7 Awesome Things to do in Cartagena

Palenqueras (the women of Palenque) in Cartagena

Cartagena is one of Colombia’s most visit tourist cities and very rightly so. As one of the first Spanish colonies in the Americas, Cartagena was once a powerful port city for the Spanish conquistadors. Today, Cartagena and has many things to do and see for all types of travellers. Whether looking for a luxury getaway or travelling on a backpackers budget you won’t be disappointed. ... Read more »

The Best City Breaks in Scandinavia

Malmö City Hall

Scandinavian cities are a perfect choice for a summer citybreak getaway. We explore the five best cities across the Scandinavian region to visit. Each of our chosen Scandi cities is beautiful, and offers a wonderful mix of city bustle and a serene natural environment within close reach. ... Read more »

Eight Tips to a Quintessentially Quebec Bike Tour

Cycling in Quebec

Quebec is definitely a destination bike location. Alongside beautiful rolling scenery, old world charm in a new world destination, and fantastic food, it also offers the longest system of trails in North America, linking Quebec to Ontario, New Brunswick, and the U.S. Armed with our eight tips, you’re ready for the bicycle ride of your life in Quebec. ... Read more »

Markets of Canada | Vancouver Farmers Markets

Vancouver's Granville Market

As a forward-thinking and youthful city, Vancouver is proud of its many progressive actions in response to climate change and global warming. In addition to extensive recycling programs, popular car-sharing initiatives, bike-friendliness and growing electric car ownership, Vancouver is home to a large variety of farmers’ markets. City farmers’ markets became much more mainstream following ... Read more »

What is Korean Temple Food? Learning about Vegan Korean Food from Chef Ji Young Kim

Korean Temple Food - Grilled Potato with Jujubes and Chestnuts

Chef Ji Young Kim is the head chef at Balwoo Gongyang, a Korean temple food restaurant in Seoul. Driven by the Buddhist tenets of temple food, the restaurant aims to promote Buddhist culture and the practice of balwoo gongyang, the act of eating as part of practicing Buddhism, and how to appreciate food using all five of the senses. Read on to learn more about this vegan cuisine, and how Chef Ji Young Kim achieved a Michelin-star. ... Read more »

Caffè La serra | Our Favourite Cafe in Venice

Caffè La serra | My Favourite Cafe in Venice

Cafe culture is quintessentially Italian, and that certainly holds true in Venice. There are a thousand cafes in Venice in which to enjoy a cappuccino, espresso or macchiato, (or tea, beer or soft drinks if you prefer) and we paused in several during our recent visit. Many Venetian cafes offer light meals and sweets, perfect ... Read more »