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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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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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roast beetroot & onion galette with shaved goats cheese pecorino

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

I stumbled across this older recipe of mine  for a roast beetroot & onion galette with shaved goats cheese pecorino. while looking for images to re-edit. I’m teaching myself a few new editing skills in Lightroom so I need images that I can play with. This is a really delicious vegetarian pie that can be [...]

What to eat in Hoi An, Vietnam

What to eat in Hoi An, Vietnam


Drizzle and Dip

Last year I went on an amazing adventure to Vietnam with a strong focus on eating as much amazing Vietnamese food as was physically possible. Exploring the world via my stomach is always going&nbsp…

pickled mushrooms with herbs & lemon

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

I posted about this recipe for pickled mushrooms right at the beginning of my blogging days and I always remembered how delicious it was. It’s vibrant in flavour and so very easy to make. It also fits well with my healthy eating plan and I’m going out of my way to hunt down healthy recipes [...]

The unspoiled island

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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CƠM TẤM 43 – Old Saigon Charm

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

CƠM TẤM 43 43 Nguyễn Văn Lạc Bình Thạnh District 0120 855 0155 *********************** A simple, classic Saigon street eatery – that’s what Hai and I were looking for this morning as we left our apartment beside “our” canal (the Thi Nghe Canal in Bình Thạnh District). And happily, we quickly found it … Cơm Tấm 43 [Read on ...]

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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Hàn Phố – Mì Quảng at its Best

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

Hàn Phố 14/40d Kỳ Đồng Street P.9, Q.3 08.22470550 0913106700 ******************************** SETTING: It’s a new year (2018 Western calendar). It’s Hai’s birthday (he won’t let me give you his exact age, but he’s not in his 30’s anymore). It’s just 24 hours into our return to Saigon after many months away.  And now, it’s time [Read on ...]

hot cross bun biscotti

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

On my recent trip to Italy I was expecting to go mad for all the pizza, pasta and gelato and of course I absolutely did. I intuitively knew I was going explore more pastries than I had done on previous trips, but I wasn’t expecting to be blown away by biscotti. In Florence at the [...]

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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A taste of Hoi An

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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The Food of Turkey

by Ted Hunter @ TravelersPress

You can tell a lot about a country with the food that they eat. The food is one of the best things about visiting a new country where you have not been before, and there can be a world of delights waiting for you on your next trip

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Cam Lập Trilogy: Part 1 – The Journey Begins

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

So, we’ve all pondered those rhetorical questions, “What would you want to do if the doctor told you that you only had a few days left on the planet and you could do anything you wanted? How would you want to spend your last 72 hours?” Well, for me that’s an easy one. Easy because [Read on ...]

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!

Celebrating Vietnam’s Lunar New Year – 2018

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

Once again, Hai and I are in Saigon preparing for the main festivity of this year, or any year … TET, the Vietnamese Lunar New Year! The Year of the Dog I thought it would be fun to look back & remember our preparations last year for the Tet Holiday. *************************************** TET – 2017 (re-post) [Read on ...]

Hoi An Food Tour (Part 1)

Hoi An Food Tour (Part 1)


Eating Saigon!

Hoi An Food Tour (Part 1) Ancient Town in Hoi An is stunning.  It is easy to appreciate why UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site, as one of Southeast Asia’s premier historical trading por…

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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Memories of Old Lima, Peru

by Mike Gasparovic @ TravelersPress

Sprawling, noisy, bustling with traffic and people at all hours of the day and night, Lima seems to epitomize the chaotic South American capital. But its modern façade conceals a romantic past.

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The Classic Inca Trail

by Andreas Ambarchian @ TravelersPress

The Classic Inca Trail, accessed via Cusco, Peru, is a four day trek that takes hikers up to heights of 4,200 metres on a route incorporating stretches of original Inca path, passing underneath huge glacial mountains and through luxuriant sub-tropical jungle.

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Adelaide Has Something For Everyone – And Then Some…

by Chris Thompson @ TravelersPress

Australia’s southern coast is home to many wonderful beaches, interesting sights to see, and fabulous food to eat. Adelaide has all of these. Conveniently located toward the center of the south coast, travel to and from Adelaide is easy.

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crispy fried egg on avo toast with mushrooms, spinach & pesto

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

Last week it was with great jubilation that I attended the South African Avocado Growers Association breakfast at Open Door Restaurant in Constantia. Jubilation because it was to officially announce the start of the new avocado season (if that isn’t a reason to celebrate I don’t know what is) and the winner of their Avocado [...]

roasted butternut, ricotta & feta phyllo pie

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

Back in 2014 I wrote an article on savoury pies for the American magazine formerly known as Organic Gardener. Its now called Organic Life and encompasses a little more than gardening. I loved doing all the research on savoury pies and of course coming up with my recipes. I created pies across the spectrum. From [...]

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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How to Spend a Weekend in Hoi An, Vietnam

How to Spend a Weekend in Hoi An, Vietnam


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A few months ago I went on a whirlwind tour of Vietnam from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City. Without a doubt, the highlight of my trip came during the two days I spent in the coastal town of Hoi An. By the time I rolled into Hoi An, I was pretty wiped from traveling. I decided to take it easy and only hit up a few local attractions. My laid-back weekend turned out to be one incredible experience.

sunday brunch at the yard in the silo district

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

The Yard in the Silo District is now serving a Sunday brunch and for us Capetonians this is exciting. There aren’t a lot of good brunching options in this fair city of ours and especially not on a Sunday. The City Bowl basically shuts down, and other than venturing into southern suburbia; there are few [...]

Six Great South African Escapes

by Scarlett Huxley @ TravelersPress

We all know that South Africa has some wonderful holiday destinations to escape to – places like Cape Town and Krueger Park are two of the hottest destinations for holiday makers – but there are plenty of other hidden gems in South Africa that make for a great escape.

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Where the Mantas run wild 

by Nanda @ We love it Wild

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alison roman’s famous salted butter & choc chip shortbread cookies

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

If you spend a lot of time on the food internet it’s almost certain you would have encountered the now famous Alison Roman’s salted butter & chocolate chip shortbread cookies. They went viral. I saw them so many times it was impossible to ignore. I also thought I simply HAD to make them because how [...]

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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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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Discover a Hidden Faro, Portugal Beyond the Beach: Skeletons, a Waterfall, and Roman Ruins

by Sam Browne @ TravelersPress

Faro offers several off-the-beaten-track attractions for travelers with an appreciation for the unusual and a desire to leave the tourist crowds behind. Here we'll look at 3 amazing sites that are easily accessible by car.

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The Coffee House

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

The Coffee House 14B1 Ngô Tất Tố, Phường 19 Bình Thạnh District 02871 087 088 www.thecoffeehouse.com ********************** OK, so I was ready to strangle someone at my apartment house. Today’s plan was to relax, enjoy my jet-lag in the quiet air-conditioned comfort of our new apartment here in Saigon; update some Eating Saigon! posts; and [Read on ...]

The Fast (5:2) Diet

by noreply@blogger.com (Jenny Singleton) @ Culinary Wanderlust

I'm not one for fad diets. I just don't believe in them, because they just seem doomed to fail. I'm a firm believer that most people who lose weight do so through lifestyle changes in terms of diet and exercise, and not from subsisting solely on shakes or cabbage soup or grapefruit. And even if they do lose weight that way, (and I'm sure some do), they gain it back because who could keep eating nothing but cabbage soup and grapefruit for the rest of their lives? Who would want to?

Even though I firmly believe this to be true, it also doesn't work for me. I'm not saying that if I could stick to a reasonable amount of calories each day and exercise regularly that I wouldn't lose weight; I know I would. The thing is that I don't have the discipline or the willpower. I'm ridiculously good at finding excuses not to exercise, with anything from a bit of rain or it being the wrong time of day (traffic-wise) to fatigue or a scratchy throat preventing me from exercising. I once didn't go to the gym because I didn't have my headphones with me. I'm the queen of excuses. And it's discouraging, because when I do get motivated and find the time to exercise regularly for a few weeks, something always happens to stop me just as I'm getting into it, like a sprained ankle or illness or simply a busy week, and I have a lot of trouble getting started again. This time of year it's simply too hot to exercise outside, and I don't have a gym membership. It's that simple.

I have similar problems when it comes to food. I know full well what I should and shouldn't eat, but you may have noticed that I like food a lot and have a bit of a sweet tooth (understatement of the year!). I try to eat well, and I actually think I do ok at it compared to what I see some other people eating, but I definitely have my weaknesses and it's virtually impossible to say no when something delicious is right in front of me.

And yet I know that I have it in me. I've had a Snickers bar in my fridge for months. I know it's there, and now and then I see it and I leave it there. For what, I don't know, but the same thing happens with the can of coke on my counter that's been there since Christmas and the chocolate chips in my fridge that only very occasionally do I dip into when I'm having an intense chocolate craving and there's nothing else around. So how is it possible that these things can just stay there without me touching them, but I think I have no willpower?

I don't have an answer for this, except that possibly my sweet cravings attack more when I'm at work than at home, and when I do get them at home I know I'll be happy enough with something smaller than an entire Snickers bar or a whole can of Coke. Hence the chocolate chips very slowly disappearing!

The solution for all of this may be the Fast Diet. A few weeks ago when I got back from my vacation at home, my friend Christine mentioned that she was on a diet. The thing is, Christine is not at all what anyone would call fat, so I was a bit surprised. When she explained it, I confess that my first thought was that it would be impossible or unhealthy, which is my reaction to most fad diets. However, after giving it some thought and looking at the web page for it, I decided to look into it further. Christine gave me a copy of the BBC program that started it all, called Eat, Fast and Live Longer, which I dutifully watched, and I downloaded the book and gave it a quick read. It turns out that this diet isn't just about weight loss, but there are other possible health benefits too, such as lowered cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and some people report more energy and even higher mental acuity! I'm not going into the science of it here; if you're interested just check out the website and/or the book.

The diet is based on Intermittent Fasting, which in this case means severely restricting your calorie intake for two days a week (which can be non-consecutive) and eating normally for the other five days. In this sense it's not even truly fasting, because on the "fast" days women are allowed 500 calories, and men 600. However, if you've ever tried restricting yourself to 500 calories in a day, you'll know that it's really not very much!

The beauty is that while those two days suck a bit, the other five days are ok! They are what make the two fast days bearable. Telling myself that no, I can't have that chocolate or cheese or go to chicken street on a fast day is much easier when I know that I can have it the next day. Obviously, I can't completely overindulge on the regular days, or that would completely defeat the purpose, but I actually haven't found that I've wanted to. I do find, however, that while previously I might have hesitated to make those cookies I'm craving, now I just do it, so maybe that's not so good!

The thing is, the lack of sweets on a fast day doesn't bother me much. I'm having a different sort of problem. Obviously, the best thing to do is to choose food on your fast day that is going to stick with you (low GI) which means lots of oats, beans and other legumes, and tons of veggies. I'm struggling with this. I usually start my day with a breakfast of some oats, plain yogurt, and strawberries, (which isn't far off a normal day's breakfast for me) then take a lunch to work which usually consists of a little bit of prawn, tuna, or chicken breast, along with some couscous, quinoa, beans, or lentils and a ton of veggies. I realized pretty quickly that these meals were going to have to not always taste the same, and I made a pretty successful chili-type mixture last week, but this week's meals have not been so great. My curry I made for Tuesday didn't go down too well, and today I only ate half of my chickpea, quinoa, and tomato salad. Not because I wasn't hungry, I just didn't want to eat it. The thing is, both of those meals should have been delicious.

This actually concerns me a little. Have I unwittingly made my body so accustomed to fat and sugar and salt that when my meals are lacking that, I can't even eat them? How do I change this?

So after today's meal didn't even get completely eaten, I've realized that I'm going about this all wrong. I'm trying to make myself eat things twice a week that I don't normally consume all that often, and my stomach and tastebuds are rebelling. I'm thinking I'm going to have to stick to things I'm used to eating (but obviously in much smaller quantities than normal) if I'm going to keep this up. I'm not saying I'll be eating chocolate cake on fast days or that the quinoa and couscous will completely disappear, but I'm going to have to find ways to adapt my usual meals to somthing fast diet-friendly.

I know full well there are recipe books for this diet out there, and I guess it's time I buy one. I've been resisting because I suspect that most of the recipes in them are meant to be freshly cooked, rather than heated up in a microwave at work. However, I'm also thinking that I should change my eating schedule to a lunch-dinner or breakfast-dinner, rather than the breakfast-lunch I was doing, and that will allow me to actually cook myself an evening meal of things I like! It might also help with the fact that on fast days I seem to have trouble sleeping (although it's probably too soon to say if it's that for sure).

I've been doing this for four weeks, and I'm not entirely sure it's doing anything, but I'm going to stick with it because what I typically do with any kind of exercise or diet routine is expect amazing results too soon and thus get discouraged and give up. And although on the fast days I get hungry, by the time it reaches 7 or 8 o'clock in the evening, there's no way I'm going to give in and eat then, because the entire day of food restriction will have been a waste, and I really don't want to have to do it AGAIN to make up for it! And maybe if I switch my eating schedule around, I'll find a way to make this work better for me. People seem to be getting results no matter what time of day they consume their calorie quota, so it's just a matter of figuring out how to make it work for me.

So, if you're still reading this, watch this space, and you might see recipes of things I make for my fast days, and actually want to eat. I'll also update every so often, so you'll know if it's actually having any effect!

  

Camping Getaways on a Shoe-String Budget

by James Motor @ TravelersPress

Since the recession hit many of us have begun opting for a more traditional domestic staycation for our summer vacations, heading to the many beautiful hot spots that we’ve often overlooked in favor of foreign destinations.

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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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Things to Do in Abu Dhabi

by Nadia Quraishi @ TravelersPress

If you are planning a trip to Abu Dhabi (UAE), be sure to see this article to find out the best activities for your stay.

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Enjoy Snow Trekking in the Himalayas

by Zara Jones @ TravelersPress

The picturesque Himalayas have always been renowned as a great destination for all trekking enthusiasts. It has some of the most breathtaking glaciers, landscapes, forests and lakes that make trekking an unforgettable adventure activity.

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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.

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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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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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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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.

A few recipes for your easter feasting

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

Am I the only person that feels like winter descended on us very abruptly this year? I’m hauling out winter clothes and fluffy bed throws and have been tempted on more than one occasion to put the heater on. I’m not complaining but I was kind of hoping for a few warm autumnal days to [...]

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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risotto alla milanese with brown butter pan fried prawns

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

Just the thought of risotto alla Milanese – a classic Italian dish, makes me very happy. I pride myself in my risotto making ability and have fine-tuned the technique over the years. It’s a simple dish that relies quite heavily on a few basic skills by the cook. If you get it wrong you land [...]

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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BOSGAURUS – “Keeping Hope Awake”

by admin @ Eating Saigon!

BOSGAURUS Saigon Pearl 92 Nguyễn Hữu Cảnh Q. Bình Thạnh +84 901426877 **************************** So, it might seem that Eating Saigon!, in addition to revealing some of the best street food eating adventures in Saigon, devotes an inordinate amount of time and space discussing coffee and cafes. But, there’s a very good reason – “When in [Read on ...]

Photo essay: One road and a tale of cultures

by Max Haensel @ We love it Wild

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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.

Hoi An Food Tour by Motorbike in Hoi An - Activity in Hoi An, Vietnam - Justgola

Hoi An Food Tour by Motorbike in Hoi An - Activity in Hoi An, Vietnam - Justgola


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If you’re really feeling adventurous, Hoi An Food Tour is your right choice. Eat at the best local street food stalls and discover hard-to-find gems that most tourists would miss

easy no-churn lemon ice cream cake

by Sam @ Drizzle and Dip

This recipe for an easy no-churn lemon ice cream cake comes from the first recipe journal I had as a child. I started writing down and saving recipes I liked around the age of 11 and I have clear memories of making this ice cream cake at a friend’s house and falling it love with [...]

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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Costa Rica: One of Latin America’s Most Family Friendly Destinations

by Tara Leigh @ TravelersPress

If you've ever been to Costa Rica, you'll know that this small country is probably one of, if not the, most family-friendly vacation spots in Latin America. The ubiquity of high quality, kid-friendly tours of this country's stunning natural charms make it an easy, obvious choice for many families.

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