5 Thai dishes you’ve got to try

It’s no secret that both Florence and I absolutely love Thai food. Renowned all over the world, Thai cuisine is famous for it’s mouth watering spiciness, variety of ingredients and gentle medicinal properties. We don’t particularly care about any associated medicinal...

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Photo Roulette Round #102: Landscapes

We were delighted to be announced as winners of round #101 in the photo roulette competition by Adam and Hannah from StreetFoodWorldTour.com. The theme was "Epic" and here's our winning photo: As a result of winning the previous round, it's now our duty to host round...

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Top 7 reasons to live in Thailand

There’s something about Thailand that just keeps calling us back. Our original plan for this year was to travel through Europe taking in some of the countries that we haven’t been to before and finish the year off with a 6 month stint in the U.S. that would consist of...

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How to apply a poker mindset to your business

Back in 2005 I went to Las Vegas for a 10 day solo poker trip that would see me return home with a massive desire to travel the world and a bank account that was down €4,500. I viewed the price of this trip as an “education” that would someday hopefully stand to me....

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Horse Racing Around the World for Every Occasion

Most people see horse racing as an elite sport, something that is only attended by the wealthy and astute upper class. A day out to drink champagne, mingle and make even more money on the horses. While there are many luxurious horse races around the world, there are...

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Exploring the Salt Flats of Bolivia

***Video clip at the end of the post*** Salar de Uyuni (which is Spanish for Salt Flat Uyuni) is by far the world’s largest salt flat, measuring in at a mind-boggling 10,582 square kilometers or 4,086 square miles. Formed as a result of transformations between several...

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4 Days Exploring Barcelona

We recently spent four nights in the beautiful city of Barcelona and got to experience a small sample of the Catalan way of life. It was our first trip to Spain and we weren't disappointed by our first impressions of the country. Exploring Barcelona was on our "to-do"...

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The Pinnacle of South America – Machu Picchu

*****Video montage of the trip is at the bottom of the post***** Hailed as the number one must see attraction in the whole of South America, Machu Picchu was somewhere that we both were super excited about visiting. For those of you that are not too familiar with...

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