Traveling Abroad? EatWith Wants To Help You Break Bread With The Locals In Their Own Homes


So, what's EatWith all about? Here's what they have to say about it: “Most tourists won’t get a chance to meet the locals except maybe the Taxi driver, or the waiter in the restaurant,” says Guy. “but Eatwith aims to change this.” Guests get an experience far removed from the standard series of tourists traps, …

Nights Out in Cyprus – no razor blade required


Nights Out in Cyprus, a set on Flickr. One of the first social events organised by Paul (the Social Secretary) at the Aphrodite Bowling Club on Saturday 30 June 2012. A country and western themed evening. Not my favourite music but luckily no razor blades were needed so no blood was spilled. Cost €3 entry …

Food for thought. Ban kids from restaurants?


Now Chefs want to ban kids too! I must admit that I personally am not so good when children in close proximity start to scream and throw tantrums. I hate kids who cannot do anything with letting out a piercing scream each time or when they're told they can't have something. Nor am I impressed …

Luxor – restaurant and cafe reviews.


Below is a review I posted on my favourite holiday forum (HolidayTruths) last year (September 2010) after we returned from 7 nights in Luxor, Egypt. This particular post covers a number of restaurants or places we ate at during our holiday. "For those of you who are familiar with my posts you may now have …

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