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    Middle East

    5 Authentic Places to try Local Food in Dubai

    Food in Dubai has an enormous variety. With a majority population of expats, the diversity is endless. You can find just about every kind of cuisine from around the world; Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Chinese, Japanese, European, Continental, Italian, Arabic, and French to name a few. But if you’re visiting Dubai, make sure you experience local Emirati cuisine. Emirati dishes are an amalgamation and representation of the mixed culture of Dubai. The best dishes stem from the Arabic origin, and are a beloved favourite of local Dubai residents. With an array of sumptuous options available for all budgets, starting from delicious street food, the best in fine dining options and the famous Dhow cruise dinner, Dubai is known…

  • Europe,  Scandinavia

    A Scenic Paradise: The Ideal Scandinavian Itinerary

    Norway, Sweden and Denmark – the three countries that make up Scandinavia give you NATURE at its very best! A tapestry of lakes, mountains, hills and endless forests, nature’s beauty is unfathomable here. Winter is merciless, transforming the landscape into a barren island filled with ice caves and frozen waterfalls, bleak and grey while the brief summer punctuates into a celebration of light! Cities throughout Scandinavia offer you a cornucopia of arts, culture and heritage, blending history and tradition seamlessly with today’s modern technology. With its mesmerising landscape, beautiful architecture, vibrant cities and quaint villages, a trip to any of the Scandinavian countries will surely leave you wanting more. Please follow…

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    Minnesota

    7 Amazing Benefits of Attending TBEX

    So what are the benefits of attending TBEX? You’ve probably already read my post on why I think all travel bloggers should attend TBEX, but now it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty; What do you get out of it? So glad you asked! There are plenty of bloggers out there bashing TBEX for whatever reason, and it’s all good, each to their own. And I get it, you work damn hard at this! If you’re going to spend 3-4 days out of your insanely busy schedule, precious time away from writing, researching, and marketing, it better be worth it right? I’ll share the benefits I gleaned from this conference…

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    British Columbia,  Canada

    Made in BC: A Context Travel Review

    After being out of town on three back-to-back holidays, yesterday I decided to play tourist in my hometown of Vancouver, and join the  Context Travel “Made in BC Culinary Stroll” of historic Granville Island. As much as I love a freshly stamped passport, there’s something so rewarding about experiencing my city like it’s the first time, especially when it involves local food! Who is Context Travel? If tours are not your thing, but intimate and experiential travel is, Context is perfect for you. These are not tours so much as they are walking seminars, led by experts in their field of choice. The idea is to engage travelers in a discussion…