Island Guide

Bartolome Island, Galapagos Islands

The Best Complete Travel Guides To Galapagos Islands

January 24, 2017

Each island boasts its own unique landscape, ranging from barren black, volcanic rocks to swaths of white sand beaches melting into gemstone-blue waters. The Galapagos Islands are a bucket-list destination for good reason: Thanks to a lack of natural predators, friendly wildlife such as playful sea lions and gigantic sea tortoises let visitors get up […]

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Hash It Out Portland, Oregon Truck

Top 4 Must-Taste Food Trucks In Portland

January 21, 2017

Well! As  we all known, Portland is known for its eclectic food scene. You’ll find lines out the door of upscale French restaurants and even longer wait times at tiny donut shops. But one of the best ways to get a taste of the Rose City is to hit the plethora of food trucks. You’ll […]

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WinterFest at The Resort at Paws Up

7 Food Festivals In This Winter That You Can’t Miss

January 16, 2017

Well! Winter culinary events brighten dreary days with flavorful food and wine pairings, cooking demos led by renowned chefs and other activities that embrace the snowy season. And here also the 7 winter food festival that you don’s wanna miss. 1. WinterFest, Greenough, Montana WinterFest at The Resort at Paws Up, a luxury ranch resort […]

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Croatian recipe for candied orange peel

Must-try Croatian Traditional Recipes: Candied Orange Peel

January 14, 2017

If you have ever traveled to the south of Croatia, you have probably came across the traditional sweet in this area – candied orange peel. Here, they are called Arancini. Personally, I am addicted to these treats. Well! Today I am very pleased to share with you the must-try croatian traditional food: Candied orange peel […]

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Visit Saintly Mummies

The Most Unique Travel Experiences In Croatia

January 11, 2017

Now it’s time to veer off the beaten path for some experiences that are uniquely Croatian — from sipping wine in an ancient cave under a busy city airport to basking in 5-star luxury in a remote century-old lighthouse.You’ve paraded through Diocletian’s Palace, you’ve sauntered along Dubrovnik’s city walls. So here are our picks for […]

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Frozen Cocktails

Top 6 Best Classic Frozen Cocktails Around the World

January 10, 2017

In fact, frozen cocktails are enjoying a revival across the U.S. with such cutting edge cocktail meccas as Chicago’s Drumbar, Las Vegas’s Numb and New York City’s The Tippler specializing in delicious brain freeze concoctions. Frozen cocktails are traditionally associated with warmer months but there’s no reason why they can’t be imbibed throughout the year. […]

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Top Five Things That Do Not Miss In Rio de Janeiro

January 10, 2017

Well! I am very pleased to share with you the top five things to do in Rio which is  in no discernible order here. Okay, let’s  start to it! Top 1. Sugariloaf  Ok, it may be perfunctory to say, but it really must be done. The vistas from the top of the place where Jaws […]

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Shopping in Zagreb

Travel Tips for Shopping in Zagreb Croatia

January 6, 2017

For fresh fruit and vegetables but also meat, fish and eggs visit one of the green markets (Dolac, British Square, Kvatric Square). Here, you will also find homemade pasta and different dairy products. Dolac is open from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m. from Monday until Saturday and from 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Sunday. Markets […]

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Coffee and a delicious budino di riso to start the day

Taste Fabulous Food on the Other Side of Florence

January 5, 2017

Well! It’s never too late to find out the Florence’s fabulous and yummy food. Today, I will share the Other side of Florence and our guide Gaia to eat our way around the two main areas of the Oltrano, Santo Spirito and San Frediano. The Oltrano is a working class area. Many families have lived here for […]

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Krapinske Toplice

The Best Wellness Centers and Spas in Croatia

January 4, 2017

The Croatian word for “spa” is toplice, and you’ll see the word referenced on many websites as well as emblazoned on hotel signs throughout the country. And while some of Croatia’s healing centers are still fairly utilitarian in terms of aesthetics (after all, the tradition was just as important in communist times as it is […]

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