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An exotic destination, good food, and relaxation are the main ingredients for a dream holiday. So, mix them all on your next culinary vacation in Sri Lanka! You should know that Sri Lanka’s local cuisine abounds in spices, herbs, and different oils, such as coconut or sesame. Take this opportunity to taste an abundance of flavors. Additionally, the local food experts will teach you how to cook various local recipes, from seafood to palm tree syrup pancakes. In your free time, visit the many ancient landmarks, temples, tobacco plantations, or simply relax by the ocean.
College years may be one of the most entertaining and the most challenging times of anyone’s life. In this never-ending cycle of lectures, dates, and quizzes, it can be challenging to maintain a healthy diet.
Eating in a foreign country can be intimidating enough. If you happen to be wandering around Thailand, the intimidation factor is exasperated by how spicy they like their food. For most tourists in Thailand, there’s always a safe choice: Pad Thai. A noodle dish made of chicken and a variety of vegetable; it is customizable for the customer and can be intensely spicy or mild and sweet.
From show-stopping sandy beaches to the idyllic countryside – the southeast part of Australia certainly doesn’t lack for gorgeous sights, nor entertainment. We’ve heard all about adventures, but what about food? The true gourmets know that this is the road where deliciousness lies, and those with a discerning palette will definitely want to check out the fine cuisine that this part of the country offers.
“You have got to be kidding me! Pakistan? No way!” This is more or less the response you would probably get when you share with your friends and family that you are traveling to Pakistan. Though the Western media hasn’t painted Pakistan in such a pretty light, it is far from the reality.