The World in a Dish, a Foodie’s Guide
What could be better than travelling and enjoying great food at the same time? Imagine the thrill of going on the road in search of delicious tasty food and fine wine. If you are a foodie, you’ll probably live for moments that give you the best gastronomic pleasures. There's nothing quite like the first taste of real authentic food whether it's:-
- Masaman curry in Thailand
- Traditional Sunday lunch in London
- Snails and frogs legs in Paris
- Pasta in Rome
- Bush tucker in Australia
When it comes to mouthwatering food, many countries around the world also offer connoisseur wines, what more could you ask for?
Stay in a place that serves good food
When booking accommodation, try to choose somewhere that has a restaurant or bar. This will ensure that you have easy access to food and drink. When out and about on your travels, you’ll also have the exciting opportunity to try out different dishes. It's always great to return to a place where you can enjoy no-nonsense food especially if you're a little exhausted and hungry.
Many travellers say that sometimes it's good not to have an itinerary when on vacation. But if you’re a golf enthusiast and a foodie, it’s really a good idea to have a planned itinerary. Why not combine golf tours with a visit to a gourmet restaurant , awesome. When you consider that most renowned golf courses and restaurants can be extremely busy during peak holiday seasons, you can save a lot of hassle by having a pre-booked itinerary.
To make the most out of your travels overseas or in your own country, book a golf, food and wine tour. This is a perfect solution to the perfect trip. Professional tour companies will do everything for you in advance so you can relax and look forward to:-
- a great game of golf
- tasty food
- a glass or two of wine
All you’ll need to focus on is hitting from the tee, choosing tantalising food and refreshing wine from the a la carte carte menu. Sounds great doesn't it?
Lots of helpful information online
For exciting golf tours, food guides and wine suggestions, there's lots of helpful information online. If you intend travelling to a different part of the world, it's important to take precautions when trying different dishes. No-one is saying that one of the best ways to experience a culture is through eating street food but you've also got to make sure that what you're eating is clean and cooked properly.
If you have any doubts about food or drink, don't take any risks especially in a foreign country. Ask around for recommendations from fellow travellers or expats who live in the country you are visiting. Talk to the locals for popular street stalls and restaurants that offer clean, authentic, hearty food. If you see a street stall or restaurant packed with locals, this is generally a good sign that the food and wine is OK.