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The Many Wonders Of The Coconut

BY DESIREE CONSTANCE CHOY Photo: Flickr/Hafiz Issadeen  On a recent trip to Maui, I enjoyed even more than incredibly nice people, white sand, and breathtaking blue waters. While in paradise, I was introduced to the many wonders of the almighty coconut. You’re probably familiar with coconut water, made mainstream for the workout world and coconut […]

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Ema datshi: A Bhutanese staple that's made of cheese and chili. The dish is on the exceedingly hot side, so be prepared for the burn! (Photo credit: Jetset Times)

Spice Up Your Trip With These 13 Must-Eat Foods In Bhutan

BY WENDY HUNG You’ve made it all the way to the Kingdom of Happiness in Asia, and ready to feast your heart out. But what is to be expected? First and foremost, get ready for plenty of hot and spicy. For a country full of zen-ful attitudes, food in Bhutan sure speaks from an opposite […]

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American Kids Get Sassy Eating Breakfasts From Around The World

BY TEAM JST Courtesy: YouTube Are you one of those parents who want your kids to learn 8 languages before turning 16? You might want to start this cultural introduction first by getting them to try foods from around the world. The Cut’s video “American Kids Try Breakfasts From Around the World” is letting us know that getting […]

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Cheers! The Wine Bar To Visit Now & Forever In London

BY EVAN MOLINEUX Photo: Flickr/Graeme Maclean Located a short walk from the Charing Cross tube station and Trafalgar Square, on Villiers Street, Gordon’s Wine Bar is thought to be London’s oldest wine bar. Established in 1890 the bar specializes in serving a wide variety of award winning wines, as well a selection of Sherries, Madeiras […]

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The 12 Most Mouthwatering Things To Eat In Italy

BY NADIA CHO Photo: Flickr/Cooking etc. Italian food is perhaps the most popular and widely known cuisine around the world. But does anything compare to eating the real thing in the country from which it originates? Heck no. SEE ALSO: A Taste of Luxury on Lago di Como in Italy Will Somehow Set You Free Due to […]

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Pop-Up Bars In Scotland Are Going Political & Ready To Mingle

BY JST NEWS It’s no secret that many pro-independence Scots are looking forward to the UK’s general election on May 7th. For those who are pro-independence and want to mingle with others with the same political views, there are quite a few pop-up pubs to open across Scotland prior to the election. SEE ALSO: 5 Reasons […]

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The Carpe Diem Diet

The Carpe Diem Diet: How To Stop Fussing And Eat Like A Champ

BY LENA KAZER Traveling is all about balance: having adventures without killing yourself, seeing as much as you can without wearing yourself out, and eating mind-blowing ethnic food without tearing a crotch hole in your jeans. As someone who has torn many a crotch hole but has at other times been shocked by returning home […]

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