Food

Tasting my way through Margaret River in Australia

[ad_1] Until I moved over to this part of the world, i.e., the Pacific, the concept of Australia as a foodie destination never even entered my head. Vegemite and kangaroo burgers? Hard pass. But a foodie destination it is, and it didn’t take long for me to wake up and smell the perfectly brewed coffee to know that the dining ...

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8 reasons to love Christchurch, New Zealand

[ad_1] Lieselot De Brauwer is a freelance writer and travel blogger. She sees herself as a world citizen, but lost her heart to New Zealand and was an expat in Christchurch. She specializes in New Zealand and Canada travel, outdoor adventures and inspiring others to explore new places on her blog The World is a Circus So you’re finally planning ...

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Eating my way through Buenos Aires

[ad_1] I hope you’re hungry! I’m about to share what to eat in Buenos Aires! I’m not sure I’ve ever felt so fat after a trip than when I visited Buenos Aires for a week. Blanket statement, I know. To be honest, I did it to myself, obviously. Why eat one empanada when you can eat five? Am I right? ...

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48 hours in vibrant Buenos Aires

[ad_1] It’s been almost 10 years since I visited South America, Peru, in fact, during my spring back of my last year of university, and coincidentally, the trip where I first started this blog. Holy crap! I’ll leave that to process later. But for now, it’s time to revisit an incredible part of the world again and take a break ...

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7 reasons why New Zealand’s coffee culture rules

[ad_1] Growing up as an American, I had a very specific view on cafe culture, one well portrayed on the big screen with oversized, complicated drink orders, an overabundance of disposable cups, and a wifi connection so good you could easily turn your tiny cafe table into your own personal office space. I knew nothing about New Zealand coffee. I quickly ...

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