Cooking classes are one of my favorite adventures when we travel. Food is such an important part of every culture, and there's no better way to understand traditional dishes than to make them with your own hands.
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Paella Cooking Class and a Tour of La Boqueria Food Market in Barcelona
"Welcome to the best market in the world." It was the greeting we received at the entrance to La Boqueria food market in Barcelona, Spain, on a tour with our instructor from Cook & Taste Barcelona. We were buying the ingredients …
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Thai Cooking Class in Bangkok, Part 2
On our girls’ trip to Thailand, my friend Samantha and I took a cooking class to learn how to prepare green curry chicken, Tom Yum Goong soup, Pad Thai, and mango sticky rice.
Thai Cooking Class in Bangkok, Part 1
Learning how to make dishes like Pad Thai, Tom Yum Goong soup, and mango sticky rice from scratch is a very satisfying process, particularly when you're using fresh, local ingredients that you've sourced yourself.
Lonely Planet: Explore the World from Home with Free Online Classes and More
Thinking of the world outside your house and wishing you could explore it? Check out the free online classes for travel buffs that Angela shared in her latest article for Lonely Planet.
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Around the World in Review, Leg 02: Driving loop in Western Europe and Mallorca
Around the World in Review, Leg 02: Driving loop in Spain, France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Belgium, and Andorra. Plus a road trip in Mallorca.
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How to Save Money on a Cruise
To get the biggest bang for your buck on a cruise, you'll need to know where to spend your money and where to save it. Here are some ways to keep the extras from adding up.
The 2017 Travel Year in Review
This year has easily been our most prolific travel year since Angela and I married adventure and each other nearly a decade ago. In 2017 we saw four continents, nine U.S. states, twelve countries and territories, and I got to …
Solo in Morocco: Camels, Kasbahs, and Guacamole
“Aren’t you afraid to go by yourself?” Before I went on my volunteer trip to Rabat, that was the question I heard most frequently. I left for Morocco in April 2016, a month after airport bombings in Brussels had left …