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Following the Trail: The Search for the Best Coffee

CoffeeFor coffee connoisseurs, a cup of Joe is more than stopping by a café for a stimulating morning; it is an experience. Just like foodies, they treat coffee drinking seriously and would go to the ends of the earth for the experience.

If you are one of these, you would look at your destinations with a keen eye… what and where can you go for the glorious cup?

Are you a serious coffee connoisseur?

Then you would appreciate World Travel Guide’s The 9 best coffee pilgrimages in the world. This blog will take you to nine destinations where drinking coffee is considered both an art and a religion. The blog rounded up the best destinations for travelers like you and offers suggestions what to drink and where to get the best cup of Joe. [Read more…]

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Why Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Must be in Your Bucket List

Australia is a food wonderland and Melbourne, Victoria is one of its stellar destinations that every foodie would love to visit. Its laneways is among the most popular laidback restaurants that can easily match any first-rate restaurant – underground restaurants, refurbished warehouses, vineyards in the Yarra Valley and the 17-day Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

Why is this festival a great occasion to visit Melbourne?  The article Melbourne Food & Wine Festival posted in Australia.com – Explore Section gives you 10 reasons aside from [Read more…]

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Hats Off to Australia’s Bounty: Food and Wine Festivals

Australia's Food and wine festivalYou can say that Australia’s unspoilt water and land resources are the reasons behind the natural bounties of this world’s smallest continent, but it is the freedom and creativity of its people that are transforming these bounties into delectable dishes. From the looks of it, there is apparently a sound basis when Tourism Australia decided to focus on its prime food and wine offerings to bring international travelers to its shores.

A future travel to Australia is well justified if you are looking for a unique destination, not to mention the wonderful culinary and wine experience that await you. The best times to come would be during a food and wine festival, and there are plenty throughout the year. Know when to come from this list of: Australia’s Food and Wine Events posted in Australia.com – Explore/Holiday in Australia Section. [Read more…]

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Refueling an Old Feud: Which is Australia’s Food Capital

Which is Australia's food capital?”Sydney has the glamour, the seafood, the sunshine, the modernity; but Melbourne has the detail, the laneways, the coffee and the rich interior life. ” ~Terry Durack, Chief Restaurant Critic, The Sydney Morning Herald

If you are a foodie traveling to Australia for the first time, the deciding factor in choosing your base usually has something to do with food. So, you are inclined to ask: Which is Australia’s food capital?

Since time immemorial, Melbourne and Sydney have always been pitted against each other when it comes to having the best dining places. Once again the old rivalry comes to the fore with the release of World’s 50 Best Restaurants. If you care to know which is deemed the better food capital, read Ardyn Bernoth’s Melbourne v Sydney: Who Gets the Crown posted in Good Food – Eat Out Section. [Read more…]

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