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Where To Find The Best Food in Uruguay.featured

Uruguay. It’s understated, underrated, and completely under the radar, at least for those outside of South America. Uruguay is a total hidden gem, a country both simplistic and passionate at the same time. The land is one of wide beaches, green valleys, and thinly scattered palm trees. The food is colorful, creative and rich with Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Mexico Cityfeatured

I cannot say enough good things about the incredible, eclectic, expansive and endlessly impressive Mexico City. The artfulness of the streets, buildings and parks, the pure and palpable friendliness of the people, the care and creativeness put into the design of every bit of space, and of course the distinctiveness found in its culinary creations, Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Panama Cityfeatured

Panama is one of those countries that offers an incredible amount of variety and beauty in a relatively small and easily navigable space. There are jaw droppingly beautiful islands in every direction. There are stretches of jungle that go on for ages, so thick and dense that your eyes get lost in a sea of Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Cubafeatured

In late December 2014 President Obama opened relations with Cuba, over 50 years after the embargo that stopped all US imports and meant that American citizens could not enter the country was first put in place. This shift has a lot of meaning, one of which directly affects the ability for Americans to travel into Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Tulumfeatured

Booked three weeks prior to flying out, I spent New Years 2015 in Tulum, Mexico. The days (and nights) were hectic because of the time of the year it was, but I still managed to get some good Mexican style eats in the mix. The following restaurants are ranked in order of my overall enjoyment Read more

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Where To Find The Best Food in Parque Tayronafeatured

I didn’t think to write anything about Parque Tayrona initially.  You go to this island in the midst of your Colombian travels to chill on the breathtaking untouched coast, and really, not much else.  There are three or four beaches around the circumference, lights out are at 8pm and you walk everywhere– it’s about an hour Read more

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Honduras.featured

For my first holiday since moving back to New York, I decided to venture into Central America, an area of the world I had not yet been.  I wanted relatively cheap, relatively close, relatively untouched, and somewhere that would offer a good mix of mountains and beaches.  I looked into flights for an array of Read more

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Cuzco, Peru.featured

Though seeing Cuzco was definitely more site focused than food focused, we still found a few great spots to drop into along the way giving great reason to really explore all- and also lesser known- areas of this magical city.  Keep in mind this entry was very much done from a backpackers mindset; being on Read more

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Lima, Peru.featured

The city with surprisingly excellent food or not so surprising to some I’ve learned, as apparently this is the culinary capital of South America. After several people had all extremely enthusiastically encouraged me to change my plans and do an extended layover in Lima en route to Bogota, I put my trust in them and Read more

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Buenos Aires, Argentina.featured

2012 was the year that I mostly didn’t work.  Instead, during my transition from living in London back to living in New York, I traveled.  My first stop along this journey was in Buenos Aires, where I based myself for just over three weeks.  During this time I visited museums, I sipped coffee in cafes, Read more

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