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Skip the Grease in Greece: What to Eat for a Healthy Meal

Greece is a big country. And just like any other country, it has its own local cuisines that differ from city to city, region to region. OVerall, however, Grecian cuisine is super fresh and a good balance of salty, sweet, and savory. Read on to learn more about what kind of delicious foods are waiting [...]
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A taste of authenticity in the moroccan cuisine

Depending upon where you travel to and through in Morocco, any type of cuisine is discoverable. If you are traveling through metropolitan cities, like Casablanca, you can find anywhere from Asian fusion, to fresh catches, and of course, the classic Moroccan favorites. It is North Africa, so the entree variety is as large as the [...]
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Eat your way through the capital of Russia

We encourage you try to pop in to at least a couple of local eateries while you are touring through Moscow. There are many mom and pop shops serving up some of the best Shchi (cabbage soup) and Pelmeni (minced meat in pastry dough). If you see locals eating there, it is a good sign; you might [...]
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Expect Blissful Dining on a Beautiful Beach at Playa Coyote

Playa Coyote is a hidden gem for its tourist free beaches, but just because it is not well known does not mean you have to sacrifice on food. You can enjoy some of the freshest and most delicious meals right in Coyote at local restaurants just a short walk down the beach. Otherwise, travel 10 [...]
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Where to Eat When You’re Feelin’ Crabby in Krabi, Thailand

We all know what it's like to be "hangry": you're angry, hungry, tired, and just overall not a nice to be around. But when we're in a foreign country, it can be hard to plan for when the hunger bug strikes. As a traveler, we ain't got time to be hangry! Luckily for us, no matter where [...]
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Explore France with your taste buds

When you think French cuisine, what comes to mind? Wine, cheese, and a long crispy baguette? This trinity is considered symbolic to the nation, especially by foreigners, but France has much more to offer on a plate. Authentic French cuisine is delectable; snails are actually quite delicious when the shells are filled with garlic butter. [...]
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Koh Samui’s diverse eats: from Thai to Italian

A steaming bowl arrives to your table. Delicately filled halfway, it holds jasmine rice, topped with a thin, light, sweet coconut curry, infused with the approachable aromatics of fish sauce throughout, with bits of fresh-cut cilantro and lemongrass sprinkled across the top. One of the traditional Thai dishes, this it what you have to look [...]
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Discover eateries sprinkled across Tanzania

While much of Tanzania is filled with fresh markets that would encourage a traveler to buy straight from locals and munch on fresh fruits and vegetables all day, there are petite restaurants available in the mainland. Just be aware that you could go miles and miles without spotting a 'quick bite', but you will find [...]
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Eat your way through ‘The Spice Islands’ of Zanzibar

Zanzibar cuisine is a mixture of varied cultures on a plate; with a history of trade, the multi-ethnic nature of this Tanzanian region can be tasted through its most traditional dishes. Bantu, Arab, British, Indian, Chinese, and Portuguese flavors mix together harmoniously to make some of the most unique foods in Africa. When traveling to [...]
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Discover delicious bites in El Salvador

Many El Salvadorian dishes are centered around maize, the Spanish term for corn. As many other hispanic cultures, beans and rice are incorporated with corn for a hearty, filling meal. Pupusa is a traditional dish made with corn or flour tortillas, filled with cheese, chicharrón (cooked pork meat ground to a paste consistency), and refried beans. [...]
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Where to eat on the tiny Island of Kalamos

For all of our food-lovin’ Yogis and Yoginis out there, whose expression gets a little far-away when thinking about what they are going to eat for lunch, and plan their next meal while they are still eating the current one, and what they ate is always the first thing they mention when telling friends about [...]
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Top 5 Places To Eat On The Island of Santorini

Calling all hungry yogis and yoginis! After a full day of exploring Santorini's natural beauty and sweating it out on the mat you are sure to be ready to eat! Check out our top five recommendations below for the best places to enjoy a meal. Wherever you stop to fill up your belly, make sure [...]
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Hungry Hungry Yogis and Yoginis in Crete, Greece

It would be truly impossible to not have the culinary experience of a lifetime while in Crete. Between the fresh produce and the abundance of just-caught-seafood your tastebuds will be in for a great time! So for the food-lovin’ Yogis and Yoginis out there, whose expression gets a little far-away when thinking about what they [...]
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Where to Eat in Athens, Greece

First of all, who doesn't like Greek food? As far as we know, no one! Your trip to Athens is going to be a magical journey in more ways than one! For all of our food-lovin’ Yogis and Yoginis out there, whose expression gets a little far-away when thinking about what they are going to [...]
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Tasty Eats For Yogis in Seoul, South Korea

For all of our food-lovin’ Yogis and Yoginis out there, whose expression gets a little far-away when thinking about what they are going to eat for lunch, and plan their next meal while they are still eating the current one, and what they ate is always the first thing they mention when telling friends about [...]
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Where You Should Stop for Lunch in Santiago

For all of our food-lovin’ Yogis and Yoginis out there, whose expression gets a little far-away when thinking about what they are going to eat for lunch, and plan their next meal while they are still eating the current one, and what they ate is always the first thing they mention when telling friends about [...]
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Belgium is Known for Food: Where to Eat in Brussels

For all of our food-lovin’ Yogis and Yoginis out there, whose expression gets a little far-away when thinking about what they are going to eat for lunch, and plan their next meal while they are still eating the current one, and what they ate is always the first thing they mention when telling friends about [...]
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What (And Where!) to Eat in Luxembourg City

For all of our food-lovin’ Yogis and Yoginis out there, whose expression gets a little far-away when thinking about what they are going to eat for lunch, and plan their next meal while they are still eating the current one, and what they ate is always the first thing they mention when telling friends about [...]
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What’s On Your Plate: Buenos Aires Edition

A country famed for its steaks, vegetarian and vegan eating seems like a doubtful endeavor in Argentina. Eating meat is heavily ingrained in Argentinian culture and first thing after landing it will probably be recommended that you enjoy a big steak. Argentinians take pride in the meat offered in their country and may take offense [...]
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Post-Surf Meals in Taghazout, Morocco



Dar Josephine For fresh, flavourful Moroccan and European cuisine in a cozy setting. Cafe Mouja  Boasting outstanding oeans views and capturing the morning sunlight, Cafe Mouja serves genuinely healthy meals with a laid-back atmosphere.   

The Auberge One of the best rated spots on Taghazout, with a community vibe, terrace and healthy options. You might [...]
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