Unique Nicaragua Experiences With Kids

A man on a horsedrawn cart at a street corner in Granada, Nicaragua - Pic by GeoBeetles.

Once only visited by adventure seekers and historians, Nicaragua has now made its mark on the tourist map. With beautiful coastlines on both sides and 19 volcanoes to visit, a trip to Nicaragua for family travel is just perfect. If you want to plan a family trip to Nicaragua with kids, these were our favorite things to do.

About Spanakopita, the Greek Spinach Pie

Spanakopita Greek spinach and cheese pie in a white plate.

Spanakopita is a crumbly, rich filo pastry made of spinach, onions, cheese, and herbs, that is incredibly popular in Greece. The exact origins of spanakopita are not known, but the Spanakopita can be compared to the Turkish pastry ispanakli or Turkish spinach borek. But here’s more about it.

History of the Iconic Idli of Southern India

South Indian Idlis and mini-idlis ready to serve with chutney - Pic by Bhushavali of My Travelogue

Idli is a savory South Indian rice-cake from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh & Karnataka that’s made by steaming fermented batter of rice & urad lentils and served with sambar and chutneys like tomato, coconut, etc, and milagai podi (spice powder).

Where to eat in Florence, Italy

Where are the best places to eat in Florence? With gourmet sandwich shops, cafes, and street food, here’s the insider guide to the best city for foodies in Italy.

Where to eat in Istanbul, Turkey

Colourful freshly made food at Hayvore - Pic by Katerina & Maria from It’s All Trip To Me

Resting seductively between two continents, Asia and Europe, Istanbul has traditionally been a melting pot of cultures, religions and ethnicities like no other. No wonder why food in Istanbul is equally diverse and, thus, fascinating.

Best Vegan Places to eat in London

Vegan Cheese at I Am Nut OK - Pic by Voyaging Herbivore

There are many great places to eat vegan food in London, UK. Here are the top choices for vegan street food, restaurants, tea, and cheese according to Alysa & Jack of Voyaging Herbivore.

Where to eat in Bangalore, India

Masala Dosa at New Krishna Bhavan - Pic by Athul from Our Backpack Tales

Bangalore being the IT hub and one of the most populated cities in India, you can spot people form all over India and also from other countries living here. From temples and hill …

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Where to eat in Durham, NC, USA

M Kokko Ramen - Pic by Annick from The Common Traveler

From its humble beginnings as a tobacco town, Durham has always been a power town when it comes to business. Tobacco mills gave way to Black Wall Street and the city has become …

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Where to eat in Chania on Crete, Greece

A dish at Serenissima Restaurant restaurant on the sea - Pic by Gabi from The Tiny Book

Modern Mediterranean dishes can trace back their origins all the way to the simple array of ingredients originally belonging to the Cretan diet. Abundant greens, rigorously seasonal cheeses, not a lot of meat, …

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Where to eat in Bristol, UK

Root spiced potato gnocchi wilding greens - Pic by Melanie from TwoPlusDogs

Bristol has long been known for its diverse, exciting and independent food scene. The last few years has seen this trend continue to accelerate and make this city an even more tempting prospect …

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What to Eat in Tbilisi, Georgia

What to Eat in Tbilisi, Georgia - By Kan of Kan And Iris

Georgia (the country, not the state) boasts some of the most underrated travel destinations in the world. A big part of that is food. After travelling for a month in Turkey, we were …

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Where to eat in St. Augustine, Florida

Must Visit Foodie Places in St. Augustine Florida - By Tracy from Food Wine Sunshine

St. Augustine, Florida is the oldest city in the United States, which means it is full of history, things to do and plenty of amazing places to eat. Whether you want to dine on the beach, in the historic district or where the locals eat here are some of the best places to eat in St. Augustine.

What to eat in Milwaukee

Fruit Dumpling - Pic source Pixabay

Milwaukee lets you stroll along the river, it has many restaurants, and cafes serving tempting foods, and drinks. You can visit the Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory and Historic Third Ward. A weekend trip …

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13 Things to Do in Crete, Greece

14th century Harbour with a restored Venetian lighthouse in Chania - Pic by Emily from Visual Wandering

The supposed birthplace of Zeus, Crete is the largest Greek island covering 8,336 km² (making it the 5th largest island in the whole of the Mediterranean) so even on a 2 week holiday, …

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Best Things to do in Kotor, Montenegro

A boat ride to the island of Our Lady of the Rocks - Pic by Samantha from Sam Sees World

Montenegro is an absolutely stunning country filled with beautiful little cities and towns just waiting to be explored. It is not as popular as many other European cities, which adds to its mysterious …

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13 Things To Do In Hamburg, Germany

Hamburg City Hall or Hamburg Rathaus

More often than not, trips to Germany skip Hamburg for Bavaria or the Rhine. But you’d be missing out by not visiting Germany’s second-largest city because it is the country’s top cultural destination, …

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Where to eat in Brussels, Belgium

Brunch at La Fabbrica, Brussels - Pic by Sophie from Bitten By The Bug

As is to be expected from a capital city, Brussels is teeming with excellent restaurants serving all kinds of cuisines. Belgian, Indian, Italian, Ethiopian, Asian… you name it. The price range varies as …

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Where to Eat in Tulum, Mexico

Vegan snacks from Co Conamor in Tulum, Mexico - Pic by Daria from TheDiscoveryNut

A new hotspot along the Caribbean coast, Tulum is a must-do if you are going to visit Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. In a short period of time, this small town transformed from a quiet …

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Where to eat in Lima, Peru

Punto Azul best place to try local delights - Pic by Roz from Irish Nomads

Lima’s food scene is an eclectic fusion of cultures, mixing Andean ingredients with Asian influence from nineteenth-century Chinese settlers. When you’re mapping out your Peru itinerary, plan to spend plenty of exploring the …

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Where to eat in Havana, Cuba

La Guarida, Havana Cuba - Pic by Talek from Travels With Talek

The foodie scene in Havana is changing rapidly. Since the 90s, private enterprise restaurants known as “paladares” have been growing and creating increasingly innovative dishes. These eateries can consist of a couple of …

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Where to Eat in Paris, France

Scotch eggs at Frenchie Bar a Vins - Pic by Gigi from Vicious Foodie

If you’re like most people, when you think of Paris, you think of food. And who could blame you? It’s hard to untangle the city from its candy-colored macarons, its airy soufflés, and …

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Where to eat in Jaffa, Israel

Traditional Israeli dish at Dr. Shakshuka - Pic by Denise from The Navy Blonde

Israel has the best food in the world. I may be slightly biased since I lived there for 5 years, but the fresh produce; incredible dips like hummus and tahini; and the Middle …

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13 Things to do in Vietnam

Pu Luong Nature Reserve - Pic by Ann from Eco Conscious Traveller

There’s so much to do in Vietnam. It’s such an incredible country and I simply love it. Here’s my list of 13 things to do when you visit. 1. Go to Ninh Binh …

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Top 10 Reasons to Visit Sri Lanka

View of Sigiriya - Pic by Amar from Gap Year Escape

Sri Lanka is a tropical paradise island in the Indian Ocean that is littered with romantic hideaways, palm tree lined beaches and glistening blue-green waters. Wondering what Are The Reasons You Must Visit …

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13 things to do in Singapore

Gardens by the Bay in Singapore - By Sue Davies

Singapore is one of my favorite countries to visit. I have been there at least 8 times, and will be living there for three month next winter. My first time there in 2002, …

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Off the Beaten Path in Dagestan

The Grand Mosque of Makhachkala - TheWingedFork

I love travel, but I never would have given Dagestan a thought till I read Steve’s blog about it. Steve, the brains behind The Hard Core Travel (No Travel Worries), has been to …

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