Ouarzazate & Aït-Ben-Haddou, Gateways to Morocco’s Sahara

January 19, 2018 - Sin comentarios

Dani Keral   Just a half-hour ferry ride from Spain across the Strait of Gibraltar lies another exotically different world. The Kingdom of Morocco is a true cultural, culinary, and eco treasure trove, from Imperial Cities like Marrakesh, Fe...Leer más

Goulash & Beyond: the Savoury Cuisine of Hungary

January 18, 2018 - Sin comentarios

I honestly cannot understand why the cuisine of Hungary isn't better known abroad. Its rich, intensely savoury palate has been influenced by myriad influences, from Germany, Austria, and elsewhere in Central Europe, to the Balkans, to even Turk...Leer más

The Ancient Roman Legacy of Spain’s ‘Silver Route’

January 17, 2018 - Sin comentarios

Eduardo Estellez Ruling the Iberian Peninsula as Hispania for centuries, from the 2nd century BC through the 4th century AD, the ancient Rome definitively shaped the identity of both Spain and Portugal, from their languages to their culture, cuis...Leer más

Getting Arty at ArtWalk in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

January 11, 2018 - Sin comentarios

Colektika For decades one of Mexico's most popular and beloved resort cities, Puerto Vallarta has become reknowned for not just its beaches, dining, nightlife, and ecotourism, but also its art galleries, fed by astonishing talents both local and...Leer más

Nature, Castles & Olive Trees in the Cazorla Reserve of Andalusia’s Jaén Province

January 10, 2018 - Sin comentarios

Ana del Castillo  Jaén is likely the least known of the eight provinces in Andalusia, the south of Spain. But it's an agricultural and nature powerhouse in its own right - in addition to its elegant Renaissance capital, home to more than a rel...Leer más

Europe’s Top 4 World War I Destinations

January 4, 2018 - Sin comentarios

Pixabay In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below.                                     ...Leer más

Madrid Makes Magic for Muggles at its Harry Potter Exhibition

January 2, 2018 - Sin comentarios

Few if any books within most of our memories - much less any "young adult" fiction - have had the impact of the seven-book Harry Potter series and the movies it spawned, since the 1997 publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Child...Leer más

New Year’s in 5 of Africa’s Iberia Destinations

December 29, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Ravi Santana   As we bid farewell to another year past, we like to point out cool places to celebrate New Year's Eve to come. In past years we've covered Cuzco/Machu Picchu and Japan, with even a shoutout to Shanghai. This year we'd like t...Leer más

Mediaeval Meets Modern in the Basque Province of Araba

December 28, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Covi Completely encircled by a mediaeval stone wall and with just over 1,500 inhabitants, tiny Laguardia (top, aka Guardia) is one of the loveliest old towns in a country packed with lovely old towns. On a hilltop in Spain's verdant Basque Countr...Leer más

Palma de Mallorca for the Holidays

December 21, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Juan Iglesias   In the summer 1968, the bouncy pop tunes of Helena Bianco were all over Spain's airwaves, and one of her top hits, "El Puente", was the song of the summer, whimsically imagining a puente (bridge) to the island of Majorca and...Leer más

263410 written by Ed Fryer

26/10/2015

Those Moroccan spices look incredible. It would be such fun to go there to learn how best to use them as well. What a great idea!

263430 written by Sarah, Maison Cupcake

26/10/2015

I loved my first ever trip to Barcelona earlier this month! I missed out on that market but am definitely intending to go again.

263450 written by Becca @ Amuse Your Bouche

26/10/2015

I’m going to New Orleans in the spring, will have to look up those cooking classes! They sound like a lot of fun.

263545 written by Jemma @ Celery and Cupcakes

27/10/2015

I bet it’s wonderful learning how to cook the native food of the country that you are visiting. If only I had known about the Parisian cooking classes when I was there last time.

263752 written by Bintu | Recipes From A Pantry

28/10/2015

I do a cooking class in almost every destination I visit – and since New Orleans is on my list I will defo check these classes out when I get there.

325720 written by The Jetset Boyz

14/8/2017

We love eating tapas when we’re in Spain. After the fun we had making paella in Valencia, on our recent trip to Barcelona, we decided to take a tapas making class. It’s something different and it turned out to be a really fun way to spend an evening! It’s definitely worth doing if you love good tapas.

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