#GF Travel Tips Whether you’re living with celiac disease or simply avoiding gluten for one reason or another, here are my three main things to consider before embarking on your next adventure... Gluten-Free Travel Tips via InStyle.com Plan ahead. Finding something to eat at airports, on planes, and trains is typically more difficult than eating…
If we were to conduct an informal survey that asked “What is Alaska food culture?” to a random sample of Alaskan residents, we’d bet quite a lot of money that nearly all responses would be “salmon.” Maybe we’d get a few afterthoughts of “moose” or “caribou.” Perhaps a “halibut” or a “cod” from a few outliers.
"We do not remember days, we remember moments. The richness of life lies in memories we have forgotten" ~Cesare Pavese |A Monday afternoon in a hotel room in Moscow, Russia. A fashion catalog, a stick of glue, watercolor pencils, markers, crayons... and the most unusual toilet paper I've ever saw.
The second leg of Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli's journey up the east coast takes them to the heart of Italy and the regions of Le Marche and Umbria. In the city of Urbino they visit the former palace of Federico da Montefeltro, a 15th-century scholar and commander of a private army who was one of the driving forces of the Italian Renaissance. In the Apennine Mountains, they explore the Grotte di Frassasone, one of the largest underground caves in the world, before heading to the Norcia Valley, where people have made delicious pork sausages and salamis for centuries.
And seven other mysterious health beliefs examined.
There is something called the colpo d’aria, and it can give you something called cervicale.You should never leave your house with a wet head.Having a cappuccino after dinner inhibits digestion...
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If you follow me on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram, you know I've spent the last few weeks in Asia :) After writing Vegan in Europe, I decided I needed to explore a new continent :) (I suppose I technically went to Asia when I stayed in Istanbul, but that doesn't really count, right?!)Although there are so many places we want to see in Asia (The Great Wall is on my bucket list!! As well as the elephant sanctuary in Thailand--next! Plus INDIA!), I knew we had to start somewhere and opted to do a
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