Celebrity Who Announced Their Pregnancy in 2018 Thus Far

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

Check out their growing baby bumps.

My Namibian Experience

by Ange @ World Journeys New Zealand

Namibia was an absolute surprise! From the vast wilderness and geological attractions millions of years old to Etosha National Park and surrounding private reserves abundant in wildlife, Namibia was unforgettable. My experiences here rate at the top of all travel opportunities I have ever had. From the first moment here I felt very welcomed in […]

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Japanese Food in Tokyo – Motsuyaki, Yakitori and Yakiniku are What You Need to Eat

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Japanese food in Tokyo for most culinary travellers means sushi, soba, tempura, and ramen – fish, seafood and noodles – but when I fantasise about eating Japanese food in Tokyo, unlike Jiro I’m not dreaming of sushi. I’m thinking grilling and barbecue. While Jiro dreams...

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The Fullerton Hotel’s Iconic Chocolate Buffet Is Back, and It’s More Chocolatey Than Ever

by Gary Lim @ City Nomads

There are few words in the dictionary that oozes more seduction than “chocolate”. Throw in “free-flow buffet”, and we’re salivating. Is it the result of many childhood days reading about Willy Wonka and his magnificent chocolate factory? Perhaps, but that is fiction. The legendary Chocolate Buffet at The Fullerton Hotel in Singapore, though, is real […]

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Bui Vien walking street in Ho Chi Minh city

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Although Bui Vien pedestrian-only street in the backpacker’s area in District 1, HCMC has yet to be officially opened, thousands of local youths and foreign tourists still rushed to the area on two weekend nights to enjoy dining and entertainment services and witness the animated atmosphere of the street.

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5 Things To Do in Singapore This Week: 2nd to 8th April 2018

by Sybren Rogge @ City Nomads

This week, be inspired by theatrical performances that tell the history of Waterloo Street and the choreography by four talented female dancers. The musically inclined can also look forward to live music by the sea at Coastes this month! Four Horse Road What do you know of Waterloo Street’s history? Have you ever heard about […]

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Jewelry

by humphry @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello- Does anyone have suggestions for reputable jewelry stores in Playa Del Carmen? We are looking primarily for items in 925 silver. Thank you...

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...

Archaeology Talks, Theatrical Tours, and Other Happenings at Singapore Art Museum in April 2018

by Gary Lim @ City Nomads

Want to get artsy again this month? Well, the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) has you covered with a new line-up of promising programmes, including public archaeological activities and immersive tours. This comes in anticipation of the contemporary art museum’s 2018 editions of Imaginarium and Signature Art Prize, two exhibitions opening next month in May. First […]

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Non-anxiety-producing car rental return on sunday in rome??

by ekscrunchy @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I plan to head for Italy in late May. I plan to rent a car the day after arrival in FCO. After two weeks, I will return the car and spend 5 nights in...

Shoot the Light

by EtienneBoss @ Hoi An Photo Tour and Workshop

In order to be more creative and getting photos out of the ordinary, there is something that can help you in your travels.   http://www.picsofasia.com/2015/02/06/shoot-the-light/

Khaki Confidential

by adminWJAU @ World Journeys Australia

Guests on safari say and do the darndest things. This totally anonymous blooper reel will make you smile… Blog courtesy of Claire Trickett and AndBeyond So in the spirit of silly season and not taking life too seriously, today’s blog celebrates the often hilarious things the rangers see and hear while on safari. There’s no […]

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The “other” America

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

These days travel to the USA is commonplace and travel to South America is by no means rare.  But between these two ‘Americas’ lies a third, extraordinary Central America. South of the US border, you will find magnificent Mexico. Once home to rich pre-Columbian cultures such as the Maya, Toltecs and Aztecs, the ruins of […]

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Best Chocolate Shops in the World – and Sweet Lodgings for Chocolate Lovers

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

The best chocolate shops in the world are in the cities you expect to find them – Barcelona, Vienna and Paris. This is our guide to the finest chocolate makers and chocolate houses in three of our favourite European cities –  and our tips for...

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Easy Day Trips You Can Take From Berlin: From Nature Escapes to Nearby Cities!

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

While you could easily spend your entire trip to Berlin exploring the different museums, historical buildings, and enormous parks, there is so much to...

Amsterdam to Bruges - best direct way to travel

by gd_smith @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We arrive in Amsterdam by plane at 10:15 am on a Monday and need to get to our hotel in Bruges the same day. There are 4 seniors travelling and want...

Why You Should Stay in Pompei Instead of Doing a Day Trip

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

When we were planning our most recent trip to Italy focused along the Bay of Naples, the big question on our minds was: where...

Vietnam – Hoi An, foodies’ paradise

Vietnam – Hoi An, foodies’ paradise

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

We loved Hoi An.  It is a foodie’s paradise.  It is bordered on one side with beaches that are clean.  The town is small and can walk the entire area…great exercise and every turn, there is a foodie’s place to … Continue reading

How to Experience the French Side of Siem Reap – A Local Guide, Ooh La La!

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

How to experience the French side of Siem Reap is a question we get asked by French travellers and Francophiles on holiday in Cambodia. Siem Reap based French expat Christine Gleizes, owner of chic concept store Christine’s shares her local tips. How to experience the...

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Enchanting Cambodia

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

Hear the name Cambodia and you are instantly transported to the atmospheric mystery of ancient temples shrouded in jungle. But Cambodia is so much more than Angkor Wat, with the palm fringed beaches of Sihanoukville, fishing villages on Tonle Sap Lake, and ever-present saffron clad monks in silent pilgrimage. Where to start?  The capital city, […]

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The Colours of India

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

From sleek modernity of New Delhi and the glorious palace hotels of Rajasthan to the ethereal glow of the Taj Mahal at sunrise, the vibrant colour, scent and sounds of India never fail to impress. I have never travelled anywhere else with such an intensity of colour as is found in India.  Our fondness for […]

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Amazonia

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

From the beaches of Copacabana to Condors soaring over the high Andes, South America is one spectacular continent, attracting more than its fair share of superlatives.  Here, size does matter! The Amazon is no exception.  The world’s largest rainforest, its river is the biggest by volume and no less than 6,400 km long, and its […]

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Sake and Champagne Dinner

Sake and Champagne Dinner

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

OK, I am finally getting around to remembering to post the recipes.  We had wasabi peas and mixed nuts with the tiny dried fish to wake up our palates. Dinner began with the usual ritual:  champagne.  We started with the … Continue reading

Veterans Supportive Services Agency (VSSA) Food Truck Fundraiser – 12 May, 2012

Veterans Supportive Services Agency (VSSA) Food Truck Fundraiser – 12 May, 2012

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

Veterans Supportive Services Agency, Inc. (VSSA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization solely dedicated to providing life enhancing supportive services to US Armed Forces Veterans and families. Serving Veterans since 2011.  Come out, enjoy the sunshine, try some truck gourmet … Continue reading

Non-anxiety-producing car rental return on sunday in rome??

by ekscrunchy @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I plan to head for Italy in late May. I plan to rent a car the day after arrival in FCO. After two weeks, I will return the car and spend 5 nights in...

2 night cruise – Cruise and Maritime – Magellan

by Admin@BucketListTravel @ Bucket List Travel

In February 2017 I was lucky enough to experience 2 nights from Auckland to Wellington on board the Magellan.   Cruise and Maritime are a company that we don’t hear a lot of down here as they are an English …

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Where the Mantas run wild 

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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City Nomads' Comprehensive 3-Day Itinerary to Hoi An, Vietnam

City Nomads' Comprehensive 3-Day Itinerary to Hoi An, Vietnam


City Nomads

City Nomads' guide on where to go and what to do, see, and eat in Hoi An, the coastal city in Vietnam known for its well-preserved Ancient Town.

Chen Kieu Pagoda in Soc Trang

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Chen Kieu Pagoda is a Khmer-styled pagoda in the Mekong Delta province of Soc Trang. Chen Kieu Pagoda is 10km from Soc Trang City, on the way from Soc Trang to Bac Lieu. Chen Kieu Pagoda was first built in the 19th century and rebuilt in 1969.

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22 Best Egg Recipes for Breakfast for Dinner, Supper and Lunch

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Our best egg recipes were concocted for breakfast and brunch in kitchens around the world for our Weekend Eggs series. As Easter is ending, we still have eggs on our minds, and the breakfast for dinner trend isn’t going anywhere, I thought it time to...

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The Weekly Grub: 5 Things To Eat and Drink In Singapore This Week

by Vienna @ City Nomads

Go traditional this week with authentic Peranakan fare and Cantonese dim sum, or kick back with cocktails made with fresh garden herbs at Oxwell & Co’s Rooftop bar. If you’re travelling soon and looking to indulge in premium wines and spirits, check out the seventh edition of DFS Masters of Wine and Spirits this month. Rolling […]

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Cuc Phuong National Park – The World of Tropical Creatures

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Phuong National Park is one of the must-see destinations in your Vietnam trip because of the pristine beauty of jungle forests. It is listed on top 10 national parks in Vietnam with high biodiversity and tranquil atmosphere of an uninhabited tropical area. Let follow us to discover amazing things in this stunning national park!

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Hoi An Food

Hoi An Food


The Slow Road

Scenes from the Taste of Hoi An Food Tour that we took in Hoi An. It included a visit to a typical street market, stops to sample the specialities at notable restaurants and roadside food stands, a…

Best Kentucky State Park Lodges

by 565cherrie @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

DH and I enjoy hiking, spring wildflowers, and staying in state park lodges. Does anyone out there have a KY State Park to recommend?

The Nature of British Columbia

by adminWJAU @ World Journeys Australia

When I dream of Canada, it’s images of vast forests, soaring mountains, grizzlies snapping at salmon that appear.  All that (and more) are what British Columbia, Canada’s western most province, is all about. British Columbia does nature in spades – a wild place where nature, not man, creates the boundaries, and its people, history, and […]

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8 Things to Do in Bali This Month: April 2018

by Chitra Ananda @ City Nomads

This month, besides the sand, sea, and surf, Bali’s leading food festival returns with an exciting line up and an equally stellar rotation of DJs and musicians visiting to give the island paradise‘s nightlife scene a boost. Read more for our top picks of events, parties, and festivals going on in Bali this April: Sasha x […]

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Just Opened April 2018: New Restaurants and Bars in Singapore

by Gary Lim @ City Nomads

Is it us or are oriental flavours all the rage this year in Singapore? Get the best of Asian-inspired dishes and cocktails at the likes of The Salted Plum, Zui Hong Lou, and The Nanyang Club. And then, dig into everything else on this list, because why not? New Restaurants in Singapore Claypots Full Circle […]

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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...

Khao Soi Gai Recipe – How to Make Chiang Mai Curry Noodle Chicken Soup 

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This khao soi gai recipe makes the delicious Chiang Mai curry noodle chicken soup that is as beloved by foreign visitors as much as locals in the Northern Thailand city. Slurped at market stalls, simple eateries and fancy restaurants, khao soi gai quickly becomes addictive....

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5 Places Where You Can Chase the Northern Lights in Europe

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

The Northern Lights, also known as Aurora Borealis, are one of the most beautiful phenomena in the world. The lights appear when electrically charged particles from...

City Nomads’ Documentary Of The Month: ‘Tsukiji Wonderland’

by Gary Lim @ City Nomads

When the Japanese restaurant you’re dining at lists Tsukiji Market as its source for fish, you know that you’re in for a treat. For more than 80 years, the venerable fish market in Tokyo has served as the culinary heart of Japan, supporting the country’s food industry and feeding horde after horde of sushi-obsessed tourists. […]

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Restaurant Review: Sizzling Sichuan Yakitori at CHIKIN in Bukit Pasoh, Singapore

by Vienna @ City Nomads

. In the eight months after Chikin opened its doors, the hip neon-clad izakaya has steadily gained a reputation for its addictively spicy Szechuan yakitori. Located on Bukit Pasoh, behind the bustling Keong Saik Road, They are all about ‘fun’, from their aesthetic with quirky pop art covering the walls down to the crockery printed with Japanese […]

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Jackson Hole, Wyoming

by shea6 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We will be attending a wedding in Jackson Hole in July with our grandchildren who are flying in from LA to meet us. we will be there for 6 days and...

iPhoneography

by EtienneBoss @ Hoi An Photo Tour and Workshop

As I have been teaching photography for years and just got into iPhoneography recently, I had to be a bit more serious and study the subject deeply. For 5 months I ran all my photography workshops with my 5DIII and the Sigma 35mm lens, along with my iPhone. When an interesting situation happened, I took […]

Custom Vietnam - November 2014

Custom Vietnam - November 2014


Edgewood Travel

Day 1 – Friday 07 Nov 2014: Saigon Arrival (Own tickets/ Flight info To Be Advised) Upon arrival, when you leave the airport terminal please look for a tour guide displaying a welcome signboard...

Amazonia

by Chris @ World Journeys New Zealand

From the beaches of Copacabana to Condors soaring over the high Andes, South America is one spectacular continent, attracting more than its fair share of superlatives.  Here, size does matter! The Amazon is no exception.  The world’s largest rainforest, its river is the biggest by volume and no less than 6,400 km long, and its […]

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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...

Help me plan our 3 week trip to Portugal !

by allyboy @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I just booked our flight to Portugal for a 3 week trip! We are leaving in earl May and fly in and out of Lisbon from JFK. While I haven't booked any...

A Guide to Chiloé Island, Chile

by Selma Dzonlic @ THAT BACKPACKER

Chiloé is an undiscovered enchantment blessed in nature, rural landscapes, delicious seafood and colourful UNESCO churches. This windswept archipelago is located in the south...

Vietnam – Halong Bay, Hanoi

Vietnam – Halong Bay, Hanoi

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

After the very hot and humid weather of Cambodia, Hanoi welcomed us with rain and cold.  We were both tired from the day’s adventure in Cambodia so opted to eat at the hotel lobby. The next day we met our … Continue reading

Beyoncé’s 6-Year-Old Daughter, Blue Ivy, Has Her Own Stylist and Personal Shopper

Beyoncé’s 6-Year-Old Daughter, Blue Ivy, Has Her Own Stylist and Personal Shopper

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

We're officially jealous.

10 Things to do in Seoul in Winter

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

It can get pretty cold in Seoul during the winter months. Once the Siberian winds begin to blow from the north and the wind chill reaches...

The Colours of India

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

From sleek modernity of New Delhi and the glorious palace hotels of Rajasthan to the ethereal glow of the Taj Mahal at sunrise, the vibrant colour, scent and sounds of India never fail to impress. I have never travelled anywhere else with such an intensity of colour as is found in India.  Our fondness for […]

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Where will 2018 take you?

by adminWJAU @ World Journeys Australia

There’s nothing like looking forward to a holiday.  The thought of arriving into a new country you’ve never been to before, with that heady mix of excitement and nerves.  In fact, the enjoyment of a holiday can begin even before that, as you deliberate over where to go. Will you witness the Great Migration of […]

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7 Reasons to Visit Hoi An and Stay a While

7 Reasons to Visit Hoi An and Stay a While


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Hoi An was one of the highlights of travel in Vietnam. There are markets, tailor shops, restaurants with secret recipes, markets, beaches, farms, and more!

How to happily enjoy Mekong Delta durian

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

If you get familiar with durian – the world’s smallest fruit, it is always delightful to enjoy. However, if it is your first time trying durian, you might find its smell like feet in soggy boots for hours. Let’s see how to happily enjoy this kind of fruit! Let’s explore Indochina tours Vietnam to enjoy

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What to expect about a Mekong Delta boat trip

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

Covering a total vast area, the Mekong Delta (Nine Dragon river delta) – one of the most enormous site for rice fields, fruit orchards and sugarcane groves in Vietnam is a gorgeous travel destination not only for its exceptional landscape as backdrop but also for its unique people’s life. Travel to Mekong delta with: The

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Know your equipment

by EtienneBoss @ Hoi An Photo Tour and Workshop

You will read it in a few articles on the website, but I do consider camera gear to be way over rated and a distraction in the craft of photography and creativity. Gear does not make better photos, at most it will help you in a difficult situation. But to be able to forget about […]

Colors for right brain – Sonoma Horticulture Nursery

Colors for right brain – Sonoma Horticulture Nursery

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

Girlfriends and I decided we needed to infuse our right brain with beauty and scent of fresh baked bread.  First stop, Wild Flour Bread Bakery, where we feasted on scones.  Next stop, the Sonoma Horticulture Nursery where we  picnicked among the shrubs … Continue reading

A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Exfoliation

A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding Exfoliation

by Nikki Brown @ StyleCaster

Never skip this step.

Ruins of Angkor – Cambodia

Ruins of Angkor – Cambodia

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

We had done Bhaking Hill already so the next few days, we visited several ruins, rode on an elephant, then on foot to the temple of the Leper King.  By 11 AM,  each day I was ready to faint from … Continue reading

The unspoiled island

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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Impromptu Dinner

Impromptu Dinner

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

Impromptu – a very simple meal Small group of us gathered at my house for an impromptu dinner.  We started with a 1988 Krug champagne and medjool dates stuffed with chorizo wrapped in bacon.  Dinner menu was dry rub baby … Continue reading

Everything You Need to Know About Sex Machines

Everything You Need to Know About Sex Machines

by Katie Smith @ StyleCaster

Plus, the most popular types you can get today.

Strasbourg Bistro for Lunch

by kfusto @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We will be in Strasbourg for several days next month and I have begun my research for restaurants and bistros. It has been 2 years since our last...

JFK to Manhattan - visitor seeking advice

by bigbadbanana @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi, looking for advice on the best way to get from JFK to Manhattan. We arrive on a Tuesday in May at 3:45 p.m. Staying at the Courtyard / Marriott...

Victoria Beckham’s Dermatologist Recommends This $5 Drugstore Face Wash

Victoria Beckham’s Dermatologist Recommends This $5 Drugstore Face Wash

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

That's a price point that we can get behind.

A taste of Hoi An

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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Request advice on walking rural roads

by Jim143 @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

My wife and I will be in the Ypres area in July. We would like to walk a little of my grandfathers WW1 route. I was looking at starting probably...

Cambodia:  Sunset at Bhaking Hill

Cambodia: Sunset at Bhaking Hill

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

My son and I decided to take a trip together.  He needed time away from work and stress and I was having withdrawal pains from not traveling.  Cambodia and Vietnam were on my bucket list so we decided why not.  … Continue reading

Cruising Croatia

by Kate Gohar @ World Journeys Australia

I had told too many people I could never be a particularly enthusiastic cruise passenger; there seemed to be something rather too jolly about it for my taste. However, boarding a small but perfectly formed, deluxe cruiser to meander along the Croatian coast risked turning me into a big, fat liar. My Croatian friends speak […]

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Jewelry

by humphry @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello- Does anyone have suggestions for reputable jewelry stores in Playa Del Carmen? We are looking primarily for items in 925 silver. Thank you...

My Namibian Experience

by Ange @ World Journeys Australia

Namibia was an absolute surprise! From the vast wilderness and geological attractions millions of years old to Etosha National Park and surrounding private reserves abundant in wildlife, Namibia was unforgettable. My experiences here rate at the top of all travel opportunities I have ever had. From the first moment here I felt very welcomed in […]

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Hoian cooking class – Paradise of culinary enthusiasm

Hoian cooking class – Paradise of culinary enthusiasm


Cruise Mekong River

Currently, the cooking tour also includes community tourism (exploring the lifestyle of local people), and ecotourism.

How to Visit Mount Vesuvius and Herculaneum in One Day

by Audrey Bergner @ THAT BACKPACKER

We planned lots of different day trips from Pompei, and one of them was to visit Mount Vesuvius and Herculaneum on the same day....

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...

Banh Chung & Banh Tet – the traditional symbol of Tet

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

If you're unfamiliar with Tet sticky rice cakes (banh chung and banh tet), the must-have food for Vietnamese Lunar New Year celebration, chances are you may be asking, "Is it an adobe brick or doorstop wrapped in banana leaf?" At Viet delis, bakeries and grocery stores, you'll find them this week and next displayed on tables.

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10 Questions with Sim Sze Wei, Singapore Bacardi Legacy Winner 2018

by Emily Seow @ City Nomads

Global cocktail contests are no joke. In the case of the annual Bacardi Legacy Cocktail Competition, participants could end up with naught after months of hard work and a whole lot of rum. Fortunately, for ATLAS Bar‘s Assistant Head Bartender Sim Sze Wei (affectionately known in the industry as Sim), his competition cocktail Golden Eight […]

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JFK to Manhattan - visitor seeking advice

by bigbadbanana @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hi, looking for advice on the best way to get from JFK to Manhattan. We arrive on a Tuesday in May at 3:45 p.m. Staying at the Courtyard / Marriott...

It turns out that traveling makes us far happier than any material wealth ever does

by Michelle Downey @ Bucket List Travel

Why do we head for the shops with such determination as soon as we have money in our wallets? With every new purchase we feel a little happier, but a few days later that satisfaction is often gone without a trace. We at Bright Side decided it was time to get to grips with this problem …

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Enchanting Cambodia

by Chris @ World Journeys Australia

Hear the name Cambodia and you are instantly transported to the atmospheric mystery of ancient temples shrouded in jungle. But Cambodia is so much more than Angkor Wat, with the palm fringed beaches of Sihanoukville, fishing villages on Tonle Sap Lake, and ever-present saffron clad monks in silent pilgrimage. Where to start?  The capital city, […]

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Guide til smagen af Vietnam

Guide til smagen af Vietnam


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Singapore Laksa Recipe – How to Make a Spicy Coconut Curry Noodle Soup

by Terence Carter @ Grantourismo Travels

This Singapore laksa recipe is the rich coconut milk-laced version of this Southeast Asian classic noodle soup dish. A great laksa is not made starting from a jar of paste, a great laksa starts with curry paste made from scratch in a mortar and pestle –...

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Best Kentucky State Park Lodges

by 565cherrie @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

DH and I enjoy hiking, spring wildflowers, and staying in state park lodges. Does anyone out there have a KY State Park to recommend?

Cruising Croatia

by Kate Gohar @ World Journeys New Zealand

I had told too many people I could never be a particularly enthusiastic cruise passenger; there seemed to be something rather too jolly about it for my taste. However, boarding a small but perfectly formed, deluxe cruiser to meander along the Croatian coast risked turning me into a big, fat liar. My Croatian friends speak […]

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How can I get to Can Tho?

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

Thanks to its own international airport, the transportation and infrastructure investment and the development of road and traffic, Can Tho – the heart of the Mekong Delta Vietnam, the city of Cai Rang floating market, Ninh Kieu dock, is now easily accessible than ever before. From Hanoi to Can Tho By airline As the distance

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Tet dishes of the southern and northern regions

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

In addition to some traditional dishes, a Tet meal in the southern and northern region also has some featured dishes which express the unique culture of each region. The dishes on Tet holiday show the traditional culture of each region and contain the features of the local land. Therefore, depened on the customs and climate conditions, each region has different featured dishes expressing its own culture.

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World Wildlife Day – A Day to Reflect Upon the Value of the World’s Wildlife

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

World Wildlife Day is a global observance day designated by the UN as a day dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of the world’s wild animals and plants on the brink of extinction. This year’s theme is Big Cats: Predators Under Threat but all the...

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Aomori Japan

by zwho @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I am on a cruise that has a stop in Aomori. The things I want to see are the Museum with the festival floats, the castle and the area around it. I...

Help me plan our 3 week trip to Portugal !

by allyboy @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I just booked our flight to Portugal for a 3 week trip! We are leaving in earl May and fly in and out of Lisbon from JFK. While I haven't booked any...

10 Winter Getaways Where You Can Enjoy the Snow

by Laura Bronner @ THAT BACKPACKER

When you begin to plan your travels for winter, it can be tempting to escape the cold and head to warmer climates, but these...

Tam Dao overnight travel

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Overnight camping travel is one of the favorite activities and prevailing in youth that has been prepared everything by themselves and has space for an authentic picnic.

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Aomori Japan

by zwho @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

I am on a cruise that has a stop in Aomori. The things I want to see are the Museum with the festival floats, the castle and the area around it. I...

Things We Can Do To Save Wildlife from Extinction and Save the Planet

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Things we can do to save wildlife from extinction include everything from symbolically adopting an animal and donating to established wildlife protection and conservation organisations to learning a bit about endangered species and sharing what you learn on social media. I spent some time on...

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P&O Short Break Cruise – Pacific Pearl

by Admin@BucketListTravel @ Bucket List Travel

  In March 2017 I returned from the 4 night Bay of Islands P&O cruise on the Pacific Pearl.  This was the last voyage that we could go on before she cruised up to Singapore to then move onto her …

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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...

Weather- the most important factor in developing tourism in Vietnam

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

Weather is always the first factor in tourist’s decision making. The weather in Vietnam in 2 regions the North and the South is not the same and it belongs to tropical kind. If you are visiting Hanoi, you can see that the weather here is typical of the Northern climate with four seasons. Autumn- a

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Kangaroo Island, South Australia – Wildlife Watching on Australia’s Galapagos Island

by Lara Dunston @ Grantourismo Travels

Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island with 450 kilometres of wild coast, a pristine undeveloped interior, and an abundance of animal and marine life, making it the perfect place for some wildlife watching. Australia’s third largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island north of Darwin,...

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Food tours in Hoi An

Food tours in Hoi An


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Food tours are a way to explore Hoi An through the lens of all things delicious. Here are some of the offerings.

One Week In Vietnam: Where To Go, What To Do, And Most Importantly Where To Eat

One Week In Vietnam: Where To Go, What To Do, And Most Importantly Where To Eat


StyleCaster

Forget what you might think you know about Vietnam. Today the country doesn't resemble how it was depicted in “Apocalypse Now”, “The Deer Hunter", and “Full Metal Jacket.” This is the Vietnam on the cusp of becoming the jewel of Southeast Asia. This skinny sliver of land is about two-thirds the size of California and…

Lucy Hale Dyed Her Hair Golden-Blonde, and It’ll Be Your New Spring Color

Lucy Hale Dyed Her Hair Golden-Blonde, and It’ll Be Your New Spring Color

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

Going to the salon ASAP.

Jouer Created This Genius Brand Comparison Chart for Its Foundation Range

Jouer Created This Genius Brand Comparison Chart for Its Foundation Range

by Nikki Brown @ StyleCaster

Um, can every brand do this?!

Culinary Delights of Vietnam - 12 Days - Bucket List Travel

Culinary Delights of Vietnam - 12 Days - Bucket List Travel


Bucket List Travel

Vietnamese cuisine is fresh, fragrant and feisty; highly regarded as one of the world's best. Few realize the delicious regional variations that are found in the South, Central, and Northern styles. Experience it all on this 12-day journey up the coast.Enjoy exclusive cooking classes, market tours and meals at top restaurants. Explore the Mekong Delta, ancient Hoi An with its famous tailors, the UNESCO listed Imperial Citadel of Hue, and cruise Halong Bay on a traditional junk to immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture and history. Delightful luxury hotels, experiencing the Vietnamese culture, history, beaches and cuisine will make your trip to Vietnam a dream!•Saigon •Mekong Delta •Cooking Classes •Market Tours •Hoi An •Hue •Hanoi •Halong Bay

The power of lines

by EtienneBoss @ Hoi An Photo Tour and Workshop

In composition there is an element which is constantly present and helps creating a cleaner composition: lines.   http://www.picsofasia.com/2013/11/07/the-power-of-lines/

Strasbourg Bistro for Lunch

by kfusto @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We will be in Strasbourg for several days next month and I have begun my research for restaurants and bistros. It has been 2 years since our last...

6 days in Munich. What to do?

by elcon @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello All. I will be in Munich for 6 days this May. I have never been to Munich(or Germany for that matter)and am feeling a bit overwhelmed trying to...

The Nature of British Columbia

by Sue @ World Journeys New Zealand

When I dream of Canada, it’s images of vast forests, soaring mountains, grizzlies snapping at salmon that appear.  All that (and more) are what British Columbia, Canada’s western most province, is all about. British Columbia does nature in spades – a wild place where nature, not man, creates the boundaries, and its people, history, and […]

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The Importance of Cleaning Your Sex Toys and Exactly How to Do It

The Importance of Cleaning Your Sex Toys and Exactly How to Do It

by S. Nicole Lane @ StyleCaster

Make it a habit.

Snapchat Slammed for Prioritizing Kim Kardashian Over YouTube Shooting

Snapchat Slammed for Prioritizing Kim Kardashian Over YouTube Shooting

by Jason Pham @ StyleCaster

Snapchat has come under fire again.

6 days in Munich. What to do?

by elcon @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

Hello All. I will be in Munich for 6 days this May. I have never been to Munich(or Germany for that matter)and am feeling a bit overwhelmed trying to...

Arctic vs Antarctica

by Caroline @ World Journeys Australia

The Arctic and Antarctic both conjure up images of cold, icy, and far-flung lands but what’s the difference? How can you tell the two poles apart? Where are the penguins? What about the bears? 10 important differences to help you choose the pole for you! 1. The Arctic is sea surrounded by land (Greenland, and northern […]

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Steamed rice cake with roasted meat in Tam Dao

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Tam Dao is a pretty beautiful Town lies at an altitude close to 1,000 meters above sea level, incredibly wonderful climate, beautiful scenery and culinary extremely unique. Rolled rice is a simple dish but it is the specialty of Tam Dao , so you should try once.

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35 Perfectly Versatile Jumpsuits to Take You Through Spring

35 Perfectly Versatile Jumpsuits to Take You Through Spring

by Kristen Bousquet @ StyleCaster

One and done.

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...

Dau Mo – The soul of many Vietnamese traditional dishes

by upbai @ Vietnamese Style

Many of Hanoi’s signature dishes, such as bun dau mam tom (fermented shrimp paste with fried tofu and rice vermicelli) or oc nau chuoi dau (snail soup with green banana, fried tofu and perilla leaves), have tofu as the main ingredient.

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Bar Review: Iron Balls Gin Parlour on Sukhumvit 45, Phrom Phong, Bangkok

by Yadin Moha @ City Nomads

The humble gin and tonic has a recipe so simple that anyone with opposable thumbs could easily build a decent G&T at home. Is it really worth getting all dressed up and going to a fancy bar in Bangkok to sample this simplest of cocktails? If the bar in question is Iron Balls Gin Parlour, […]

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Where to go in Can Tho? – Mekong Delta travel guide

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

With many unique tourist attractions and waterfront restaurants, Can Tho is a popular base for a Mekong Delta boat trip and a day trip from Ho Chi Minh City. My Khanh tourist village in Mekong delta About five kilometers from Can Tho City by road or river, My Khanh tourist village, which covers a total

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How to get to Sa Dec?

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

With tree-lined streets and faded colonial villas, ringed with huge flower markets and tropical fruit gardens, the riverside town of Sa Dec is a comparatively peaceful city, which has enough to keep you occupied for a morning or afternoon. To get more information, you can click: Tours to Indochina How to get there By public

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Vietnam – Hoi An, foodies’ paradise

Vietnam – Hoi An, foodies’ paradise

by ccortez78 @ hoi an – foodwinewisdom

We loved Hoi An.  It is a foodie’s paradise.  It is bordered on one side with beaches that are clean.  The town is small and can walk the entire area…great exercise and every turn, there is a foodie’s place to … Continue reading

Amsterdam to Bruges - best direct way to travel

by gd_smith @ Fodor's Travel Talk Forums

We arrive in Amsterdam by plane at 10:15 am on a Monday and need to get to our hotel in Bruges the same day. There are 4 seniors travelling and want...

Swimming with Sharks Fiji

by Michelle Downey @ Bucket List Travel

October 2016 – I went away to Fiji for the High Achievers reward trip.  We stayed at the Hilton Fiji which was lovely and we also got taken on a trip to swim with Black and White tip reef Sharks. …

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Private photography workshop

by EtienneBoss @ Hoi An Photo Tour and Workshop

Unlike the sunrise and sunset photo tours that we are offering on a daily basis, the private photography workshop gives you the choice on the time and location of your choice. While most photography workshops we run happen in Hoi An old town, due to its amazing photo opportunities, some people feel like getting lost […]

Cambodia:  Sunrise and Sunset at Angkor Wat

Cambodia: Sunrise and Sunset at Angkor Wat

by ccortez78 @ foodwinewisdom

At 5 AM, our driver took us to Angkor Wat where we joined at least a few hundred others.  It was dark but I had my miniature flashlight to light the way  as we cautiously made our way to the … Continue reading

Photo essay: One road and a tale of cultures

by Max Haensel @ We love it Wild

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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...

Da Lat- a taste of nature

by admin @ Cruise Mekong River

Da Lat is the capital of Lam Dong province. This city will remind you a lot of about Paris because of not only famous for its beautiful sceneries with 4 seasons in the year but another thing that not many people know about Da Lat is a special cuisine made from local flowers, fruits and

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