Foodies

Rome and an Italian Wedding

When my dad died unexpected 4 years ago I realized that I had spent too much time working too hard, missing out on the more important things in life. I had missed too many important occasions: time with family, friend’s weddings, birthdays and baby showers; all because I was...

Exploring the big 5 of Bordeaux: a week of wine, food and friends

      One day over a dinner, our friend Francis told us about a trip to Bordeaux organized by his friend Bill, who owns a vineyard in Vancouver. Without really knowing what to expect, we signed...

The Beating Heart of Havana: Food, Art and Music

"Both for Havana’s beauty and decay, it’s very hard to restrain yourself from staring everywhere you go” - Brin Jonathan Butler I visited Cuba a lifetime ago. It was in the days of Fidel’s reign and rules were strict and supplies were limited. We stayed in Holguin...

Nashville’s hidden gems

Food explorations in the heart of Music City Nashville is known as the music capitol of the world. Many famous artists started their career here. A lot of people link Nashville with country music, but Nashville is not just country. In addition to country It is rock ‘n roll, bluegrass,...

Caymans: Swimming with Stingrays and Turtles

When we looked for a warm place to ring in the New Year, we discovered the beautiful unspoiled east and north side of Grand Cayman island. The picture I had of  the Caymans, was one of money and sophistication, a playground for the rich with a lot of high...