That's a tough question because so many countries' cuisines change between regions. Consider barbecue in the U.S.—it varies even within individual states (e.g. different types of barbecue in North Carolina). That said, I'll play along and offer some suggestions.... See More
Hello Kate, Every day is considered new and we have to renew our feelings, thoughts,worries sometimes it remains deep down your heart.Travelling and meeting people would surely decrease the pain . Try visiting India where there are best places of... See More
I probably shouldn't be answering this as I like to skin dive, but I like to go out on scuba boats and act like a water mammal rather than a fish. My favorite place is off the island of Komodo National Park at a spot called Pink beach(Truly a beach... See More
Aside from the ones already mentioned, some apps I really love are Trover and Findery to read about first hand account of places that I plan to visit from fellow travellers. I also love using Foursquare everywhere I go, to look for ratings and reviews locals give to the... See More
Spain has great wines. The best-known is Rioja from the north of Spain. However, the Alicante region has some wonderful wines too. You can visit the Enrique Mendoza vineyard, near Benidorm, or Bodega Xalo in... See More
well I would def do Asia, Australia or New Zealand. The only reason is because those plane tickets cost the most lol. If it's a free ticket go for something you normally wouldn't be able to afford! See More
Circumstances in my own life have made me value experiences over possessions, and for that I am thankful. At one point in my life, I was very sick and not expected to live. By the grace of God I am here today, but no one is promised tomorrow. When you listen to older... See More
Destinations in Western Europe are usually very well-covered, but how about Bulgaria? It's fairly off the beaten path, and offers, no joke, some of the best food in the whole of Europe and some of the oldest ruins on the continent. Bulgaria's... See More
Prague. Hands down. In fact, if you want my honest opinion, you should spend the entire trip in Prague, or at least the bulk of it. 1. It is arguably the most beautiful city in Europe. It was never bombed during World War II, and therefore has... See More
I am doing research right now for the project that I am working on and I would really appreciate your answers. My question is: how do you usually travel ( single/ with partner/ family) and what are your difficulties when planning a trip? Many thanks in advance. See More
Hands down the infinity pool at Marina Bay Sands. Still haven't been, but just look at it! It's on the 57th floor of a hotel in a gorgeous city. Definitely urban chic and up high on my bucket list :) See More
Here are my current favorites, in rough order of preference: The Apple Pan - Best burger in Los Angeles. Old timey counter service is charming, expect to wait (but not too long) on weekends and dinner rush. Right near the Landmark theater, I generally... See More
My favorite city in the world is London. I felt at home from the minute I arrived there for a few days' trip in 2011, and again when I moved there in 2012. While traveling in Europe, there were other cities I could picture myself living in--Edinburgh,... See More
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