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Beit Sitti : Amman

One of the many joys of traveling to foreign countries is the confusing and disorienting process of learning the ropes of a new culture and language. (Not one of the joys of foreign countries are taxi drivers, but that’s another story.) Amman is a vibrant, interactive, exhilarating city and yes, fairly modern and liberal when…

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Medina Cafe, Vancouver

*edited, first published 6 Sep 2013 One of the most delicious breakfasts I can remember. Who is immune to the charms of Lavender Lattes? And a perfectly medium-boiled egg? Oh, and a beautiful, all-Canadian Caesar? Not Katy.   Medina Cafe: 556 Beatty Street (between Pender & Dunsmuir) Crosstown, Vancouver BC V6B 2L3

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Die Strandloper Restaurant

First Published 24 February 2014 Summer is a nostalgic time in South Africa: memories of road trips to the beach, salty air, ice cream cones and naturally, braai’s with the family in the sun shine. When I was invited to a celebratory lunch at Die Strandloper, all these memories came rushing back and I just…

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The Spier Experience

An established force in the South African wine industry, Spier has over the years created an almost impossibly large brand. The team at Spier has certainly garnered respect for their fearless innovation and for taking the concept of The Wine Farm far further than just the cellar door. Located on the edges of Stellenbosch proper,…

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