The best way to get a feel for a country and its culture is through its food. So it is not surprising that culinary tours or cooking vacations are on the rise…and the locations and options are limitless. There are one-day cooking workshops, week long cooking classes and cultural tours, or even a gourmet day tour without cooking.
The island of Chiloé, in southern Chile, is a place that you probably have never heard of.
Chiloé has a cool breezy climate which is a pleasant alternative to the dry heat of Chile’s big cities.
The pristine island and its diverse ecosystem, which has remained largely free from colonialism and capitalism, attracted Charles Darwin to explore in 1834 and the island has not changed much.
One of the most exciting adventures for a traveler is trying the local food. Some of the best foodie cities are found in Asia and often, the tastiest foods are found on the streets. In our Best Street Food series, we will put together a list of some of the best street foods in Asia’s top foodie cities.
Hanoi is considered by many to be one of the world’s greatest food capitals and a street-eater’s paradise with plenty of options for those who want to eat like a local.
There are so many sights to see in the bustling metropolis of Shanghai, from the Bund on Nanjing Road to Yuyuan Garden. Make sure you add one or more of the city’s top tourist locations to your itinerary. It also helps to keep a few Shanghai travel tips in mind during your trip…
Eclectic neighborhoods packed with artists of all kinds, cafes, organic food shops, and trendy stores are such a blast to walk around and make discoveries. Here are five “it” spots to explore.
Being nicknamed the Garden City, Victoria has earned a reputation for its green, spacious beauty. Sometimes referred to as the “Barbados of British Columbia,” this warm location has become well known for being a great place for families to visit. From whale watching to museum touring, there is something to see for families of all sizes.
Moving up from high school to college or university means making big changes. Suddenly, students have to take more responsibility for their own lives. Often they live independently away from home and have to complete their schoolwork without the encouragement and support of a watchful parent or teacher. In recent years, it has become something of a tradition to take a break between these two stages of study – called a gap year…