Mexican Food: Cactus (Nopales)

When I recently wrote about my day trip from Queretaro to Bernal, I got a lot of interest about cactus as food. So here is a post dedicated to nopal! There are over 600 varieties of cactus in Mexico and the prickly pear cactus is commonly known as nopal which is eaten. The Mexican flag …

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Trying Foreign Food When You Travel: Don’t Say Yuck

Warning: This post may contain images that viewers might find disturbing. One of best things about traveling is getting to try food and drinks that you've never had before. Whether it be a fruit, vegetable or protein that you've never seen in your home country before, combination of flavors or dishes you've never tried- there …

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Pandemic Deconfinement from Australia

Deconfinement: to be out of the state of confinement or restrained movement. (sortie d'un état de confinement où les mouvements sont restreints ; retour à une possible circulation des personne). Our world here is slowly awakening from the social distancing measures that were put into place for COVID-19. Granted, Australia was lucky. Our Government had …

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