Monthly Archives: June 2014

Chinguetti in northern Mauritania with local girl Fatimatu Double-Barrelled Travel

Exploring the unseen Africa

Africa is a continent close to my heart. Although I’ve never lived there, both of my parents were born and raised in Zimbabwe and my ancestors are from Africa. Some of them were even part of the first white settlers on the continent. Growing up, my parents told me lots about living in Zimbabwe. The climate, […]

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Paladar 1900 Arequipa Carmen and Dave Double-Barrelled Travel

Review: Paladar 1900: Arequipa, Peru

We were very impressed with the food in Peru. I don’t think we had a bad meal the whole month we were there and it was certainly a relief after coming from Bolivia where the food isn’t that tasty. (Sorry Bolivia… although we loved a lot about you, we just didn’t love your food.) Eating […]

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