Archive for the ‘North America’ Category

Culture, history, food and natural beauty are usual aspects of travelling that one is exposed on a vacation, but never before has it happened to me that I got a sense of what really this planet was before the beginning of time… Standing on the coastal ledge less than 30 m from us, lava was flowing into the Pacific Ocean…

…Not only was the service very attentive, but the dishes made by the Top Chef Canada winner, Rene Rodriguez, stood out in its colourful presentation that translated into a bust of flavours. Have you heard or have you ever tasted hibiscus mole?

Wynnwood Walls is a revitalized industrial area in downtown Miami that boosts with creativity and originality. This burst of colour is so visually pleasing…

Tapaç 24


Tapaç 24 has been my favorite restaurant in Barcelona for several years now. It is a small, simple, basement restaurant owned by Abellan that is bustling with patrons elbowing each other while tasting some of the most delicious Catalan dishes…. When Chef Abellan decided to open Tapas 24 location in Montreal, I was overwhelmed with joy.

…Therefore, for anyone who is going to Vegas for the first time, the trip is nothing else but a gamble. Here are some misconceptions about the Sin City, which I realized after my first visit in November.

I do not know what happened, but the days of “f*ck off” attitude are gone amongst New Yorkers.

This is a hidden gem of North America full of energy, great food and friendly people; a place with most museums in the world and greenery that engulfs urban development. As to me, the city is nothing else but 5 things: happiness, friendship, chaos, traffic, and unforgettable times.