People often wonder why I’m so passionate about food travel. Well, the biggest reason is that I firmly believe that culture and cuisine go hand in hand, creating a vibrant tapestry of flavors, traditions, and stories. The culinary landscape of a region is often a reflection of its rich cultural heritage. This week, I’d like to delve into the fascinating link between culture and cuisine, exploring how they influence and enrich each other.
Chile is the narrowest nation in the world, yet its borders provide some of the most diverse terrains. It’s no secret that the country offers a vast array of exciting things to do and see for people of all ages. You never know what you might come across next, from waterfalls to mountains, hot springs […]
Lately, I’ve been writing a lot about new ways to experience destinations. The pandemic has taught us that we should take nothing for granted, and I, for one, am re-evaluating my choices in terms of the quality of the experience while I’m on vacation. For those of you who know me well, you know I love […]
As the most vibrant island in the Caribbean, Aruba is more than meets the eye. With untouched beaches and a ton of adventures awaiting, there’s an endless amount of fun to be had. But what about the island’s food? Well, that’s just as good, maybe even better, especially after a long day of exploration. So, […]
As the weather turns colder and the snow starts to fall, many people in northern states dream of a warmer climate, swaying palm trees and poolside cocktails with little umbrellas. Looking for ideas on where you can travel now, where you can put your toes in the sand for a few days? One of my […]