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Brett Domue



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US Born Expat, from Fairfield, CT and York, PA, who has not spent a night in his own bed since February, 2007! Been traveling almost constantly since 2004, living long-term in the Netherlands and Taiwan.

I specialize in culinary travel, exploring the food, wine, beer, and other culinary treats of all of the countries I visit, over 60 countries to date!  Be sure to check me out on my culinary travel blog, Our Tasty Travels​, Google+​, Twitter​, Facebook and Pinterest​​.

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ATokyo: Favorite things to do in Tokyo

Within Tokyo, a few food recommendations for great food, without breaking the bank: Ramen: Kagari​ Tonkatsu: Tonki​ Tempura: Lunch at  Tenshige ​ Okonomiyaki: Sakuratei​ Izakaya:  Warayakiya ​ See More

AItaly: Italy in 14 days for first time visitors that enjoy travel, wine, and food/cooking

Sounds like Northern Italy is the place to be. September is approachign harvest season, so Piemonte​ or Tuscany​ shoudl be lovely. But honestly, if you're able to leave Italy, consider Istria​ as well, where... See More

ALucerne: Reasonable 3-Star Hotel in Lucerne

We splurged for a lake-view room at Art Deco Hotel Montana​ when we spent a night in Lucerne. Beautiful room, awesome view. And breakfast on the terrace in the morning overlooking the lake...heavenly! See More

ACalifornia: Road trip From L.A. (CA) to Vancouver (B.C.) and back in 21days.

I've had colleagues from the Netherlands who mentioned in the past that they had issues on a single-entry visa with entering the US in California and then entering and trying to reenter from Mexico, so be sure there's a multi-entry visa allowed for the reentry from... See More

AEdinburgh: What do to with 6 hours solo in Edinburgh?

There's always the BrewDog Edinburgh​ pub at cowgate, and grab a bite to eat at Oink​. Plenty of other pubs to choose from, especially for more lighter ales that can lead to a better day drink sure to look for whatever... See More

ATokyo: Weirdest restaurants, food, drink, and concert experiences in Tokyo

Pay a visit to Kappabashi Street​ which is where you can find all the plastic food you see on display at restaurants around the country. The Alice in Wonderland Restaurant​ was a little quirky, interesting drinks as well.  Take... See More

ALos Angeles: A week from LAX to San Diego- Must sees along the way to San Diego?

If you're taking a full week between Los Angeles International Airport​ and San Diego​, try including some fun stops like Palm Springs​ (Scenery), Temecula​ (wine country / avocados), and Julian​... See More

AItaly: What's the best beach to visit in Italy during June/July?

Rimini​ has sandy beaches. and proximity to the rest of the great Emilia Romagna region. However, during the summer months, may not meet the "not quite as touristy" criteria... See More

ABritish Columbia: Good Craft Beer in Eastern BC?

I was able to find a few craft breweries on the 5 route from Osoyoos​. Northam Brewery​and The Noble Pig Brewhouse & Restaurant​ in Kamloops and Three Ranges Brewing Company​ in Valemount... See More

AEurope: Anyone know about best European cruises/cruise lines?

We did a Holland America cruise last year that started in Venice​ and then hit ports in Olympia​, Athens​, Kusadasi​, Rhodes​, Mikonos​, and Santorini​... See More

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