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Taste of London, Winter 2014

Still pondering whether to get yourself a ticket for this year’s Taste of London?  Here’s my snapshot of what’s on offer from Thursday’s opening night.  Tickets on the door are £25, slightly cheaper if you buy online.   736 more words

Food Festivals

30 Days of Thankful: Day 20

Happy birthday to my cousin (and almost birthday twin!), Catherine. I’ve looked up to her for as long as I can remember, and she is one of the kindest, most generous people I know, with the best sense of humor. 329 more words

LONDON EATERIES - High end glamour at Gaucho, Charlotte Street

Charlotte Street is one of London’s pretty Streets, set just off Tottenham Court Road and right in the heart of central London.  This little street is bustling in the evenings and full of trendy bars, as well as cool restaurants.   941 more words

Food

The Train and Tupiza

After La Paz it was time to see something of the more rural Bolivia. Our plan was to head to Tupiza and then get a jeep tour of the South West of Bolivia culminating at the Uyuni Salt flat, the largest in the world. 221 more words

Adventure Sport

Photo 101: Solitude

Today’s theme is solitude and I could not think of a more appropriate picture to capture this feeling.

Finding solitude in Isla Vista, Ca. #gauchostrong

A barbecue with gauchos in the Argentine Pampa

Argentina is one of the countries I have always dreamt of visiting. This 1,073,518 sq mi country known for its vast deserts, pampas and mountains but also for its meat, that is supposed to be the best beef you can find on this planet. 389 more words

Horseback Riding Travels

Buenos Aires--Estancia Santa Susana

In case you’re new to the blog, T and I live in rural Argentina.  So rural that sometimes the water main breaks and the entire town is out of water while every man in town gathers all of the duct tape and WD-40 he can find and stands around a giant hole and tries to fix it. 826 more words

Argentina