Posts Tagged ‘food’

Some of us preferred Christmas as kids, with our zero responsibility lifestyle and care-free living. For some, it was a time that brought about beautiful memories. With this list, let’s relive those nostalgic Christmas memories and go down candy cane memory lane.Matching Christmas Clothes  New clothes were always an...

Morocco is filled with a number of distinct diverse culture and tradition. It’s a gateway to some of the best artefacts, natural splendour and best of all warm, welcoming people.FoodSource: IndependentFor every foodie out there, a visit to Morocco should be on your travel list. Excite your taste buds with the...

Lagos is the melting pot of everything Nigerian; a city brimming with color, magic and energy. From the ever-bustling thoroughfares of Idumota in Lagos Island to the absorbing lush and quiet of Banana Islands as well as the pulsating slums that spread across the city, Lagos is every adventurer’s dreamland. Just as the...

The best of Cape Verde comes with love, life, laughter and an experience of a lifetime. You may not even have heard of Cape Verde before, and we don’t blame you. It is an archipelago consisting of ten islands, situated off the coast of Senegal. It used to belong to Portugal but gained independence in 1975.So what’s...

On most airlines, the food resembles the blankets—rarely free and small in size. Add a list of ingredients that’s weird and unrecognizable, and you’ll understand the less than enthusiastic response people have when presented with meals in the sky. But some carriers, mostly long-haul foreign ones, are embarking on a new...

Highest hotels or huge sick-bag collections — it’s always good to maintain a sense of humility, and humor, when traveling.To mark the launch of Guinness Worlds Records 2012 edition, published today, here are 10 travel-inspired superlatives from the extreme, to the insane.Thanks to Guinness World Records for assistance...