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Will Travel, Around the Web, For Food

April 29 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #dining out, #eat your way around the world, #eating out, #foodie website, #Global Food Etiquette, #Recommendations & Rants (tips, links and reviews), #restaurants, #travel and food, #travel kitchen, #Travel Kitchen (recipes and food stories from around the world), #writing about food

Tapas - easy to prepare. Source: RealSimple.com One of the benefits of travelling is the opportunity is the opportunity to try new experiences, especially when it comes to food. If you are wondering where to start, here are eight foodie articles, from...

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Friday Photo: Flinders Street Station is a Landmark in Which Australian City?

April 27 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #Australia, #Australian Architecture, #Flinders Street Station, #holiday snaps, #Queensland Landmarks, #Snap Away (travel photography), #train stations, #Travel Beyond the UK, #travel photography, #where am I?

The grand Edwardian baroque building of Flinders Street Station, below, has become more than a place to catch a train. These day meeting 'under the clocks' is a 'must-do' when visiting this eastern Australian city that: edged out Vancouver, in 2011, to...

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Book Review: Are We There Yet by Ben Hatch

April 25 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #Are we there yet?, #Ben Hatch, #Book review, #family-friendly guidebook, #Staycation - UK, #Staycation UK, #travel book, #Travel Write Now (stories and news), #travel writing, #travelling around UK

Book title: Are We Nearly There Yet?: A Family's 8000 Miles Around Britain in a Vauxhall Astra Format: Kindle (also available in paperback) Pages: 353 Price: £1.99 Product Description If you think writing a guidebook is easy, think again… "‘Hurry up,’...

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Travel Writing Prompt: The Scent of Travel

April 25 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #five senses, #show don't tell, #travel, #Travel News, #travel writing, #Writing, #writing excercise, #writing prompt

The travel story that really resonates with the reader is one that takes us on a journey with the author. Often on that journey we are encouraged through the words of the author to see what they saw, much space is given up to descriptions that would make...

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Travelwise - Tips for Reducing the Effects of Jet lag (Advertorial)

April 24 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #avoid jet lag, #Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, #Jet Lag, #jet lag tips, #Recommendations & Rants (tips, links and reviews), #silent revolution, #silentnight, #sleep, #travel, #travel tips, #travelwise

Spokeswoman for Silentnight Dr Nerina Ramlakhan gives her top tips on how to get back into a natural sleeping pattern after a holiday. Tired of being jet lagged? Spending countless nights after coming back from a holiday clock watching? With three quarters...

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Travel Quote: We Travel Because ... Anything Could Happen

April 24 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #DiverseTraveller.com - Women Who Travel, Write, Snap & Share, #Love of travel, #Mary Morris, #Nothing to Declare, #travel, #Travel quote, #Travel Write Now (stories and news), #travel writing, #travelling

"Women who travel as I travel are dreamers. Our lives seem to be lives of endless possibility. Like readers of romances, we think that anything can happen to us at any time. We forget that this is not our real life - our life of domestic details, work...

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Ode To My Fellow Food Pornographers [Includes Video]

April 22 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #"Eat it don't tweet it", #Food, #Food Pornographers, #travel and food, #Travel Kitchen (recipes and food stories from around the world), #youtube video

When travelling we usually come across foods that we have never seen before, and may never see or eat again, so it's no surprise that many of us have many photos of such strange foods. But what if you can't sop, what if the first thing you do when you...

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Travel Kitchen - Fluffy American Pancakes

April 22 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #American Pancakes, #Cooking, #Food, #Pancakes, #reciepe, #travel, #travel and food, #Travel Beyond the UK, #travel kitchen, #Travel Kitchen (recipes and food stories from around the world)

I am not much of a cook, but something I can do without getting into a tizzy, is make tasty pancakes. And my favourite day to do this is on Sunday, the day of my digital detox, no email checking, Tweeting, browsing and so on. My day of rest consists of...

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Travel Trivia: World Music

April 21 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #Excess Baggage (Misc), #Music, #music on my ipod, #travel, #travelling music

Twelve of the songs on my ipod, that feature countries or cities in their title: Brazilian Love Affair by George Duke Cemeries of London - Coldplay Deutschland - Terri Walker Diamonds from Sierra Leone - Kane West Indian Flute - Timbaland feat. Magoo...

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Time To Get Over My "First World Problems"

April 19 2012 , Written by thediversetraveller Published on #Excess Baggage (Misc), #First World Problems, #funny video, #perspective, #reflection, #self-pity

Another day of cold rain, grey clouds and overcast sky making me feel as bad as the day looks. Thankfully, YouTube has pulled from the depths of the rainy day blues, where once again this dreary week, I am contemplating the meaning of life, in the form...

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