If you’re thinking about your next meal and aren’t sure what to eat, you’re not alone! Many people struggle with choice overload, where their blood sugar is low, they’re hungry, yet they’re not sure what or where to eat. If this sounds like you, there are a few ways to figure out how to find the best food near you!
Medieval pilgrim trails across northern Spain took devout Christians to the town of Santiago de Compostella, to worship before what is believed to be the remains of St James. Modern travellers have different intentions for taking the two surviving Camino routes (as they are known).
Indeed, my walking destination is a specific modern shrine—Arzak Restaurant in San Sebastian, ranked number seven in San Pellegrino’s world Best 50 restaurants.
South Australia’s Barossa Valley becomes a tapestry of colours in autumn – green, yellow, gold and rich red/ brown – stitched to a quilt of rolling vineyards, scattered with old-world colonial homesteads.
The award-winning Grand Velas Riviera Maya, situated just south of Cancun near Playa del Carmen, certainly has a great beach, inviting swimming pools, huge stylish rooms with jacuzzis and a can-do service attitude. What sets the five-year-old resort apart is the high level of its cuisine, not just in the five specialty restaurants but in room service and the three anything-but-ordinary buffet and a la carte eating places.
Sometimes running away from a miserable situation can make things worse. Other times it can lead to happy revelations. Is it your choice, or is it fate?
The authors travel by train through central Germany, sampling local wines, enjoying the unique regional food, and touring the Mercedes-Benz Museum.
Most dining establishments with a view think they can get away with second rate food. Not so at The Black Spruce tucked away in Newfoundland’s UNESCO World Heritage Site Gros Morne Park.
There is plenty of food for thought in the beautiful wine country of Western Australia’s Margaret River region.
The province of Quebec is renowned for the quality of the beer it produces. Year in and year out, many of its breweries leave the World’s Beer Awards with their hands full of high-status prizes. Next time you are in Montreal, make sure you stop by these five awesome microbreweries.
Readers of Life As A Human are familiar with the amazing work that Kane Ryan and the Dirty Wall Project have done in India helping transform the Saki Naka slum community into one of the cleanest in the city and country. A while back, we heard that Kane was up to something new, and local. We reached out to him and here is what he told us about his exciting new project!