Thursday, May 28, 2020

Trinidad and Tobago A Melting Pot of Cultures

Kings and Queen costume. Calypso and Soca music. Parties and parades. Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago is one of the biggest party

Afternoon Tea between Lunch and Cocktails

For such an iconic British tradition you should consider to get going at the very top level. Where Afternoon tea don´t come cheap.

The ultimate Sunday Roast served in Spain

Meaty Sunday. We found the place to go if you want an excellent home cooked roast – on a sunny Sunday in Spain

Santa in Nashville – Here it’s Christmas every day

Most of us has Christmas once a year, but for pub-owner Denzel in Nashville it´s Christmas every day year round

Follow the smell of Santos Dark – to Camden Coffee Shop

A small shop and far from fancy. But step inside, meet George and get a clear smell of freshly burned at Camden Coffee Shop

Remote food of Faroe Islands served on wood

Reputation of fish and shellfish from the cold sea are well known and so are the sheep. Now the style is remote food of Faroe Islands

Scenic Faro means Great Fish and Soft Landing

Algarve’s capital is often overlooked by tourists flying into Faro and beach resorts. We spent a weekend to find out more

We all visit Shanghai for food; Wok Around the Clock

Barbara Kingstone is a China fan of dumpling. She simply can’t stay away from the food in Shanghai.