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!

Delhi gears up for the Formula 1 Grand Prix

The drama and excitement of the Formula 1 Grand Prix finally makes its way to the Indian subcontinent for the very first time in October this year. Delhi’s Buddh International Circuit plays host to the noise and speed of the … Continue reading

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Team Kevan arrive in Beijing.

Katie and Evan have completed their Trans-Siberian adventure and have arrived in Beijing on the first stop of their Beyond the City Walls tour. The Forbidden City, The Great Wall and a tummy-full of roast duck. Read on! The weather in … Continue reading

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Time for a summer escape? Try Croatia.

Matt’s not handling the cloudy UK weather too well and looks abroad to sunnier climes on the Adriatic Coast. If you live in the UK, you may be forgiven for thinking that summer was a rumour, a tease invented by … Continue reading

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SihanoukVille seafood – the freshest ever!

While I was in Cambodia I had the freshest seafood I think I have ever experienced. My favourite was in SihanoukVille, a lazy beach side town that is the perfect spot to rest for a few days on your holiday … Continue reading

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Serve up a bit of Moroccan magic

It’s not just the markets, the landscapes, the people or the fascinating architecture that people love about Morocco; one of the best things about the place is its cuisine. There really is nothing like an authentic Moroccan tagine, or North … Continue reading

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A true gastronomic delight!

I’ve always enjoyed decent French cuisine and really wanted to learn a few dishes so last summer I booked a flight into Toulouse and headed to the little historical village of Gramont, right in the heart of Gascony. An absolutely … Continue reading

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Learning to cook Vietnamese cuisine

From the sunny, lush southern regions to the mountainous north, you’ll find sleepy rural villages, buzzing cities and stunning beaches to explore in Vietnam. A country of beautiful landscapes, rich history and unique culture, Vietnam also has some delicious cuisine … Continue reading

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Exploring India & Nepal with the Team Kevan Trio

Team Kevan’s Mom tells us about experiencing India, learning to ride elephants, Indian food, giant mice and successful luggage negotiations. Namaste everyone! I am home safe and sound after a wonderful trip through India and Nepal on The Highway to Himalayas tour … Continue reading

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Drinking coffee: snobbing my way around the world

Being an addict is hardly ever something to boast about, but there are far worse things to be a habitual user of than coffee. I’ll admit that it isn’t the healthiest of beverages if consumed steadily for long periods, and … Continue reading

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Experiencing Chinese cuisine

One of the things that people enjoy most about their visits to China is the amazing food. While in Beijing it is compulsory to visit the famous Wangfujing Night Food Market for a once-in-a-lifetime Chinese cuisine experience. As the name indicates … Continue reading

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