Cape Town: Bo Kaap

Nestled in the fold of Signal Hill lies Cape Town’s Malay quarter: Bo Kaap. Follow the cobblestoned streets past vibrantly painted colourful houses to authentic and delicious Malay cuisine. Aromatic stews, curries and soups await the taste-buds in this unique setting, dating back to the seventeenth century. We recommend a Panang Curry, followed by a…

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Soi 38 Night Market Bangkok

Located in Bangkok’s bustling Sukhumvit district lies the Soi 38 area night markets. Here colourful stalls pedal a wealth of Thailand’s culinary delights. Steaming bowls of Tom Yum soup and delicious sizzling Pad Thai noodles are dished out, with a flavour and authenticity that only a local can provide. Its a joy to sit and…

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Traditional Myanmar Feast

We came across this little restaurant after following a tip from a local fisherman, filled with smiling locals and a few foreigners, I asked the waiter for what was listed as a traditional Myanmar feast. As you can see my cheeky grin says it all! What a feast it was! Every meal in Myanmar was…

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Seabourn Cruises

Seabourn pioneered small-ship, ultra luxury cruising, and continues to represent the pinnacle of that unique style of travel. Its fleet of six intimate, all-suite ships, carrying between 208 and 450 guests each, sail to the world’s most desirable destinations at their peak seasons. On board, guests are served by an award-wining crew numbering nearly as…

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A Snack On The Side Of The Road

Absolutely famished and weary of the road, this wayside stop was a godsend. The dish was called ‘Ibihaza’ and consisted of rice, squares of pumpkin mixed with beans and plantain all served on a banana leaf. Although filling and delicious, I was looking forward to returning to Kigali, where a good mix of Indian, Chinese…

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