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A Nomad Knows: Peru

PERU | Monday, 13 May 2013 | Views [2006]

Alicia Smith is the Programs Marketing Manager at World Nomads and recently travelled to Peru. She is a nomad who knows, so check out her Peruvian advice before you go! A nomad knows to never  skip on purchasing passes to Wayna Picchu.... Read more >

Tags: cusco, food, machu picchu, nomads, peru, south america, transport, travel


A Nomad Knows: Canada

CANADA | Friday, 30 Nov 2012 | Views [2964]

We caught up with James Cruickshank about his adventures in Canada! Originally from Sydney, James has been in Victoria, British Columbia for the past two months and going by his comments below - he isn't planning on leaving anytime soon! Describe ... Read more >

Tags: a nomad knows, british columbia, canada, food, hiking, travel, vegan, vegetarian, victoria


Why I Love (and Hate) France

FRANCE | Monday, 14 May 2012 | Views [8169]

France is the most visited country in the world, and for good reason. It oozes culture and style, features the most iconic landmarks (hello, Eiffel Tower) and has incredible food and wine to boot.  I’ve studied in Paris, worked in Nice and visited ... Read more >

Tags: food, france, paris, travel tips


Why I Love (and Hate) Bali

INDONESIA | Tuesday, 27 Mar 2012 | Views [4686] | Comments [1]

I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about Bali, rumored to be the favorite holiday destination of Australians and Kiwis. Would I fall in love with the beaches and the street food, or would I be turned off by the commercial catering to foreigners? I’m happy ... Read more >

Tags: bali, food, indonesia, motorbikes, travel, travel tips


Nepal for the First Time Trekker (and Long Time Foodie)

NEPAL | Friday, 24 Feb 2012 | Views [7949] | Comments [8]

My love affair with Nepal began when my brother moved there for a year back in 2005. I can remember receiving emails from him where he would describe the friendly locals, endless Momo’s and beautiful artworks. I always knew it was a must see for ... Read more >

Tags: culture, food, girls guide, nepal, travel, trekking


Southern USA: 7 Tips for the First Time Visitor

USA | Wednesday, 28 Sep 2011 | Views [4703] | Comments [1]

While many people visit the United States every year, most overseas travelers hit the big three– Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New York– and rarely stray from that path. This makes the southern United States “off the beaten path” by default. I don’t know ... Read more >

Tags: entertainment, food, gerogia, history, music, north america, the south, travel, travel tips, usa


India Travel 101: A Guide to Northern India

INDIA | Friday, 26 Aug 2011 | Views [11853]

Rich in history and culture, India is an incredibly fascinating country to visit. It has so much to offer in terms of astonishing World Heritage Sites, delicious cuisine, as well as some amazing shopping. A great place to start exploring this captivating ... Read more >

Tags: cuisine, food, getting around, india, northern india, people, taj mahal, transport, travel, travel 101


Insider's France: Exploring Beyond Paris

FRANCE | Wednesday, 29 Jun 2011 | Views [2826] | Comments [3]

Eat the street food France is world-renowned for its haute cuisine . However, some of the best food is what you’ll be able to take away and enjoy in a sunny courtyard or perfectly-regimented garden. The most iconic French street ... Read more >

Tags: art, europe, fashion, food, france, marseilles, nice, normandy, paris, travel


Preparing for Mongolia

MONGOLIA | Wednesday, 22 Jun 2011 | Views [2305]

My Mother always told me: "Wash your hands and have clean underwear." So when preparing for a 12 day, self organised trip with 6 other crazy females to Mongolia, these words of wisdom rang clear. Mongolia ... Read more >

Tags: adventures, asia, food, mongolia, packing, preparation, travel


A Taste of Peru - Chupe de Camarones (Shrimp Chowder)

PERU | Thursday, 24 Mar 2011 | Views [7019] | Comments [5]

One of the wonderful things about Latin America is that you never need to worry about being hungry . Cities are dotted with wonderful street vendors selling fruit and serving up hot food. In North America if you are going on a long bus ride or ... Read more >

Tags: cuisines, culture, eating, experiences, food, peru, recipes, south america


Argentina: A Vegetarian’s Dilemma or Delight?

ARGENTINA | Friday, 23 Oct 2009 | Views [6681] | Comments [3]

Argentina - known the world over for its tango dancers, vibrant culture, and well - really, really good beef. And, let’s be honest, as a vegetarian, while the famous meat may not be so enticing, the country still absolutely ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, asado, buenos aires, food, restaurants, vegan, vegetarian


Weird and Wonderful: Authentic American Eats

USA | Saturday, 1 Aug 2009 | Views [2021]

A family enjoying a daunting Chicago-style deep dish pizza "pie". Now that's a slice! While the U.S. may be known as a culinary melting pot - adopting, transforming, and fusing cuisines from around the world, there are a few foods that ... Read more >

Tags: america, culture, eating, food, travel-tips, usa



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