I’ve always wanted to do an Isle of Islay tour, and attending the Whisky and Music Festival with Highland Explorer Tours was easily the best option. As I’ve stated before, I don’t drink a lot of alcohol, but I was really happy to sample different whiskies from seven of the nine distilleries on Islay, not to mention all the other attractions, food, and stories on the tour.
There’s no question that Italy is one of the best gastronomical countries in the world. Thus, it was a no-brainer that I had to do the Florence food tour on my recent trip. Here are the dishes I tried, and whether or not I think it’s a good tour to do.
As a food tour guide myself, I will always say that food tours are the best way to explore a new city and culture. Marrakech was no exception. On my second visit, Vanesa and I booked a Moroccan food tour with Marrakech Food Tours. I was quite surprised by some of the dishes we tried, and in absolute heaven with others. Here are the dishes from our tour, and some of the tidbits I learned along the route.
After two months in Argentina, I finally made it to Ushuaia, and the town quickly became my favorite destination in the country. Here’s a list of my top things to do in Ushuaia, some of which I did, and some of which are on my bucket list for when I return.
San Telmo is one of the oldest of the 48 neighborhoods (barrios) in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and one of the most interesting to explore. Vanesa and I only spent the better part of an afternoon there, but we found some really interesting things, especially considering she’s from Buenos Aires but had never really explored the neighborhood herself growing up.