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Shell sign marks the way for pilgrims walking and tasting the Camino de Santiago through Northern Spain

Tasting the Camino de Santiago Along Coastal Spain

The Camino de Santiago or Way of Saint James is a Christian pilgrimage to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great. His remains are buried in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, in northwestern Spain. While there are various routes through many European countries that lead there, …

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Fish Amok, one of the most delicious Khmer dishes in Cambodia

6 Delicious Khmer Dishes in Cambodia

If you’ve never been to Southeast Asia, give Cambodia a try! This wonderful country features friendly people, lush scenery, ancient ruins, and a rich history. And of course, there are the delicious Khmer dishes in Cambodia. I’d never been to Cambodia. But I decided to give it a go after …

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Example of organic food in Brisbane. Farmer holding recently harvested organic vegetables in a wooden box.

Where to Find the Best Organic Food in Brisbane

If you’re an avid healthy eater, you know the struggle of going out, looking at the menu and realizing that everything on it is overly processed and gross. You’ve also found yourself in the healthy food section at a grocery store that has exactly five items you’d consider eating. However, …

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Buy international foods. Mexican green enchiladas with guacamole and sauces on colorful table.

3 Best Ways to Buy International Foods

Every foodie dreams about having the chance to travel to other cities, countries or continents to try new flavors and discover the most peculiar local foods and ingredients. Some of them may even have a bucket list of exotic places and popular dishes they would love to try. However, sometimes …

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Group of friends going to surf at the beach after eating at some cheap restaurants in Australia.

9 Cheap Restaurants in Australia for Students

Finding inexpensive yet exotic, cheap restaurants in Australia can help you save a chunk of your money, especially for students. An average student in Australia lives on a diet of jacket potatoes, pizzas, spag bol, stir-fry dishes, and beans on toast. While others prefer curry, pesto pasta, lasagna, spaghetti carbonara, microwave …

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Three Asian chefs cooking some national dishes from all over the world in a restaurant kitchen.

8 National Dishes You Need To Try

Whilst traveling, you’re likely to come across some very weird and wonderful food combinations. Whether you’re choosing cheap and cheerful or opting for dishes that are a little fancier, discovering food in other countries is an experience in itself. But trying a country’s national dish can often take traveling to …

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Buddhist monk dancing with a dragon mask at Paro Tsechu festival in Bhutan, a great ocassion for trying typical Bhutanese dishes.

5 Must Try Bhutanese Dishes

Bhutan is a small country sandwiched between two oversized countries like China to the north and India to the south. Bhutanese cuisine plays a significant role in Bhutanese tradition and culture. Though Bhutan strives on preserving its culture and its traditional values, it has had some impacts from these culturally …

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Scenic view at night of Pike Place Public Market Center in Seattle, one of the best food halls in the US.

5 Best Food Halls in the US

Street foods and local foods are a rising trend. This has caused the growth in popularity of food halls and markets across the US. From Miami to Seattle and from Los Angeles to New York, food halls are growing in number and conquering every city with an offer of high-quality …

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Vegan jackfruit tacos from some of the best vegan restaurants in New York.

5 Vegan Restaurants In New York You Should Try

The concept of vegetarianism (or veganism) has been in the human culture for centuries. Initially, it was adopted by religions like Buddhism and Hinduism with the aim to show mercy towards animals. In the recent past, this concept achieved worldwide popularity mainly on the basis of its potential health benefits. …

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