Why You Should Eat in Tanzania, Get Drunk in Mallorca and Sip Tea in Kerala
There’s no better day than Friday to cozy up with some gorgeous travel stories as you wind down the week and muse over future travel possibilities.
And why not get lost in the food and culture of Tanzania? Contributor, Matt Lawyue shares a colorful story of traditional food while exploring the country’s economic contrasts from the seat of a local restaurant in Arusha, Tanzania.
For a sexier read, soak in a lesser-known Mallorca — one that is seductive, beautiful and local. In a quest to experience the glamour-less side of the island, contributing writer Shawn Moksvold sets out on a journey to find some of the island’s hidden gems.
Kerala may just be India’s sweetest region, from the food to the people to the countless lanscapes that mesmerize even the most jaded travelers. During a one-week journey, I discover hill stations peppered with fragrant tea and spice plantations; paddle through the colors, traditions and daily life of the backwaters; and indulge in Ayurveda treatments that use centuries-old techniques.
To continue Friday’s armchair tour, visit our Travel section and see the world through its people, food and cultural traditions.
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