Millions of people love to eat pork and many of them even love to cook it in their own unique style. The primitive men burnt meat and ate it. For them food was only a requirement but the modern men …
Holidays & Festivals
Sometimes half the fun of a holiday is in the unknown. Too often I’ve booked my summer break sometimes even a year in advance, and the build up has been excruciatingly slow, to the point where when it finally did …
Ethiopia is one of the oldest lands in the world and a perfect travel destination if you want culture, history, and festivals. Read about Enkutatash, Meskel, Ledet, Timket and Fasika festivals, when they take place so you can visit!
Harvest + Thanksgiving Celebrations and Festivals have been celebrated for thousands of years. Read about harvest and thanksgiving celebrations all over the world, from Onam in India to the Moon Festival in China, Malaysia and more!
By Roy Heale Despite the chilly winter weather at this time of year nothing can dampen their spirit as thousands of dance enthusiasts converge on Buenos Aires for the annual Tango Festival. Recognized as the Tango birthplace, Buenos Aires …
Foodie or big fan of celebrity and culinary stars? Check out the Portland Harbor beginning October 23 to 25, 2008 for the Harvest on the Harbor Food and Wine Festival!
Inspired by the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns, Homecoming Scotland 2009 event will encourage people of Scottish descent and those who love Scotland, to come home in 2009 and join in the fantastic celebrations.
New York City is crawling with fun & spooky events and celebrations for Halloween 2008!
Travel or visit Mongolia during September for their Nomads Day Festival to celebrate customs, culture, heritage and the Mongolian nomad lifestyle. Activities, competitions and attractions all around!
Portsmouth, New Hampshire in the Seacoast Region will be holding its first Restaurant Week Portsmouth from November 10-16, 2008. Get restaurant details, prix fixe menus, participating businesses, deals for Canadian travelers and more!