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Anthony Bourdain

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Celebrated chef, author and host of Travel Channel's culinary & cultural adventure show, No Reservations and Parts Unknown. Travels the world sampling local culture and cuisine.

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ABelize: Visiting Ambergris Caye

Explore the Poustinia Land Art Park​​ for an unusual combination of nature and art. The cozy Rojo Lounge​ in North Ambergis does haute Maya cuisine with homegrown ingredients. See More


ASingapore: Good website for planning travel accommodations in Singapore?

Makansutra.com is great for food. particularly street food and hawker centers, the secrets of Geylang.  And that's what you should be doing in Singapore anyway. eating .  See More


ABest place to scuba dive in the world?

Grand Cayman​ diving is great.  Live reefs, tremendous variety of sea life.  I saw giant turtles and hundreds of enormous tarpon Right there close up. Stingrays,lionfish ... some of the best diving I've seen.  See More


ADublin: Two days in Ireland

Drink. Drink Guiness. Drink it at John Kavanagh (Grave Diggers)​​ pub.  Eat at The Chop House​.   See More


APrague: Best local eats in Prague?

Pivovarský Klub​ has over 200 local, foreign, and hard-to-find brews—most definitely a traditional Czech food group—and excellent food. See More


ABarcelona: Non-touristy things to do in Barcelona

You can't miss La Boqueria Market​. Pinotxo​ especially. Also head to Quimet & Quimet​ for montaditos and an extensive vermouth selection. See More


AChicago: 3 days in Chicago over July 4th weekend

If you are feeling adventurous and enjoy fine dining, head to El Ideas​ for both the cookery and the engaging, intimate atmosphere. Truly one of a kind culinary experience. ​ See More


AKuala Lumpur: Tips on what to see, do, and eat during 3 days in Kuala Lumpur?

Jalan Alor​ is a classic Malay food street, best at night time. Sample your way through Malay, Chinese, Singaporean, Thai, Indonesian, and Indian hawker stalls. See More


ABangkok: 14 days in Thailand, what not to miss?

Try a local favorite breakfast (rice porridge with pork and soft-boiled egg) at the hidden Jok Prince.  ​​Amphawa Floating Market​, smaller and less touristy, is worth a trip in the afternoon, especially for the fresh seafood.... See More


AQuebec City: Must sees & restaurants during 2 weeks road trip in the Atlantic provinces

Restaurant Le Continental​ serves solid, old-school French fare with zero irony. ​L'Affaire est Ketchup​ is another personal favorite: down-to-earth, unfailing, hearty Quebecois cooking. See More


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