Food and Travel
Travel and food go together!! There are so many new tastes to savour and investigate; from the delicious to the truly bizarre. Here are our top tips; from the best spots for coffee and not-to-be-missed local eateries to cooking schools in exotic locations and tours that incorporate more than a taste of the local tipple!
Who’s hungry? In the On The Go office, there’s a saying. “Don’t let your fingers get too near the bloggers’ mouths.” We’re always starving. Our latest competition really hasn’t made matters any better. It’s a co-promotion with Unearthed Foods, a … Continue reading
A member of our team recently returned from a tailor-made trip to India, and had these incredible photos to share of the magnificent Taj Hotels and scenery. Take a unique look at India and discover something new!
Vietnam is filled with beautiful places and incredible scenery, Hoi An Ancient Town is no exception to that rule. The town’s name translates as “peaceful meeting place”, and it’s just that as it exudes an idyllic charm. What to do … Continue reading
The beautiful city of Antigua is bordered by three volcanoes: Agua, Fuego and Acatenango. Its Spanish colonial-style architecture and cobbled streets provide fantastic photo opportunities at every corner. The city is world-renowned for its local crafts, from terracotta and ceramics … Continue reading
The sacred city of Kandy is the second largest in Sri Lanka, behind the capital Colombo. From an ancient indigenous kingdom to a British colonial outpost Kandy has a long and rich history. The UNESCO World Heritage city has had … Continue reading
Travelling is all about making memories and having experiences you’ll never forget and a trip to the stunning Iguaçu National Park in South-West Brazil, which is home to the impressive Iguaçu Falls, will certainly provide that. Situated on the Iguaçú … Continue reading
The former capital of the Incan Empire, Cuzco has a long and tumultuous history. From the Killke culture that inhabited the area 900 years ago to the bustling modern-day metropolis, Cuzco has plenty to see and do. From culture to adventure … Continue reading
In all the hustle and bustle of Delhi it can be hard to know where to go for a meal. Who does the best curry? And what if you feel like Chinese? Or something European? How about a night out … Continue reading
Beijing is an incredibly busy city, and in the midst of all the modern development it can be hard to know where to find remnants of China’s rich cultural past – without guidance that is. You don’t have to … Continue reading
There are few better ways to get an insight into China’s rich and varied history than taking a trip to the Forbidden City in the heart of Beijing. The vast ancient complex was built some 580 years ago and has … Continue reading