Historic Views of Mexico City

When thinking of Mexico it is easy to automatically think of laid back beautiful beaches and  margaritas. However, with a capital city of nearly nine million people, Mexico City dominates North America as the largest city on the continent. The city itself is huge with plenty of unique neighborhoods and areas to explore. The Plaza…

K-38, Mexico • Baja California’s Best Tacos

Southern California residents have always had easy access to Northern Baja California. Although Northern Mexico became a no-go region for several years, it is now returning to its past glory days of weekend escapes. A popular spot just south of Rosarito is K-38, or Kilometer 38. It’s easy to determine the location because of the…

Modica, Sicily • The Best Chocolate in the World

Modica, small town close to Ragusa , is famous all around the world for its chocolate. The preparation is unique because they use a cold technique, and they keep it secret. Apart of visit the city, that is really elegant and well-finished, we went to Antica Dolceria Bonajuto, the most ancient chocolate factory of Sicily….

Canary Islands • New Flavors, Renewed Satisfaction

GELATERIA DEMAESTRI IN EL MÉDANO, TENERIFE This place kept me coming back for more. Who would have thought? I’ve spent a fair share of time in Italy (shoving my face with the best gelato in the world) so that’s saying something. What made this place unique from other gelaterias in the area is that they have new flavors…

Cusco, Peru • Joyful Fusion

This tip is provided by our English Explorer, Siobhan Lawless. A stone’s throw from Plaza de Armas in Cusco, my taste buds skyrocketed to new levels of happiness. ‘Morena Peruvian Kitchen’ or ‘Café Morena’ provides all foodies with a first-class dining experience, where authentic Peruvian dishes are served with a modern makeover.  It’s ideal for…

Madrid, Spain • A Secret Beach…That’s Underground

Who said that Spain’s capital doesn’t have a beach? Café by day, restaurant by night, Ojalá  (“Hopefully” in Spanish) is here to prove us all wrong. Located in Malasaña, Madrid’s coolest district, this popular joint attracts hipsters, students and young city dwellers looking for the sand that the city can’t offer them anywhere else in…

Bogotá, Colombia • Traditional. Affordable. Delicious.

If you are looking for a place to try traditional Colombian cuisine, look no further than La Puerta Falsa in Bogota. The restaurant has been frequented by Bogotanos since 1816 and is hidden on a street near the Plaza de Bolivar. You most likely won’t be able to find a table when you walk in…

San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua • Surprisingly Good Sushi

Where in the world would you expect to find the best sushi outside of Japan? Perhaps in one of many leading capital cities: New York, Paris or London. Or possibly in Japan’s neighbouring counties? Well, I’m pretty sure I found it in the tiny town of San Juan Del Sur, in Central America’s Nicaragua, and…

Cecima, Italy • A Farm on Top of the Hill

When we first arrived to this place, a bunch of people were paragliding down the beautiful Piedmontese hills;like eagles flying in the skies, it all looked very peaceful. The farm is on top of a hill, and right next to an observatory. Later on, I learned from a good friend that the place is well…

New York City – True Sicilian Is Hard to Find

You may know what Italian food is in general, but a select few can actually point a finger on what Sicilian cuisine stands for. Having visited Sicily last December, I can give you a quick rundown of what you are looking for: culturally diverse, passionate, fresh, abundant, and rich food. Think of Sicily’s soils, one…

Buenos Aires, Argentina – Cuisine at Las Cabras

This Tip is provided by our English Explorer, Alex Taylor. The culture in BA was different to anywhere else I’d ever been. The streets were very European, the spoken Spanish was easier to understand, and the meats and wines were incredible. Despite there being thousands of restaurants to choose from in and around the city,…