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Las Palomas Resort – A Foodie’s Paradise

April 11, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

My kids love the beach and my husband loves the golf … but what I love about Las Palomas Resort in Rocky Point, Mexico is the food! There are two of the best restaurants I have ever experienced in Las Palomas. Las Maria Bistro is a four-diamond gourmet dining room offering breakfast, lunch, and dinner. My …

Guide to Turkish Food

March 17, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

Turkish food is far more varied and delicious than the late night offerings from UK kebab shops would have you believe. Don’t get me wrong: there are some great restaurants offering Turkish fare, but if you really want a taste of true Turkish food you’re going to have to start looking for flights to Bodrum. …

Eating Out In Sharm El Sheikh

March 12, 2012 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

Sharm El Sheikh is a popular Egyptian tourist spot located on the Sinai Peninsula’s southern region. It is a popular tourist destination not only due to its moderate temperature, which is prevalent during most months of the year, but also because of the beautiful landscapes and many beaches that the place has to offer to …

Top Ten New Zealand Wine Regions

December 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

Choosing New Zealand’s top ten wine regions is not exactly hard work. In fact, as an exercise in Top Ten selection, it is smoother than a 2009 Hawke’s Bay Cabernet Merlot. For all intents and purposes, New Zealand only has ten major wine regions, but they produce world class wines. Let’s start from the top – geographically speaking, of course.

A Wine Vacation In The Dordogne

October 9, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

It is the limestone cliffs and winding roads bordered by vineyards that enchant visitors to the Dordogne. This beautiful corner of France located between the Atlantic Coast and the Mediterranean has a nostalgic aura to it. The light is soft. The villages are small and old fashioned. The pace of life slow. The scenery unspoiled. …

Top 10 Countries For Foodies

September 18, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

If you are a gourmet foodie, you cannot go wrong by visiting these top 10 countries for foodies. Any foodie worth his or her name should visit these countries and experience their glorious, distinctly unique cuisines. Each cuisine uses locally available ingredients, which is why they should be experienced at the source. Happy eating!

Travel for Foodies – 3 Ideal Destinations

September 4, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

People travel for various occasions and different reasons. However, some people travel even without special occasion and just a typical reason. On the other hand, few people travel the whole world in order to experience the different tastes of various local cuisines. If you are one of those people then you should know the travel …

Wine Tasting Tours – Why you Have to Try It

August 31, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Travel for Foodies

Whether you have a nose for fine wines, or you simply wish to enjoy the relaxed country living of the beautiful Cape Winelands, a Cape Wine Route Tour offers an excellent option for a full day tour. The Winelands comprise of three major wine growing regions – Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek. Situated about an hour …