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Calgary to Be The Next Big Thing in The Food World

By Max Jacobson

According to several chefs I met, spoke to and let cook for me, Calgary, Alberta, which is an easy two hour direct flight from Vegas, is the next big thing in the food world.

The Maldives - Unparalleled Dinning Experiences

By Faruk Tatlici

The Maldives is known as one of the most beautiful destinations on the planet as well as one of the most exclusive. This collection of small unspoiled islands amongst the sparkling turquoise Indian Ocean and 40 of the world's best dive locations

Food and Travel

By Vedat Onyol

One of the most common concerns of those who are traveling is the availability of healthy food. It seems like there are very few choices when you are on the road. And these choices vary from fast food, bags of chips and lots of sodas.

Use Social Media To Make Your Restaurant A Foodie Travel Destination

By Tommy Clark

Every restaurant entrepreneur and owner has huge dreams of making their restaurant a famous place to come. However so few restaurateurs really make an effort to market their restaurant right.

The Home of The Richest Culture And The Richest Man

By Matteo Datini

I if had to choose one place in India, I will certainly pick Hyderabad; because of its culture that exceeds all your expectations. Their cuisine is certainly to die for and cooking Indian food will help you understand how to make vegetables...

Hot New Years Eve Travel Ideas

By Salvatore Cesareo

Where will you spend New Years Eve 2010-2011? Its one of the greatest party nights of the year, so why not go all out and travel somewhere new to celebrate?

What You Should Not Eat While Traveling Abroad

By Ashley Edwards

Its travel season once again and one of the things you need to consider when traveling to a different country is the local food. Almost all travelers want to eat something unique to a particular area, the native foods that you cannot just buy anywher

Visiting Macau – Part one

By Max Jacobson

I had many preconceived notions about Macau before a recent visit, and they turned out to be all wrong. I was there in the early part of the decade, just after the region passed from Portugal back to the Chinese government, pre-Venetian, MGM Grand and Wyn

Culinary Travel Destination Ideas For 2011

By Vedat Onyol

New Orleans. If you have not experienced Mardi Gras in New Orleans for yourself then 2011 is the year for you to do it. Travel to New Orleans is inexpensive and easy from just about anywhere in the US so there are no excuses.

A Food Journey From Florida Through The Caribbean

By Teresa Navarrete

Looking for a new food inspired travel itinerary? For a few hundred dollars you can enjoy combining food and travel in 3 different countries over just a couple of days as well as some of the most beautiful scenery in the world and no end of entertain

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