Tag Archives: Food

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Feasting on Fanesca – Easter in Ecuador

Posted on 02. Apr, 2015 by Jac McPherson.

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Easter is a great time to visit Ecuador! With such a large Catholic population, the week known as Holy Week, from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, is a time of celebration and it is common to come across festivals, parades and street music. But this Easter I discovered another benefit to being in Ecuador during [...]

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Top 7 dishes of Central America

Posted on 25. Mar, 2015 by Marcus Hunt.

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During Marcus’ adventures across Central America he rounded up some of the best dishes for all the eager foodies out there! Try and get through this post without salivating- we dare you! Guatemala 1)The local speciality when you’re near the coastal areas of Guatemala is a rich seafood stew called ‘tapado’ made from fish, shrimp, [...]

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Outing the Old el Paso myth

Posted on 26. Jun, 2013 by Bec Nicholls.

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Tour Leader in Central America, Bec takes us on a voyage of culinary discoveries, tickling our taste buds.

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Food in Peru

Posted on 17. Jun, 2013 by Diane Embling.

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Diane’s passion for food is as big as her love of travelling. While tour leading with her husband, Diane gets to sample many of the culinary delights of South America.

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Foods of South and Eastern Africa

Posted on 17. May, 2013 by Owen Denton.

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Ex Tour Leader, Owen Denton, describes the different foods that Africa has to offer. It is not all cornmeal porridge but delicious seafood, fruits and meats.

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Markets of Stone Town

Posted on 15. May, 2013 by Rebecca Thompson.

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Zanzibar Spice Island; an exotic and chaotic that challenged and delighted Rebecca’s preconceptions.

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Sampling Vietnamese Cuisine

Posted on 04. Apr, 2013 by Owen Denton.

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Owen Denton, ex Tour Leader at Tucan Travel has journeyed the world, sampling all the culinary delights on offer. Here he offers advice on where to eat in one of the most flavourful countries in Asia.

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Red Ant Dish

Bizarre foods South East Asia edition.

Posted on 02. Apr, 2013 by Brian McDonald.

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With plenty of tour leading experience under his belt, Brian is not afraid to try new things. Here he describes some of the dishes he has sampled.

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Learn to cook Nom Du Du

Posted on 21. Nov, 2012 by Rebecca Thompson.

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Koto Vietnam’s recipe for smoked eggplant with garlic, chilli and basil, a traditional Vietnamese dish  is as easy to cook as it is delicious.  Koto is a restaurant devoted to training young people living on the streets of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to cook and develop the skills needed for a better and [...]

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