Day 41: Aix-en-Provence In Portrait

Thursday night was date night. And by date night I mean that my partner and I cooked together and ended up watching TV. Just as we have done most evenings since March 11th.

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Six Dishes To Try In Palermo, Sicily

If like me you enjoy eating, Palermo won’t let you down.

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How Do You Take Yours? Sampling The Perfect Cup Of Panamanian Coffee

Whether you’re an espresso fiend, a daily instant drinker or merely a dabbler with the odd cappuccino, learning about where your coffee comes from is fascinating.

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Three Reasons I Fell For Florence, Italy

If I’m honest, I was drunk. The Chianti had gone to my head and the already glowing evening had taken on an ethereal quality, framed by a heavy Photoshop vignette. 

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Fuelled By Bubbles: Running La Champenoise, France

I hadn’t expected it to start with a hill. As a lime green man-kini and its host buttocks pulled away up the gravel path, the tiny town of Reuil dropped away behind me, and I puffed my way through the first kilometres of France’s strangest sporting event.

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A Foodies’ Guide To Lithuania

I have some advice: Don’t holiday in Lithuania if you don’t like carbs, if you wince at the thought of loosening a belt buckle or if, for whatever reason, you don’t enjoy eating.

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Five Ways To Eat Out In London

When I was a little girl my mother was always very particular about table manners.

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In Search Of Tea In Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands

The only place I’ve travelled in the world where a fruit stall doubles as a bus stop, is just outside the mountain town of Tanah Rata in Malaysia’s north.

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Working A Vintage Season In South Australia

The twelve-hour day shift starts at 6am. They don’t tell you that before you sign up.

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Dishes From The World’s Longest Train Journey

The Trans-Siberian Express passes through countries renowned for their hearty cooking. Stewed meats, dumplings and some more peculiar feasts are on the menu.

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