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Self Guided Food Tour in Penang, Malaysia
Apr 15

Self Guided Food Tour in Penang, Malaysia
By Vicky

Penang is hailed as one of the world’s greatest street food destinations. Though we were renting an apartment here and I was doing a lot of cooking at home, no visit could be complete without a full day allocated to sampling the various regional delicacies….

Nyonya Cooking with Pearly Cooking Class Review
Apr 9

Nyonya Cooking with Pearly Cooking Class Review
By Vicky

As you probably already know my now I simply love cooking classes and try to take them as often as possible. So when we arrived in Penang, hailed as one of the best places in Asia for food, it should be no surprise one of…

Cook Like a Local Cooking Class Review, Kathmandu
Jan 15

Cook Like a Local Cooking Class Review, Kathmandu
By Vicky

I love to take cooking class every where we go and so upon arrival in Nepal one of the first things I did was look up a cooking school in Kathmandu. I came across The Cook Like a Local classes at Social Tours and after…

Best Meals in Scotland
Jan 12

Best Meals in Scotland
By Vicky

I wasn’t sure what to expect from the food of Scotland. It’s not exactly known for being a gastronomic country. My expectations weren’t too high. But my taste buds were truly blown away. We had some absolutely incredible meals in Scotland. In these tiny villages,…

Fat Tire Bike Tours In Paris
Aug 2

Fat Tire Bike Tours In Paris
By Dave

If you haven’t heard, Paris is a pretty big city – definitely not meant for walking, unless you want to see only a small fraction of it. And who wants to choose between Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower? That’s why Vicky and I jumped…

Cook’n With Class Review
Jul 30

Cook’n With Class Review
By Vicky

After many different cooking classes in Asia I couldn’t be more excited to finally be able to take one in Europe. Of all the places in Europe my first class would be in Paris. This wouldn’t be your standard appetizer, main course class. For the…

Sorya Kayaking In Kratie, Cambodia
Jun 29

Sorya Kayaking In Kratie, Cambodia
By Dave

Our first stop in Cambodia from Laos was Kratie, a tiny town in northeastern Cambodia. Kratie is a pleasant enough town and not overly touristy, but the thing we were looking forward to the most was kayaking with Sorya Kayaking as well as a chance to see the famous and endangered Irrawaddy Dolphins in their natural habitat.

Lub d Hostel Review
May 21

Lub d Hostel Review
By Vicky

Lub d means “sleep well” in Thai – see how we slept at the famous Lub d hostel in Bangkok.

Grandma’s Thai Recipes Cooking Class Review
May 3

Grandma’s Thai Recipes Cooking Class Review
By Vicky

After taking many cooking classes in Thailand I was ready to take my final one in Chiang Mai. I chose Grandma’s Thai Recipes for its stellar TripAdvisor reviews and the fact that the cooking class would be private, and you get to pick which dishes to prepare. While group cooking classes are fun I do enjoy the personal interaction and conversations with the instructor that comes with a private class.

The Holiday Inn at Brentwood
May 1

The Holiday Inn at Brentwood
By Assistant

    Lodging when flying into London’s Stansted is not usually a problem if you are willing to venture beyond the metropolitan area, just outside the M25 beltway and head to Brentwood.   Its proximity to downtown London as well as neighboring Cambridge, places it in the ideal location for…

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