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.
Honestly, do we really need a ‘World’s Largest’ McDonalds? I highly doubt it. We stumbled upon this place accidentally while visiting Orlando, Florida. My son’s buddy lives in Orlando and they haven’t seen one another in a long time. So the mama thought a safe bet would be to meet in McDonalds. The kids will […]Read More
Theme restaurants can be a bit corny with a negative connotation to them. Just thinking of going to one makes one feel you’ll be part of the herd that follows the marketing, corporate push to get people to visit these restaurants. And worse of all, be labeled as a ‘dumb tourist’ even if its in […]Read More
New York City is world renown for prize winning chefs, cuisines from all over the world and Michelin starred restaurants . There is even a saying, ‘You can eat three meals a day, ever single day for one year and still not eat at all the restaurants in NYC.” But aside from the insane amount […]Read More
Eating out at fancy-schmancy restaurants is fantastic and a dream for most parents traveling with young kids. We always fit in two or three dining out adventures and they are great fun. But nothing beats eating at food stands and trucks. I hunt food trucks everywhere we visit, Boston is no different. Great Finds – Boston […]Read More
Markets and me are best friends. I seek them out where ever I go and can spend hours simply wandering around, enjoying the atmosphere without buying anything at all. Living in Guatemala my addiction stays alive and well with the amazing traditional and local markets here with prices that I never thought would be beat, especially not […]Read More
Have you ever heard of Goat Island? This secret place is less than five minutes from Newport, Rhode Island and it houses one of the best outdoor restaurants to see the famous New England sunset while sipping fruity sangrias breathing in salty air. While searching for the best dining out time (i.e. sunset viewing) I […]Read More
Boston is a city that has so many monumental beginnings and first doings not only for the United States of America but for the entire world that it’s impossible not to become a bit of a history buff as you tour around this curvy, gorgeous, waterfront city. When I read that the oldest restaurant in […]Read More
What is the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of Boston food? Seafood, of course! And you can’t visit Boston unless you visit the iconic seafood restaurants in Boston, right? So I went on the hunt for where to eat in Boston. Gratefully, my brother lives there and without hesitation said: […]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 the food is delicious. However, there will be times when just finding out what they are selling is […]Read More
After four years of living in Guatemala, I discovered my new favorite drink – with it’s main ingredient as beer! Michelada, baby! What is it? A drink made with Gallo Cerveza It’s literally a Bloody Mary but with beer. What a super idea! My main love for beer comes whenever visiting a country. I love […]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 Cuba Traditional Food was a sandwich – at least for me it was. There are 2 reasons that made Cuba Traditional […]Read More
What makes the perfect Mojito, the true Cuba Drink? For one, being in Cuba and using real Cuban Rum! 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 ago. I was drinking these babies, […]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 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 Honduras Traditional Food: The most Traditional Honduras food is a Baleada which is […]Read More
Instead of material gifts for my birthday, I prefer experiences and memories. So when it was time for my celebration I decided to do a Chocolate making workshop with my boys. Guatemala is famous for it’s chocolate due to the Maya influence who considered, and still consider, it to be food of the Gods. So […]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
Belize is one of our favorite countries in Central America. What to do in Belize? Hang on the beach, snorkel, and sun bath. How about a cool beer to cool yourself off. Belikin Beer is the Belizean beer of choice and definitely a must have – even just once- to enjoy the sunsets and breezes! […]Read More
What’s a great way to spend quality time with the family? Pigging out at a restaurant in Florida with a breakfast buffet, with tons of bacon and even better views. The Sailfish Marina in West Palm Beach is the right choice. The location can’t be beat. The food totally mediocre, but with visiting tons of […]Read More
Eating out with our kids is one of those things that looks great on paper, but in reality isn’t all that much fun. If you want to sit back and enjoy a drink and savor the meal, it’s best not doing it with a two year old that doesn’t eat anything and an eight year […]Read More
There are many things to do in Antigua Guatemala, it might be a tiny city, but it is filled with a lot of culture & history. It is also a place filled with great restaurants & bars for all tastes & budgets. I have made it my task to explore the many restaurants it offers. […]Read More