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Eating Abroad

  • Travel Talk

    Sometimes Things Get Lost In Translation

    If I’m being really ambitious I can claim to be trilingual. I have a firm grasp of one language (hopefully you’ll agree it’s English) and a passable conversational grasp of the others- Mandarin and…

    March 5, 2015
  • America Eating Abroad

    Boston, MA – the Food Trail

    Most people will tell you that you’d be crazy to visit Boston in the winter; the New England weather may be notoriously changeable but the one constant at this time of year is the…

    October 27, 2014
  • America Eating Abroad

    Washington DC to Richmond, VA

    What do I remember most about Washington DC? You might think it was peering through the gates at the White House or squinting against the sun to take in the Washington Monument… you’d be…

    September 28, 2014
  • America Eating Abroad

    Philadelphia, PA

    We almost didn’t make it to Philadelphia because honestly, we didn’t know much about it. I like a smear of Philadelphia on my bagel and the sweet chilli philly is genius, but that’s hardly…

    June 18, 2014
  • Canada Eating Abroad

    Toronto, ON

    After 17 days without cellphone contact, internet access, and pretty much any news from the outside world, it was time to leave Cuba. These technological comforts are available for those really desperate but after…

    June 1, 2014
  • Cuba Eating Abroad

    Historic Trinidad

    After almost a week in Havana, its once leisurely pace was starting to feel hectic… even the most die-hard of travellers get a little weary, time to take things down a notch. We were…

    May 10, 2014
  • Cuba Eating Abroad

    Havana

    It’s hard to escape the chatter about Cuba– we’ve all seen the photos of colourful classic cars and heard about people buying truckloads of cheap as chips rum and cigars. From the moment we…

    April 14, 2014