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Food markets around the world

Markets are one of my favourite places to visit when I travel.  Of course I love the big (usually) outdoor markets with their fresh produce and cast of characters, but I also like visiting grocery stores and supermarkets to see what’s different — and what’s the same — as other places I’ve been. 102 more words

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Togetherness sees Amaranth FC bloom

Published by the Yorkshire Evening Post.

Amaranth FC is an exotic choice of name for a football club based on the outskirts of Leeds. 1,120 more words

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High-altitude dining: Cusco, Peru

Food is always a top priority when you’re travelling, but the challenges of eating well are made even more so when you’re at altitude.  Not only is your body fighting the effects of the air pressure, chefs are having to make serious accommodations in the kitchen. 74 more words

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Seeing -- and being seen -- in Galapagos

When you’re in the Galápagos islands, it’s not always clear who is watching whom.

Q: Are you there observing the animals, or are they checking you out? 105 more words

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Russian National Ballet Theatre: Cinderella

On Saturday, the Wichita Grand Opera began its fifteenth season with a performance of Sergei Prokofiev’s Cinderella by the Russian National Ballet Theatre. I had the opportunity to review it for the… 8 more words

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Food addictions

One of my favourite things about getting to travel so much is trying new foods.

I’ve eaten some weird things and some delicious things, and some things both weird and delicious.   145 more words

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History-making Impact in Champions League final

Published by MLS GB.

For Montreal Impact, facing Mexican giants Club América in the CONCACAF Champions League final would seem a stern enough challenge on its own, but when you factor in both a record attendance and a substantial increase in altitude, Wednesday’s first leg becomes even more daunting for the history-making Canadian side. 433 more words

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