Seeing the northern lights is undoubtedly high on a lot of people’s bucket lists. There’s something otherworldly about those snaking, dancing colours in the sky that’s, well, magical. Chasing the northern lights, or aurora borealis, [Read more...]
By Himanshu Agarwal | The Foodie World Contributing Blogger India. The land of epics, of mythology, of Bollywood, of beautiful chaos, of devotion, of unconditional and loyal love, of faith and religion, of unexplained craziness and [Read more...]
Travelling for the best food experiences around the world is what the Foodie World blog is all about. Connecting with other travel lovers on social media and learning about great opportunities has been a huge [Read more...]
By Sonja Lee | The Foodie World contributing blogger Herzlich Willkommen an Bord des ICE 720! Welcome on board the ICE 720, says the conductor, as the train departs Munich right on the dot of [Read more...]
Ever wondered how expensive it is to fly in certain countries? Average prices per km vary markedly according to the Aviation Price Index, a new survey by online travel agency Kiwi.com which found India was [Read more...]
There are few other words likely to strike fear into the heart of a traveller using Airbnb: “You need to jiggle the key in the lock”. Having used Airbnb four times, in various cities (and, [Read more...]
By Sonja Lee | The Foodie World contributing blogger Upon entering the steam room of the delightful sauna facilities at the Müller’sches Volksbad last weekend, your correspondent came across a woman kitted up in a [Read more...]
It’s impossible to generalise about hotels. Star ratings can be meaningless and price certainly can be no indicator of quality. But, having stayed in more than our fair share of accommodation over the years, there [Read more...]
When you’re based in Melbourne, Australia, pretty much any flight out of the country is a long one. Given I travel long-haul (which I define as a minimum of three hours but is usually much [Read more...]
It’s a romantic notion, heading to Martha’s Vineyard for a few days’ R&R. The island, off the Massachusetts coast, has been a haven for travellers for, quite literally, centuries. Indeed, the first white settlement was [Read more...]
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