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Marea Al Fresco: More Than a Great Experience in Fine Dining

Travelers like us may not readily acknowledge it, but in many ways, we unconsciously define our experience in a hospitality establishment by the quality and variety of food being served. 1,276 more words

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taste cultural food tours: global explorer

About 30km west of Sydney CBD is a suburb called Fairfield. A suburb that has opened its arms to people of 139 cultural backgrounds…. The most culturally diverse place in the world. 667 more words




Botswana has a large land mass with lots of productive farmland and grazing land for cattle. The markets in Botswana are full of meats like beef, lamb, chicken, river fish and some bushmeat as well as vegetables like cabbage, legumes, tomatoes, lettuce and more. 62 more words

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#Food: Nick the South African Typ and what he likes to eat

Nick the South African Typ and what he likes to eat

By Alexandra Athanasopoulou Köpping

Today, I will be talking about Nicholas Dietrich. Nick is a friend and a colleague from university who moved to Europe from South Africa five years ago to pursue a Master’s degree ( 823 more words




The Republic of Tajikistan is located in Central Asia with a vast history of occupation and rulers. Tajikistan finally became an independent country in 1991 after the fall of the Soviet Union. 97 more words

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This Is How You Can Confirm Everything You've Heard About Filipinos

You’ve often read about Filipinos in some listicle online and met or know some Filipinos in the US. But have you actually been to a Filipino event to confirm all the things they say about Filipinos? 636 more words

Lamian Restaurant: A Never-Ending Culinary Buffet of Sumptuous Meals

Big adventures require great helpings of delicious food. Sumptuous, nutritious meals truly raise our morale and increase our energy level. That is why we don’t usually settle on canned or preserved food during our trips and adventures. 1,019 more words

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