It is no secret that there is something very special about Oaxaca. The vibrant and colonial streets are a delight. Ponder the culture at Monte Alban, browse the fascinating food markets, feast on gourmet or sumptuous street food, enjoy a street festival and then the round off the evening in a Mezcal bar. IfContinue reading “Oaxaca”
Tag Archives: Food
Bologna – La Grassa
Rick Stein, the renowned Cornish chef turned TV Gourmet-Traveller has been responsible for many of our destination choices recently. It was his influence that fuelled our desire to visit the food capital of Italy and is one of the reasons we head off to Mexico in the next few weeks. Before you start toContinue reading “Bologna – La Grassa”
Rampant Rabbits and Delicious Dumplings in Hualien
Our home for the next three days would be the rabbit themed – The Holland Windmill B&B – one of the quirkiest places in which we have stayed.
One Day in La Paz – Bolivia
La Paz is one of the few cities where we have found that taking a tour has many benefits over the DIY approach
Eating In Medellin
What to eat and where to eat in Medellin. The top three.
Must dos in Medellin
No longer the most dangerous city in the world – unless you are a unicyclist on a tightrope at a set of traffic lights!