I have to admit that I was a bit concerned about what I would eat in India. I’m not a fan of curry; to be honest I really don’t like it. I had assumed that it would be part of most dishes. I was so wrong! The flavors, textures and colors are so varied; there is something for everyone. Continue reading Some local delicacies to eat in India
Montreal is a melting pot of cultures and as such has a lot of ethnic offerings from across the globe when it comes to food. You can even find groceries and spices in many of the standard grocery store chains from across the world catering to Middle Eastern, Asian, Indian, and European cultures. While this makes for a lot of selection, there are some offerings that are unique to Quebec which you simply have to try. Continue reading Montreal must try foodie visitor guide
So yes it’s true. Sardines are everywhere in Portugal. A national treasure these small fish are often just dipped in flour and fried or grilled in a pan or on charcoal. Not our cup of tea but we Continue reading Some local delicacies to eat in Portugal
Well with so many New Yorkers in our Miami building we were chalk full of tips and suggestions for restaurants and food places around Manhattan. We were staying near Times Squares and sometimes avoiding tourist traps can be Continue reading Some interesting and affordable places to eat in Manhattan
More cruises now offer anytime dining (also called open seating) which means you can choose to go to any of the eligible restaurants without a reservation. Historically, when booking your cruise, you had to pre-select your dining time choosing between the early seating (at 5:30 – 6 pm) and late seating (usually at 8 – 8:30 pm). You would then be assigned a place at a table of 8, 10, or 12 other passengers. This had you adhering to a regular schedule regardless of whether the ship was in port or at sea. Some people may like the routine, while others may prefer to remain flexible with their meal plans. There are pros and cons to both options and we have had experiences, good and bad,
I love to travel primarily for the chance to experience different cultures and to try new things. Being adventurous when it comes to trying local delicacies can be scary but fun at the same time! During our trip to Peru, my husband and I tried Cui (guinea pig) and Alpaca (similar to a llama), which are some of the local delicacies. The latter was delicious but the Cui Continue reading Take a chance – try new things! You might be pleasantly surprised!