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A Quick Foodies Guide to Brunei Darussalam

Foodies' guide to Brunei

Just on the northern coast of the Island of Borneo lies one of the lesser-known Southeast Asian countries. The Abode of Peace. A Kingdom of Unexpected Treasures. Brunei Darussalam. It is the perfect destination for “a vacation to recover from a vacation” (and for excellent eats of course!). Take 3-4 …

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6 Cypriot Desserts To Enjoy in Summer

Cypriot desserts

Cyprus is located south of Turkey in the Mediterranean sea. This small island holds a long history. Since its settlement, Cyprus has served as the spot where empires meet; but this position is not without its challenges. Indeed, much of Cyprus’s political history involves conflict. This tension, however, does not …

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4 Ghanaian Snacks Every Traveller Must Try

Ghanaian snacks

In pretty much every Westernized country in the world, people constantly worry about their weight. People toil in the gym, take up the newest fad diets, and generally try to adapt their lifestyles and food to prevent them from putting on extra weight. Not in Ghana. It might come as …

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6 Trendy Restaurants in Glasgow for Food Lovers

trendy restaurants in Glasgow

Glasgow is becoming a hidden gem of evolving food hubs. This fantastic city that is thriving with history, culture and arts is climbing up on the foodie ladder. Though it has never typically been known for its dining reputation other than chippies and renowned Indian cuisine, Glasgow has surprised locals …

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7 Top Food Bloggers in Los Angeles

Food bloggers in Los Angeles

Los Angeles foodies are passionate about two things: meals and deals. It’s not always easy to find great food for a reasonable price in L.A. However, locals always know the hidden gems scattered throughout the many neighborhoods that make up the city. Many food fanatics have created blogs to inform …

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15 Restaurants to Travel The World from Melbourne

Restaurants to Travel The World from Melbourne

Ade and I love traveling overseas, visiting new places and experiencing new cultures. But there’s always a little piece of us left behind in Melbourne, Australia. Especially in our hometown: Windsor/Prahran. Windsor, and it’s close neighbor Prahran (the two are definitely intertwined), are a couple of suburbs of Melbourne, and …

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