Travel and Food

In Ottawa? Hungry? Love Curry? Haveli!

Hungry for Curries in Ottawa? Haveli!

‘Quite a few years ago when planning a business trip to Ottawa a dear friend of mine recommended (actually she insisted) I visit Haveli Indian Restaurant. Jan knows I have a passion for both making and enjoying a great curry. You know, we are all passed along food and travel recommendations but considering Jan was from India and that she stated Haveli was considered one of the top Indian restaurants in North America – well, I was sold.’

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Toronto Cuisine – Fast Counter Style Eats

My thoughts about Toronto Cuisine – Fast Counter Style Eats from Flight Centre Canada Travel Blog.

‘The other day I found myself sitting in the Flight Centre bat cave looking down at my grumbling stomach (sorry for the visual) and thinking ‘Boy, I’m hungry and nothing can satisfy this belly like a good ole’ roti! One of my favourite things about traveling is finding great fast eats (not fast food); walk up, place your order, grab a seat, and wait for that yummy goodness. I then thought, wouldn’t it be a neat idea to write a blog post and share three of my preferred quick lunch spots in Toronto, Canada.’

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World Cuisine; Gotham Bar And Grill, El Bulli, The French Laundry

My thoughts on travel and world cuisine – A Sense of Travel from Flight Centre Canada Travel Blog.

‘Good food to me conjures up great memories and can be anything from sushi to sausage on a bun. My memories of New York City include dining at Alfred Portale’s Gotham Bar and Grill and enjoying Shake Shack with buds in Madison Square Park; each experience very different yet special in its own way.’

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Travel And World Cuisine; Tuscany And Gilroy Garlic Festival

My thoughts on travel and world cuisine – A Sense of Travel from Flight Centre Canada Travel Blog.

‘Smell and taste work intimately together and sure the tongue can distinguish 5 distinct tastes but the nose can distinguish hundreds of smells. Today we honour the hardest working sense in nose business; smell. So close your eyes, smell the fragrance and… wait, please open your eyes so you can continue reading.’

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