Category: Food and Drink

5 unexpected wine destinations

5 unexpected wine destinations

While Spain, Italy, and France typically enjoy the limelight when it comes to well-known wine regions—think Rioja, Tuscany, and Bordeaux—travelers have long known that what we drink at home is often dictated by what gets exported and imported. Demand for bottle diversity has expanded what we can find on the shelves (thankfully), so it’s easy […]

When (vegan) luxury travel becomes a reality again

When (vegan) luxury travel becomes a reality again

As the weeks of COVID-19 travel restrictions turned into months, we found ourselves spending more and more time thinking about where we would go when travel becomes a reality again. Our hearts lie in Asia but we also have a soft spot for European cities. As lovers of luxury travel but also passionate supporters of […]

A local's recommendations for a luxury escape to wine country in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada

A local’s recommendations for a luxury escape to wine country in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada

I consider myself a very lucky woman to be living in one of the most beautiful places in the world in my humble opinion. I live in Niagara, Ontario, Canada and as some of you may or may not be aware this is wine country. Niagara Peninsula is the largest wine producing region in the […]

Explore the best wine tours in Barcelona

Explore the best wine tours in Barcelona

Barcelona is slowly and carefully reopening to tourists over the summer months, like the other cities in Spain, as the country looks to rebuild its tourism sector. This move will not only see more visitors to the city of Barcelona, but also a return to many activities and companies that have been halted by the […]

The best wineries to visit when in Spain

The best wineries to visit when in Spain

After having planned many trips within spanish wine routes, we can really appreciate that wine tourism keeps increasing every year. One of the main wine routes in Spain is undoubtedly the Ribera del Duero Wine Route, whose more than 100 kilometers long extend through the provinces of Soria, Valladolid, Burgos and Segovia. There are many […]

Best food addresses in the chicest area of Paris: Saint-Germain-des-Prés

Best food addresses in the chicest area of Paris: Saint-Germain-des-Prés

With parks, shops, restaurants and terraces open again in Paris, Parisians are gradually starting to fill up again the streets and the city is slowly but surely coming back to life, a socially-distant one anyway. Moreover, with French borders opening up on June 22nd for European Union members, and July 1st for many other countries, […]

Dreaming of vegan fine dining in Bangkok

Dreaming of vegan fine dining in Bangkok

Life has changed. Currently surrounded by uncertainty and anxiety, many of us are struggling to come to terms with this unprecedented pandemic. The health issues, economic impact, social distancing, lock downs and global travel restrictions have all become part of life as we know it. We can only hope that in the not too distant […]

Memories of a luxury getaway to Queenstown, New Zealand

Memories of a luxury getaway to Queenstown, New Zealand

This is certainly an historic time we are living in; none of us have ever experienced anything like a pandemic before and we are all trying to get through this period of uncertainty the best we possibly can. Here in Canada we are completing week six of our state of emergency; it seems everywhere you […]

Discover the 5 best wines in Provence

Discover the 5 best wines in Provence

Let me take you on a journey. It’s a COVID-19 era trip without flights, trains, suitcases or hotel rooms. And with travel banned, rather than a passport, you’ll need just a glass of wine and a little imagination to hop over borders. The French speak of tipicité and terroir. By this they mean that a […]

5 things to eat in Vietnam (and one you might not want to)

5 things to eat in Vietnam (and one you might not want to)

Part of being an adventurous traveler is getting out of your comfort zone, trying new things, and embracing the fact that you may not find the foods or creature comforts that you are used to. It’s hard to be completely immersed in a new culture without sampling the cuisine, and in Vietnam, you’ll want to […]

Supporting New York's bars, cafés and restaurants with 'Dine in NYC'

Supporting New York’s bars, cafés and restaurants with ‘Dine in NYC’

NYC & Company, New York City’s official destination marketing organization, today announced the launch of Dine in NYC. The digital initiative encourages those who are able to, to continue to patronize more than 200 select, currently open bars, cafés and restaurants—located in 62 neighborhoods across all five boroughs and serving 27 distinct cuisines*—by gathering the […]

6 Chilean sights, places and activities to see on your trip

6 Chilean sights, places and activities to see on your trip

In this current coronavirus climate, our minds wander to where we should next go once this has all ended and travelling is a joy once again. Maybe you’ll look for culture, or places to truly get away from it all. Or how about natural landscapes that will take your breath away. I believe Chile has […]

Planning a family visit to Paris, post COVID-19

Planning a family visit to Paris, post COVID-19

With more time on our hands, now is a great opportunity to get inspiration for your next trip to Paris! Planning a visit to Paris with the entire family? As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, The French capital welcomes million of visitors a year, including many families with children. Paris […]

Culinary excellence is still available in San Francisco

Culinary excellence is still available in San Francisco

Under the current shelter-in-place order, people in San Francisco still get to dine on some of the best food anywhere as the city’s restaurants retool their culinary excellence for takeout service. Here are just some of the many ways San Francisco is combining culinary resilience and innovation. Gourmet takeaways There are adored eateries in every […]

Enjoy a taste of Provence at home

Enjoy a taste of Provence at home

Another month and coronavirus continues to dominate the news. The lockdown’s being experienced by countries around the world have for the most part remained in place which of course has put paid to the best of laid travel plans for millions. Here in France, President Macron has announced that there will be a partial let […]

32 ways travel businesses are helping during the current crisis

32 ways travel businesses are helping during the current crisis

What a month it has been. Amid all the doom and gloom of the coronavirus pandemic, there are some positive stories that deserve to be heard, many of which come from within one of the industries most severely hit: travel. Sadly, these are often overlooked, so here I share with you just a small handful […]