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‘Time for dreaming’: five writers on the slow travel joys that bring them peace - theguardian.com - Greece - county Valley - state Indiana
theguardian.com
19.02.2024

‘Time for dreaming’: five writers on the slow travel joys that bring them peace

I was deep in the folds of the mountain of Tryfan when it first happened. When time seemed to stop ticking at the breakneck pace it always does when I’m sitting at laptop, working on a deadline. Instead of blue light from a screen, I was sitting at my tent door, basking in the purple glow of dusk as it crept into the Ogwen Valley, in Eryri/Snowdonia national park. The luscious green of the grass on the mountainside had turned a more muted shade and the blue of the Menai Strait in the distance had become barely distinguishable from the twilight sky.

9 essential food and drink experiences to try in England - lonelyplanet.com - Spain - Portugal - Britain
lonelyplanet.com
03.03.2024

9 essential food and drink experiences to try in England

Sarnies, toad in the hole, bangers and mash – traditional English cuisine can be as hearty as the lingo is bewildering. Once you've mastered the food slang, you'll find that the dining (and drinking) offerings in England  are vast, with plenty of regional specialties and individual quirks. 

8 of the best places to visit in the Faroe Islands - lonelyplanet.com - Denmark - county Park - Greenland - Faroe Islands
lonelyplanet.com
02.03.2024

8 of the best places to visit in the Faroe Islands

For once, you can have it all in one trip: waterfalls and superlative seafood restaurants, windy mountain roads and surf beaches.

The Best Beaches in Texas - cntraveler.com - Usa - county Park - state Louisiana - state Texas - city Sanctuary
cntraveler.com
01.03.2024

The Best Beaches in Texas

Say the phrase “best beaches in Texas” and you might think the very idea is an impossibility. Not many travelers imagine the Lone Star State as a beach bum’s paradise. Sure, the color of the water tends more toward café au lait than turquoise in places, and it’s legal to drive your vehicle along many of the public beaches. But if you know where to go, you can find inviting expanses of sand, soft ocean breezes, the occasional frolicking dolphin, and—when the weather’s right—waves big enough to surf.

‘It is magical to swim surrounded by the Arctic winter in all its brutal glory’: an eco cruise in Norway’s far north - theguardian.com - Norway - city Newcastle
theguardian.com
28.02.2024

‘It is magical to swim surrounded by the Arctic winter in all its brutal glory’: an eco cruise in Norway’s far north

The view from the ship’s bridge is what I expected: a ribbon of dark Arctic water leading through a maze of snowy mountain islands. But the view of the bridge is a shock. Where is the wheel, the chart and that big metal thing that goes “ting”? You know, the one marked “Dead Slow” and “Full Steam”, like you see in Titanic when they spot the iceberg? In its public areas, the Havila Capella looks like any modern cruise ship or upmarket ferry. There are lounges, a panoramic bar, a couple of gyms and a deck that can be strolled. It is what lies behind the bulkheads that is very different.

21 Stunning Sea Animals In Photos By The Winners Of Underwater Photographer Of The Year - forbes.com - Bahamas - Sweden - Greenland
forbes.com
27.02.2024

21 Stunning Sea Animals In Photos By The Winners Of Underwater Photographer Of The Year

Celebrating photography beneath the surface of oceans, lakes, rivers and even swimming pools, the Underwater Photographer of the Year contest has announced this year’s amazing winning entries.

'Airplane Mode' season finale: Flying with fish on Icelandair, behind the scenes in Singapore first class and more - thepointsguy.com - Iceland - Britain - city New York - city Boston - state California - Singapore - city Singapore
thepointsguy.com
27.02.2024

'Airplane Mode' season finale: Flying with fish on Icelandair, behind the scenes in Singapore first class and more

Many of you have tuned in and enjoyed our AvGeek adventures all around the world in our latest season of "Airplane Mode."

7 of the best food and drink experiences in Portugal - lonelyplanet.com - Portugal - city Lisbon
lonelyplanet.com
23.02.2024

7 of the best food and drink experiences in Portugal

Portugal’s cuisine has been shaped by many factors, from its fertile, sun-baked olive groves and vineyards to its centuries-old love affair with the sea.

UNESCO Names Peru’s Ceviche As Intangible Cultural Heritage - forbes.com - Spain - France - Portugal - Japan - Usa - Mexico - Turkey - Singapore - Chile - Peru - Ukraine - state Indiana - city Lima
forbes.com
22.02.2024

UNESCO Names Peru’s Ceviche As Intangible Cultural Heritage

While ceviche is seen as a local dish in many countries from Chile to Mexico, Peruvians call this famous concoction of raw fish marinated in lime juice Peru’s national dish. UNESCO recently added Peru’s ceviche—and the cultural surrounding it—to its Intangible Cultural Heritage list.

In Phnom Penh, Slurping Noodles and Tasting Home Again - cntraveler.com - Thailand - Cambodia - city Phnom Penh
cntraveler.com
21.02.2024

In Phnom Penh, Slurping Noodles and Tasting Home Again

Upon reaching Phnom Penh, our first act was searching for dinner. I will never forget my first meal that truly tasted like home, after fourteen years in exile: It was fitting that it should be prahok—our defining (and aromatic) national condiment. We found someone preparing a version very much like my mother’s splendid cooked prahok: mixed with kroeung spice paste, minced pork, and young tamarind leaves, all wrapped in a banana leaf and grilled. Although I had never developed a taste for raw prahok as a child, that day the luscious, pungent fish was, for me, the flavor of Cambodia. I closed my eyes and drank in the familiar aromas. A sense of relief and well-being washed over me. Something essential from that lost world had survived, after all.

In Western Ghana, Locals Are Reclaiming Their Surf Scene - cntraveler.com - Germany - Britain - Nigeria - Senegal - city Sandy - Ghana - city Accra
cntraveler.com
16.02.2024

In Western Ghana, Locals Are Reclaiming Their Surf Scene

Although many give Bruce Brown's 1966 film, The Endless Summer, credit for introducing surfing to fishing communities in Ghana, Senegal, and Nigeria, the sport has been happening along the shores of Western Africa, including Ghana's 300-mile coastline, for centuries. West Africans independently developed surfing before outsiders arrived; since at least the 1640s, sea merchants knew surf patterns well and used wooden surf-canoes to fish and ride 10-foot tall waves. Yet in present-day Ghana, surfing is largely the domain of tourists.

Northern California’s oyster capital is a hidden gem - nationalgeographic.com - Croatia - France - state California - San Francisco - state Washington - city San Francisco - county Bay
nationalgeographic.com
16.02.2024

Northern California’s oyster capital is a hidden gem

Not far from the high-tech hubs of San Francisco and the vineyard crowds of Napa lies a nature reserve that produces some of the country’s best oysters.

Boston's Creative Seafood Scene Shines Brightest in Winter - cntraveler.com - Iceland - city Boston - state Massachusets - state New Hampshire - parish St. James
cntraveler.com
13.02.2024

Boston's Creative Seafood Scene Shines Brightest in Winter

When the explorer Bartholomew Gosnold arrived at the Cape of St. James in 1602, he was so taken by the abundance of the fish there that he renamed it Cape Cod. Within years, New England soon cemented itself as a global leader within the fish trade, and some four centuries later Boston still owns its reputation as a seafood town. There’s something about the chilly, high-salinity North Atlantic waters that just produces excellent fish—and any local would admit that no visit here is complete without getting a lobster roll, chowder, or at the very least some fried clams.

12 best destinations for a cheap tropical vacation - lonelyplanet.com - Portugal - Australia - Colombia - Philippines - India - Thailand
lonelyplanet.com
13.02.2024

12 best destinations for a cheap tropical vacation

Sun-soaked beaches and colorful coral reefs – even the cheapest tropical vacations seem to have it all. Here's where to go.

How To Spend A Relaxing Weekend In Barbados - forbes.com - Barbados
forbes.com
13.02.2024

How To Spend A Relaxing Weekend In Barbados

With its pristine white sand beaches and slow pace, Barbados is an obvious destination for wellness. But the tiny island offers so much more than a relaxing beach vacation. Beyond the crystal clear water lies an island filled with tranquil gardens, majestic caves and warm people.

Meet the cooks keeping traditional Goan cuisine alive - nationalgeographic.com
nationalgeographic.com
12.02.2024

Meet the cooks keeping traditional Goan cuisine alive

I’m on a dirt path surrounded by swaying coconut palms that offer up little in the way of afternoon shade. The heat is relentless, scattering everyone indoors and blanketing the village with stillness. I hurry along, seeking out an oasis. Then, around a corner I find it — a small farmhouse with a red tiled roof and a spacious balcony.  

UK’s Top Chefs In New Guest Dining Series At Kanishka London - forbes.com - Italy - Japan - Britain - India
forbes.com
11.02.2024

UK’s Top Chefs In New Guest Dining Series At Kanishka London

Chef Atul Kochhar, the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star in the UK (for Tamarind), has invited some of the most respected chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants across the UK to cook with him in “a Michelin-starred Four-Hands experience” at his Mayfair restaurant, Kanishka. Kanishka opened in 2019, building on Chef Atul Kochhar’s success at making Indian fine dining popular at his Michelin-starred restaurants Benares and Tamarind. The energetic chef has also found time to appear on television programs like Masterchef and Great British Menu and to open seven other restaurants outside London, including last week, a ninety seat restaurant Essence at The Pantiles in Royal Tunbridge Wells.

Fishing and foraging in Norway's southern fjords - nationalgeographic.com - Norway - Japan - city Tokyo
nationalgeographic.com
02.10.2023

Fishing and foraging in Norway's southern fjords

An expectant hush falls as two knife-wielding chefs in pristine whites emerge from behind the polished walnut counter at Sabi Omakase, a Michelin-starred restaurant in Stavanger. Ziggy, the sommelier, tops up our glasses. The show is about to begin.

How Hiroshima, formerly a humble castle town, and Pearl Harbor, once an ancient Hawaiian fishing spot, went from WWII-era enemies to being united as sister parks to promote peace - insider.com - Japan - Usa - county Pacific
insider.com
08.09.2023

How Hiroshima, formerly a humble castle town, and Pearl Harbor, once an ancient Hawaiian fishing spot, went from WWII-era enemies to being united as sister parks to promote peace

Hiroshima and Pearl Harbor officially became sister parks in June as a way to amend the relationship between the United States and Japan after World War II.

I tried the viral fishing vest travel hack to get revenge on exorbitant airline fees — and I'd do it again - insider.com - state South Carolina
insider.com
17.08.2023

I tried the viral fishing vest travel hack to get revenge on exorbitant airline fees — and I'd do it again

It started out as a joke. Wouldn't it be funny if I tried this goofy TikTok trend and embarrassed myself by wearing a fishing vest in the airport?

Experience Old West History, Fishing, and Incredible Food and Drink in Wyoming's Second-Biggest City - matadornetwork.com - Netherlands - Usa - state California - state Oregon - state Wyoming - city Big
matadornetwork.com
25.07.2023

Experience Old West History, Fishing, and Incredible Food and Drink in Wyoming's Second-Biggest City

Casper is the second-largest city in Wyoming. In the least populated state in the country, that translates to just under 60,000 people. But don’t let the population size fool you. This centrally located city is a paradise for outdoor lovers that also has a thriving urban center, a diverse economy, and a rich historical and cultural heritage.

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