You can always learn about a country and it's culture through the food. We try to participate in a cooking class or market tour in every place we visit to really ground in and begin to understand how people live in other parts of the world. The Thai Cooking 101 class we found at Basil Cookery in Chiang Mai, Thailand was
When we start packing our travel snacks, one thing that always makes it into our carry on is granola. Flavorful and easy to eat by itself or in a smoothie, it always makes the cut. Since it's inception we've been loyal to Purely Elizabeth, but here are some other healthy brands that our
We are officially declaring our love for avocados. If we could eat them every day we would! Sliced in our salad, diced over fish or just straight out of the shell with a spoon - yum yum yum. So we're loving this new take on a classic from Chef Corinne Trang.
Have at least a day in Hanoi during your trip to Vietnam? Do not miss this 3.5 hour guided walking tour of Hanoi's Old Quarter lead by the brilliant Mark Lowerson. We always recommend sampling food as the fastest way to gain an understanding of a new to you culture. This tour is for the adventurous and open-minded. Read: vegetarians need not inquire! Tours are given in English and are small in size, 2 - 4 people.