We can't promise you'll have Wi-Fi, but rest assured that you'll find alcohol anywhere on the globe; travel tips and suggestions to obtain that well-deserved vacation buzz.
Food culture As an aspiring anthropologist, looking at food culture is essential for understanding many deeper cultural elements. Food allows us to see what's available & valued by a culture as well as gives insight into certain customs & delicacies. During my travels around Southeast Asia, some of the most interesting flavors were introduced to my palate. While the United States does have many cross-cultural elements, our great melting pot may not fully capture certain qualities of the homelands. Perhaps it's the local ingredients, or a recipe that's been passed down for generations that make certain food taste so unique in the homeland. Food brings us together, allows us to explore, and gives insight into other cultures.
The Free Wine Fountain in Italy
Have you ever walked past a fountain and wished for the water to come out as something else? Imagine a fountain that drenches your thirst with freshly squeezed lemonade or refills your pints with draft beer. A town in Italy has something that many of us can only dream of; a fountain filled with Italian red wine!
Ten Iconic Bars In All Of FLORIDA
1. The Palace Saloon - Fernandina Beach The oldest bar in Florida. What a place to begin. The Palace Saloon has quite the history within the state, originally constructed as a haberdashery in 1878 and eventually becoming a bar in 1903. Visitors can still check out this historic gem and take a photo with the iconic pirate which dutifully guards the door. Located at 117 Centre St Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Bad Behavior Postpones the Return of Booze on Flights
Too Good to be True? Just when we thought things were finally getting back to normal... Lock downs have been lifted and smiling faces are visible once again, as almost half of Americans are vaccinated.
Observations on the Via Guadalajara
Cement and cinder blocks dot and bunch in lots alongside the Via Guadalajara. I am on a bus to the city, to get out of the noise of San Pancho, in Nayarit, Mexico, to celebrate a week of slow travel, and maybe to buy a custom motorcycle… we will see. It's an adventure.
Best Wineries in Virginia
When it comes to the best wineries in Virginia, there are a lot of options and places to consider. While there are brilliant wineries all over the East Coast, nothing quite compares to Virginia. As the United States’ Wine Country, Virginia is home to all sorts of wineries and vineyards, making it a little tough at times to choose exactly where you should be heading for the best experience. To narrow down your search, we’ve put together a list of 10 of the best wineries in Virginia, so you can look through them and make an informed decision of where to go!
8 Must-Try Asian Drinks
Touring Asia is a unique experience for both the young and old. It provides an interesting take on life in the Asiatic world. From grand temples to pandas, Asia is nothing short from spectacular. The food is unique and varies depending on where you're at. You can get a taste of sweet and salty or spicy and tangy. Their drinks are nothing short of interesting and unique.
Every Hour Is Happy Hour with These Delicious Nashville Cocktails
As Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett point out in their song, "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere," it's technically happy hour all the time. So whether you're a day drinker or a nighttime bar hopper, you don't need to feel guilty enjoying these tasty cocktails whenever you choose.
7 Tips for Traveling When You're Sober
Now that your cash and spare time aren’t tied up in your addiction, you may have an opportunity to take that vacation that you have always dreamed of. However, vacations often involve a surplus of booze - but this one doesn’t have to be. Here are 7 tips you can do for your next vacation that will help you stay sober.
Top Must-Visit Wine Regions Across Australia
If the Land Down Under is the next destination on your travel list, there is no better way to spend time than visiting some of the popular wine regions Australia has to offer. If you haven’t been on a road trip for some time, this is a perfect opportunity to explore the country. Australia has been making wine since the 1820s and over the last decade, the boost of the wine industry has made it fifth largest wine producer in the world. Wine lovers all around the world are booking flights to Australia not only because it offers a great variety of wines but primarily because of their exquisite quality. Here are five top must-visit wine regions you’ve got to check out.
3 Wine Estates You Must Visit
Stellenbosch is my favourite destination to travel to, I’ve been there four times now and the village next to Cape Town never bores me. One of the main reasons is the unique wine culture. The wine estates are all extremely beautiful in their own way, easily accessible and the first question you’ll get when arriving is “are you joining us for a tasting?”
Top 10 Most Alcoholic Countries
Alcohol is a cultural thing. Some countries adore it, while others abhor it. A country's love of alcohol tends to run along a spectrum. Dry countries like Saudi Arabia exist, but so do countries that are notorious for their heavy drinking like Russia.