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Lima’s Exciting Restaurant Scene

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The hottest restaurant destination in South America, Lima was once a mere launching pad for trips to Machu Picchu or the Amazon. Today this gourmet melting pot is luring the world’s foodies with its mind-boggling array of local seafood, potatoes, corn, grains, chillies and exotic tropical fruits enlivened by its melange of indigenous, Spanish, Chinese and Japanese cultures.

Mistura food festival

The Mistura food festival, which, appropriately, means mixture in Spanish, is held in Lima every September.  South America’s largest food festival, it has put Peru on the world food stage. When invited chefs like Rene Redzepi, Ferran Adria and Michel Bras get so excited about what is going on here the word spreads. Mistura takes a broad approach to food, which is why it is so much fun. It is a rich cultural feast with street food, farmers, celebrity chefs, folk dances, restaurants, artisanal products, even a chocolate market and a section dedicated to Pisco, Peru’s famed grape brandy...

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Review: Brae is Australia’s Best New Restaurant in Country Victoria

Dan Hunter's Brae has swept the Australian restaurant awards

Brae is the best new restaurant in Australia

Dan Hunter’s new restaurant Brae  is on the top of Australia’s best restaurant lists less than 12 months after it opened outside the Victorian country town of Birregurra, 90 minutes southwest of Melbourne.

Brae was named by Australian Gourmet Traveller as Australia’s best new restaurant and best regional restaurant for 2014. It also received three hats and The Good Food Guide’s 2014 restaurant of the year for Victoria.

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Darwin’s Top Attractions: crocodiles, markets, and World War II

Darwin's Mindil Street Markets

As the gateway to Asia and Aboriginal Arnhem Land on the northernmost tip of Australia, Darwin exudes a laid back tropical style and a fascinating multicultural mix. Closer to Jakarta than to Sydney and with vibrant Greek, Indonesian, Thai, Indian, Aboriginal, East Timorese, Malay and African communities, Darwin is no white bread movie set. Here is the definitive insider’s guide to make the most of your visit to the capital of the Northern Territory.

History

Darwin was founded in 1869, its harbor named after Charles Darwin by his one-time shipmate the surveyor John Wickham.

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Santorini: Where to stay, what to do and where to eat

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Oia is the only place to base yourself on Santorini. This is the source of all Santorini’s iconic images that grace the covers of travel magazines.

Here is everything you need to know to enjoy your stay in Oia: Where to Stay, What to do, and Where to Eat.

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