One of the most beautiful things about traveling is knowing a bunch of different cultures. But even better than that is you get the chance to eat a lot of different and delicious food while traveling.
There’s a ton of people that travel solely for Food. From local dishes to food chains from a small country in Central America, here you can find the best ideas for local cuisine and food dishes from around the world.
Teaching kids different foods from around the world while traveling.
Key West, Florida is without a doubt one of the places one MUST visit when checking out the Florida Keys. This is where most of the action has been taking place for the last 500 hundred years and is still going strong. It is popular among travelers because it has the highest average temperature in […]Read More
Pupusas are the favorite traditional food of El Salvadorans. When visiting El Salvador you will find them anywhere. They love them so much that they came up with a day to celebrate them. National Day of Pupusas is a huge food festival that takes place all over the country. It happens every second Sunday of […]Read More
I get tons of questions from my readers about where to eat in each of the places I visit. So here is a compilation of four options that you will find when you visit the Bay Islands on Honduras. But before you go on reading, keep in mind that in here you won’t find huge, […]Read More
I have lived in Guatemala for many years and have taken the time to explore it. Most of my readers know this, so I get tons of emails every day asking for all sorts of tips and recommendations. One of the most common questions is, where do I go for a good meal? So I […]Read More
You can hit all the restaurants you want while in Nicaragua, but the real Nicaragua traditional food finds are on the streets. In every city, town, and village, the street vendors come out to sell what they can. Usually, Nicaraguan food is delicious. However, there will be times when just finding out what they are selling […]Read More
Whenever I plan a trip to a new place I like to search for restaurants that can provide amazing and unique experiences that will make us remember our time in that country or city. Plus, I often get questions about the best places to eat in the places I visit. So I came up with […]Read More
Costa Rica Soda’s If you are going to travel to Costa Rica, you will want to eat the food people usually eat there, that’s normal! You can go to expensive restaurants, but to truly have a cultural and nice trip, you should eat at a local restaurant in Costa Rica. What are local restaurants called […]Read More
The beaches of El Salvador are well known among surfers. Some say that they are the best surf spots in Central America. After hearing that, I decided to take my family there to see what it was all about. Plus, they are not too far away from the Guatemalan border. We have since been to […]Read More
When it comes to buying quality frozen seafood online, you need to go to a trusted marketplace. You don’t want to go to a seller that sells your seafood that is many days old.Read More
Sandwiches and me, become very close during travels. They are filling, tasty and fun, especially when a country is known for them. So it was a great surprise for me that the almost true traditional food from Cuba was a sandwich – at least for me, it was and traveling Havana if full of those […]Read More
What makes the perfect Mojito, the true Cuba Drink? For one, being in Cuba and using real Cuban Rum! What Do They Drink in Cuba? Not good enough? I know of another thing that can make a signature Cuba Drink perfect: I’ve been drinking Mojitos since I first arrived to Central America over twelve years […]Read More
One of my favorite things to seek out and try while visiting any country is the street vendors selling food. Medellin, Colombia is no different. Here are a few unique finds I stumbled upon. Since Colombia is the land of Coffee, it’s no surprise that they have vendors everywhere selling delicious coffee for less than […]Read More
So what’s a staycation? To me it means either doing a small vacation like trip (either day trip or multi-day trip) that is super close to home. And that is exactly what we did! Our chosen location, one least thought of for people who live in Antigua, Guatemala, Guatemala City. With my husband working […]Read More
Costa Rican Fried Plantains This is a side dish that Costa Ricans also known as Patacones. This is my husband’s favorite and an extremely typical Latino fix. So, If you’re traveling to Costa Rica, be sure to give it a try. Costa Ricans love it and always have them in their home, but it is […]Read More
Belize, as of right now, is probably our favorite country. The beautiful weather, beaches, and people make it a place where I would consider moving to. However, the most fun we had was eating Local Belize Food at the tons of food stands that are as varied in food as they are in character. We […]Read More
Eating at local food stands while traveling Honduras is so much fun. When my son and I took a mommy-son trip to Honduras Bay Islands, we found a great outdoor eatery on Utila and tried some serious Honduras Traditional Food. 2 facts about Traditional food in Honduras: The most Traditional Honduras food is a Baleada […]Read More
El Salvador has so much to offer. You have the surf beaches, Suchitoto, and the piers. What you’ll find at a genuine El Salvador Seafood Market Shells of all sorts Yummmmm – fresh Ceviche to be eaten at any time of the day and night Drying fish More drying fish Fish for sale All sorts […]Read More
What is yummy, filling and crazy affordable? Corrientazo – or another the Lunch Hour meal, in Medellin. During my awesome private tour with Travel-Medellin, Arthur and Eliana recommended we try something that is a true local special. The corrientazo is what workers normally eat for lunch. To say the least, its a huge dish served […]Read More
Having a beer is one of the customs me and my hubby must do in each location we visit. Since Central America is so small, each country has one or two beers that they drink like water. When we arrived to Nicaragua and hit a restaurant for some eats, our first question – before what […]Read More
Guatemala Fiambre Out of the many Guatemalan dishes, this might be the most polarizing one. Fiambre is either loved or hated with a passion. Fiambre is a traditional Guatemalan dish that is only served once a year during the celebrations of the Day of the dead, the 1st of November. It is the result of […]Read More