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Peru’s landscape varies enormously and naturally this is reflected in the Peruvian food. Rocoto rolleno is a tasty dish from Arequipa in the Andean region. This was possibly my favourite dish in South America and I have made it several times since I have returned home. Here’s how you can make it yourself…
There’s no denying that Mexico is hard to beat when it comes to food. However, when in a country that boasts palm-fringed beaches, steaming jungles and one of the Seven Wonders of the World, you really can’t afford to spend all day eating! I have put together a list of where to go in Mexico:
Latin America is a land of diversity. Those who have visited this part of the world often find themselves craving the Argentinean parillas and the Mexican street food long after they have left. Over the next few weeks I am going to explore this continent the tasty way!
On Friday 25th January 2013 the Projects Abroad Human Rights Office in South Africa organised an outing to feed homeless people living in Cape Town.
There is nowhere quite like Africa. The landscape, the people, the food, the climate – they vary from country to country. Travelling in Africa can be exhilarating, frustrating, exciting and shocking. I've provided a few tips that I hope anybody planning on travelling in Africa will find useful.
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