If beef is the national dish of Argentina, dulce de leche is undeniably the country’s sweet treat -- the average Argentinean eats 6 pounds each year. Dulce de leche is a creamy, silky dessert made from sweetened milk. It tastes something like caramel, without the syrupy aftertaste. The texture is smoother and fuller than caramel but not grainy or dry like peanut butter.
Describing the taste does not do it justice, of course. You’ll just have to try it. And in… Continue
Added by paula on March 18, 2009 at 2:42pm —
Each year people from around the world tune in to watch The Iditarod Sled Dog Race, which is also known as the Last Great Race on Earth! As a life long Alaskan mushing has been all around me in one form or another... and heck I used to deliver the Anchorage Times with my dog hitched to a sled.
If you ever have a chance in your life to witness this race, do it! The ceremonial start takes place downtown Anchorage a day before the official start, which takes place in… Continue
Added by Scott Slone on March 18, 2009 at 1:00pm —
my fourth day in the city
took me through central park, to the st. patrick's day parade, along 42nd street to the united nations, and slightly into harlem.
Added by one.year.trip on March 18, 2009 at 9:00am —
There’s no better way to see a destination than by getting around the ‘local’ way, and there are a whole range of sensational rides that let you soak up the scenery AND get around on holiday. Forget planes, trains and automobiles or a gentle bicycle ride, we’re talking about an adventure for thrill-seekers, from hot air balloon rides to bizarre boat trips.
Here are the top ten most unusual and sensational rides out there, guaranteed to put your Monday morning commute to shame. But… Continue
Added by blog.hostelbookers.com on March 18, 2009 at 8:26am —
Originally Posted @ Calabrisella Mia
on March 13, 2009
I had to take a bit of a hiatus for my sister's wedding but now that she is a Mrs. I can turn my focus back to my blog. How I missed you blog!!
So, I'm a bit behind on this, but what kind of a blog would I be if I don't post this tourism commercial with fellow Calabrese and one of my favourite Italian soccer players, Gennaro Gattuso. I don't think they… Continue
Added by LuLu on March 17, 2009 at 3:53pm —
My dream assignment is to document the expatriate experience worldwide, using real-life expats to reimagine historical paintings, iconic photographs and famous literary passages depicting travel and expat life. And you can help!
The contest is called Name Your Dream Assignment, and the winner receives:
$50,000 to go anywhere and shoot anything, plus a video camera, your own blog with built-in readership, and the amazing Lenovo® ThinkPad® W700ds created just for… Continue
Added by Christine on March 17, 2009 at 2:03pm —
day three of previously.bittens trip to new york
has been updated. avoid scams, walk the street, and view - dolls?!
Added by one.year.trip on March 17, 2009 at 8:00am —
Recorded in the TravelCommons studios outside of Chicago at the end of a full week home, decompressing after 6 weeks of straight travel. We talk about some "travel rules" violators -- the woman whose airport meltdown is a YouTube hit and an Amazing Race couple whose violation got them eliminated. A listener suggests a topic -- what is the one thing you never want to hear on a flight? And we close with a couple of suggestions on how to avoid the growing cacophony of flat screen TVs shouting out… Continue
Added by Mark Peacock on March 16, 2009 at 5:30pm —
You've saved your pennies and dimes for half the year, put in long hours just to make sure all your responsibilities are covered while you're gone and then on day two in Europe, you can't stand to listen to one more minute of the tour guide as your brain is waging a war against your skull as it tries to leave for good. What's more, at that moment, you'd be glad to let it!
Headaches. No one likes them.… Continue
Added by Peter West Carey on March 15, 2009 at 10:31pm —
previously.bitten is in New York City
adding multiple updates a day.
Added by one.year.trip on March 15, 2009 at 8:20pm —
There are only 5 Countries in the world which have one syllable in their name. What are they?
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Fancy Flash Packing? Got an Ipod/Iphone?… Continue
Added by Kev on March 12, 2009 at 7:00pm —
Just thought I would let all you bass fishin' fools know that the bass are on in Central Florida. I have been guiding this week and we've had two trophies, one ten pounder and one thirteen pounder. Of course, the full moon is the best time to fish, but the new moon is pretty good too. The next new moon is March 26th. Otherwise, you would have to wait till the full moon in April, which is the 9th. Spring Break is a great excuse to come to Florida. You can go to the beach, go fishing, and visit… Continue
Added by Dick Loupe on March 12, 2009 at 4:02pm —
Yesterday was known as ‘Holi’ amongst Hindus. This holiday is a celebration of color and the coming of Spring, and it is always held on the day of the full-moon in early March or late February.
The night before, bonfires are lit in the streets (and sometimes the forests, most dangerously) in reference to a Hindu myth. The day after, devotees hit the streets and throw colored water and paint powder on anyone and everyone. This is what makes for the famous display of color that Holi is… Continue
Added by Adena on March 12, 2009 at 3:19pm —
Great news for tripwolf users. Footprint, publisher of the longest running travel guides in the English market, and tripwolf will cooperate. The first act of the new partnership is integrating Footprint’s Peru Handbook into tripwolf’s web platform and mobile version.
“It is fantastic to see Peru content from our Footprint Handbooks on tripwolf.com and on the beta version of the tripwolf iPhone application”, says Footprint Marketing Manager, Liz Harper. “We looked at various potential… Continue
Added by Adena on March 12, 2009 at 3:17pm —
It was dark in the cabin, the seat belt sign was on, passengers were watching the in-flight movie, and we, the crew, stood in the coach galley talking about...oh I don't remember, but I do remember we were flying from Los Angeles to New York and it had been an uneventful flight. Which was nice for a change. I had been just about to remark on the nice flight when the flight attendant working in the first class galley called us in the back.
Added by Heather Poole on March 12, 2009 at 11:14am —
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Moving and packing is usually seen as an unavoidable evil. It’s stressful, hectic, and just generally a real pain! Luckily I am an ‘ol pro when it comes to this. Growing up my family and I lived in over half a dozen countries. We have made a home in… Continue
Added by Aly & John on March 11, 2009 at 11:29pm —
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"We only have a few weeks left before departure. The past few days have been so busy and hectic. Selling all our worldly possessions is beginning to feel like a sucky second job. And trying to give the remaining crap away is even harder. Months ago we… Continue
Added by Aly & John on March 11, 2009 at 11:00pm —
If you're going off the beaten track where English isn't widely spoken, travelling through multiple countries or just worried that your language skills aren't up to it, then you'll be interested in hearing about the Pocketcomms global communicator. Read on and find out how you can get a free Pocketcomms
to test out on your travels - I have three to give away.…
Added by Heather Cowper on March 11, 2009 at 5:49pm —
It is said that on Saint Patrick’s Day, everybody’s Irish! Falling on March 17th, Ireland’s most famous holiday is celebrated in much of the Western World. Tradition calls for wearing green, parading in the streets, and often drinking heavily. The humble Saint Patrick never knew his legacy would spread so far and be celebrated so merrily.
Many cities hold Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations, the most important event being a parade. Some of the largest are held in New York, Boston,… Continue
Added by Adena on March 11, 2009 at 5:30pm —
Are you planning on taking a trip to New York City
? Here you will find tips, ideas, and things worth seeing while you're there. It's all brought together with a fully functional Custom Google Maps!
Added by one.year.trip on March 11, 2009 at 12:38am —