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  • An afternoon Cooking Class with Chef Alfredo RodriguezMaybe you remember the old commercial "I'd walk a mile for a camel". Well, we'll travel a total of 6416 miles to get from Pinedale WY to Barcelona, Spain to try some unique Spanish foods We leave Salt Lake City airport Posted by Where2FromHere in Where 2 From Here? | Dec 20, 2021
  • Time to CookToday we did a cooking class in Ubud with Periuk Bali cooking. They picked us up in the morning and took us to a local market to check out the produce. [img=https://photos.tra Posted by andrewjenny in Bali 2 | Sep 10, 2018
  • Cooking up a storm in ubudEarly rise this morning for our cooking class. Our driver was on time and we set off to our cooking class at the bali organic farm cooking school. Driver was very cautious so we travelled at a slow pace which Posted by andrewjenny in bali or bust | Mar 11, 2017
  • Hola Peru...Its Beach Time!!!We left Cuenca early in the morning (6am if I am being precise). It was a long travel day as we were on a bus overall for 9hours and had a border to cross. We were leaving Ecuador, a Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Oct 11, 2015
  • School in Nova Scotia, now classes are actually engaging!Greetings readers and welcome to the fourth and final blog for the month of September, 2015 in the CK@C series. In this blog, I'll be talking about my impression of the school in Nova Scotia, specifically my school Park View Posted by campnarakol in CampKol@Canada | Sep 30, 2015
  • Kinchaku KitsuneIn this blog post I am going to talk about a famous B class our met delicacy in Nara prefecture called the "Kinchaku Kitsune". In Japanese, kinchaku means pouch and kitsune is that piece of friend tofu over a Posted by Ohana_Matsumae in Gourmet Trip in Japan | Sep 21, 2015
  • Bienvenido a Puebla y OaxacaIt was Adios to Mexico DF and off to Puebla on our first bus trip. I have to say it wasn't bad. We took a first class bus so I guess that helped ease us into the long journeys we Posted by chellebelle in Nil Responsibilities 'Til 30 | Jun 3, 2015
  • Crepes, a Canadian, and a possibly drunk AustralianDay 5 (May 26) Our first day of real classes was today. In our Sustainability class taught by an Australian professor we went over topics regarding Australia's Population. It was actually really interesting to see how Australia has facilitated Posted by kmnelsen in My Dreaming Story | May 28, 2015
  • Day 17 - UdaipurUp so early today as Meenu's cooking class starts at 7:30 and my first thought is I want more sleep. Drag myself out of bed and head down to Meenu's shop and her husband answers the door and let's us up Posted by lee_1986 in India - 2015 | Feb 13, 2015
  • Turkey - Day 1 - Arrival in IstanbulThank you. There IS a God. Those are my thoughts as I stagger down the jetway at 5 p.m. after a mind-numbing 16 hour flight from Atlanta to Istanbul, including a 4 hour layover in Paris. Tired and jet-lagged, Posted by BeachGlass in Bulging Bags | Oct 30, 2013
  • Flying First ClassAl loves flying business class- as far as he is concerned it is FIRST CLASS! It starts out with champagne in the Lounge. Any time he can get into the lounge he does. This time we got in on a legitimate Posted by Baronessonthego in Al's Adventures | May 5, 2013
  • Cooking with WineWaking up in the hills at the beautiful Villa Le Rondini is a wonderful thing. The mornings are cool, and the fog hangs low through the vineyards that the villa overlooks. It's really something from a dream. Today- is tour day Posted by ellie nicole in Vespas & Vino | Sep 18, 2012
  • Chiang Mai, Thailand[ Posted by Kan_Kan_Can in not recommended by the lonely planet | Jul 24, 2012
  • NLA First Few Days OverviewMy adventures began last Sunday at 4 AM EST when I got up to catch a 7 AM flight from Baltimore to Phoenix, which I just barely made. Then I had a 45-minute layover until my flight to Flagstaff in Posted by poetisa16 in Adventures Out West | Jul 15, 2012
  • Path of IntuitionIs gratefulness something we can teach to toddlers? Can young kids feel empathy? How do we help our children to follow their intuition and be in control of their choices? I am pondering these topics now as Posted by globalmomma in Momma's Hula Dance | Jun 9, 2012
  • green bamboo cooking classstarted the day with a light breakfeast down on the riverfront at our hotel. sat back and watched boats cruise up and down the river as we enjoy the start of the mroning. our bus arrived for the green bamboo cooking Posted by andrewjenny in chasing vietnam | May 6, 2012
  • Chai And BiscuitsWe are starting to get quite the reputation as a traveling trio. We are constantly buzzing around at all times of the day. Busy going on excursions, or leading ourselves around town, to find new restaurants or to just explore. Posted by ellie nicole in Wanderlust and Wayfarer's | Mar 4, 2012
  • Thai Cooking ClassChiang Rai is a peaceful town full of bustling markets. We booked a cooking class with Suwannee, and luck had it that we were the only ones to show up that day! So began our private trip to Posted by Robin-and-Kevin in Adventures of Kevin and Robin | Feb 26, 2012
  • Cooking at the Bumi BaliHere's the last of our recorded memories from Indonesia. Micah and I took a cooking class in the laid back, artsy town of Ubud on the island of Bali. At this point, we had already been eating Indonesian Posted by bucketbath in Bucket Bath | Dec 20, 2011
  • Irkutsk - Paris of SiberiaIrkutsk – October 2011 If there is one city which will welcome you in their own special way and then send you back a nervous wreck then that City has got to be Irkutsk, the capital of Siberia, or according to Posted by beatski in incidentals | Oct 16, 2011
  • Trans-SiberianTrans-Siberian This is a post i should have published about a week ago but have only just finished it...... I'm 4663 kilometres into the Trans-Siberian, 4649km is the half way point between Moscow and Vladivostok the far eastern port town of Posted by beatski in incidentals | Oct 16, 2011
  • Singapore Air While waiting to board Singapore Air, my name was called to the ticket counter, I was rather confused and was hoping that there wasn't an issue with mu luggage that somehow squeaked in just under the weight limit. However, all Posted by Jmburnett19 in Guten Tag | Sep 7, 2011
  • First Class? Fo Shizzle...Friday 2nd September - 12:22 – Darlington to London Apparently if you have a first class ticket you can’t actually get into the first class lounge, you have to pa Posted by beatski in incidentals | Sep 2, 2011
  • First Stop Buenos Aires, Argentina Posted by marksrtw in Around the World in 20 Days | Aug 6, 2011
  • Happy Khmer New YearK and I brought in the Khmer new year by spending some time with my family. We first visited my dad’s family in Kean Svay, a village about 15mins southeast of Phnom Penh. We then went to a temple in Posted by lesbotravels in lesbotravels | Apr 15, 2011
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