If you love wine and don’t like organized tours, this post about the vineyards of Chilean Valley of Casablanca is right for you.
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Are you currently pondering what to do in the beautiful and thrilling capital of Argentina? How about tango classes, wine tasting, flea markets, book stores or chilling in an artsy café with a novel by Julio Cortazar and your new eye-catching tango shoes? And the little girl in you will be excited to become a gaucho for a day.
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Argentinean town Mendoza exceeded our expectations not least because of its wineries. Cosy and beautifully designed, we preferred them to the Chilean ones. No need to say, we loved the wine! Find out how to visit the best wineries in Mendoza and taste the best Malbec without a tour.
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Let´s say, you are currently in the South of Mexico, Puerto Rico or the Philippines or in any other place where you cross at least one cacao tree full of cacao pods per day. Would you like to make cocoa powder for top quality brownies and hot chocolate? Here is what you have to know:
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The Hagia Sophia, Bosporus and the Golden Bridge. Bazaars and baths. However, there are some other great things not to miss – or not to oversee – in Istanbul I was not aware of until I came to this amazing city and joined in its whirling life.
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One of the best and most pleasant ways of exploring a country is eating the local food. And the Mexican cuisine is one of the best on the planet.
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We tried dozens of chocolatiers and all kinds of hot chocolate and here are our favourites…
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Kiev has a laid-back vibe which I suppose is a nice for a big busy city – there is lots of parks and benches to chill out, the large churchyards and monasteries also help create some quiet places. We spent a week in Kiev and certainly enjoyed our time! Now, we compiled a list of our favourite places and experiences that may help you plan your stay in Kiev and not to miss the best of it! Continue reading “Berlin to Georgia – Day 34-39: Kiev”