Elizabeth Nancy Flint

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14 Tantalising Recipes That Prove Crispy Tofu Is a Must Try

In case you didn't already know, there are a myriad of ways to enjoy tofu: not only can you have it in a breakfast smoothie but also as an egg …

Take a scenic trip from Mumbai to Goa in one of Indian Railways' new glass-topped carriages

With views of waterways shaded by swaying palms and rolling banks of forested hills, the rail journey from Mumbai to Goa is widely celebrated as one of the most scenic train rides in India. What could make it better? Why, glass-roofed carriages, of course.<p>As of 18 September, the Jan Shatabdi …

10 ways teaching abroad will change your life

Moving your life to another country to teach English is one of those super scary and hard, yet super rewarding decisions. The gratification may not …

Two days in Jakarta: an ultra urban experience

Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, is often referred to as the city of contrasts, and for good reason. Those with a bit of time and patience will find an intriguing juxtaposition of modern skyscrapers and shanty towns, sophisticated dining and roadside food stalls, and historic buildings besieged by the …

A walking tour of Hong Kong fuses technology with old neighbourhoods

Now you can let art and technology guide your explorations in Hong Kong, as these creative QR codes will lead you on a tour of some of its oldest neighbourhoods.<p>The Hong Kong Tourism Board is encouraging people to explore the “Old Town Central” with walking tours guided by some creative and …

Now you can see famous Dutch masterpieces without ever leaving Amsterdam airport

If you’re in Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport for a stopover – or even if you didn’t get time to do everything you wanted to do in the city – you can still see some of the most famous artworks in the Netherlands without ever leaving the airport terminal.<p>The Rijksmuseum opened its very own branch of the …

How to hammam: tips and tricks for Marrakesh’s best spas

Adventure awaits around every corner in Marrakesh. A walk through the centuries-old medina fills your eyes with vivid colours from every spot on the spectrum, and you’re bound to get lost attempting to navigate the busy streets teeming with people and animals. After a day of shopping and exploring …

This panoramic photo technique captures the full breadth of Italy’s incredible architecture

There’s no denying the dramatic and old-worldly beauty of Italian architecture like the Old Palace in Florence or Banchi Square in Genoa. These stunning feats of design are iconic and beloved landmarks, often acting as focal points in a city’s architectural landscape. Unsurprisingly, they’re on …

Walking the Camino de Santiago: highlights of the Camino Francés

For over 1,000 years, pilgrims have traipsed wearily across the plains and mountains of the Iberian peninsula to pay homage at the shrine of St James in Spain's northwestern city of Santiago de Compostela. The Camino de Santiago is one of the world’s most famous long-distance walks, and these days …

The First Thing You Should Do When You Check Into Your Hotel Room (Video)

According to a designer.<p>After a long day of traveling, it can be tempting to walk right into your hotel room, drop your bags, and dive right into …

Mapped: the optimal road trip across Europe

RANDY OLSON is a man who likes to optimize road trips. He has previously organized the ultimate US road trip and the best cross-Canada journey and, …

Do This 10-Minute Yoga Routine After Every Workout To Get Crazy Flexible

It'll help you relax, too.<p>Think of your workout as a meal. Your warm-up is your appetizer, the actual sweat session is your entree, and your cooldown is—wait... cooldown? "Most people skip stretching because they don't think it's important," says John Porcari, Ph.D., an exercise and sports science …

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Budapest’s secret underground hospital

Known as the ‘Hospital in the Rock’, this underground facility remained a government secret for decades.<p>In autumn 1956, as Soviet troops suppressed the Hungarian uprising against the country’s communist regime, three-year-old Erzsebet Seibriger and her family headed underground to one of Budapest’s …

A quick travel guide to neighbourhoods in Mumbai

The immense, sprawling city of Mumbai is full of contrasts. Apart from the rich-poor example that the world is fond of emphasizing, there are several …

10 Destinations You Can Visit for Under $25 a Day

<i>By: Meaghan Agnew</i><p><i>Credit: Patryk Kosmider/Shutterstock</i><p>You're one Seamless order away from insolvency, yet the travel bug continues to nibble. So how to wander the planet without worrying about the bottom line? Believe it or not, there are still plenty of global destinations where you can get by on …

Everyone Panic: We’re in a 15-Year Scotch Drought

Bad news for Scotch lovers: Whiskey supplies are drying up and won’t be replenished for ten to fifteen years.<p>Over the past decade, single malt sales …

The Best Beaches in Goa

The Indian state of Goa, which was colonized by the Portuguese until 1961, is home to some of the world's finest Euro-Indian cuisine, distinctive …

Here's Everything That's Coming to Netflix in March 2016

Out with the old, and in with the new: Netflix may be saying goodbye to a healthy handful of movies and shows this March, but you needn't be too upset. Taking their place are tons of new streamable options, from iconic movies like <i>Scarface</i> to classic comedies like <i>Groundhog Day</i> and <i>Good Burger</i> to the …

Exploring the Last of Japan’s Beautiful Meiji-Era Hotels

Fans of modern Japanese luxury accommodations can thank Emperor Meiji for the experience. In 1868, he decided to westernize Japan, setting up …

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My Capsule Wardrobe Experiment: Part Three - Lessons Learned, Tips & Takeaways

This is the final post in my mini-series on capsule wardrobes. If you've been following along, you've seen why I decided to give this a go and how I …

Infographic: 8 European travel scams and how to avoid them

It sucks getting mugged or scammed but somehow it’s even worse when you’re traveling. Are we more trusting when abroad? Or maybe the scams are so …

5 Tips For Millennials Trying To Break The Age Barrier

There is a kernel of truth to every stereotype. Yes, millennials are tech-crazy, entitled and coddled. Some have even earned the nickname “Generation Me.” While there are many millennials who fit into these stereotypes, there are just as many bright ambitious young people pursuing their passions.<p>I …

A Few Universal Dos & Don'ts When It Comes to Chili

Over the years I've come to learn that chili recipes are a <i>very</i> personal thing. Most people have some pretty strong opinions about how they make their …

Tips and tricks for eating out as a vegan

In 2014, the Humane Research Council interviewed a large group of former vegetarians and vegans. When probed about which elements of the lifestyle …

In Siem Reap you get hit up by begging kids all the time. Here’s how I dealt with it

THERE I WAS IN SIEM REAP’S main tourist hot spot, where you can get a $3 massage in the same room where you can get a $10 happy ending. There was a …

Did ancient Egypt suffer from climate change?

<b>(CNN) —</b> New details have emerged of a previously unknown queen of ancient Egypt -- and if the professor behind the find is correct, it could be bad news for the rest of us.<p>Reports surfaced in November of the tomb of Khentkaus III, a queen in the era of the Old Kingdom (2649--2150 BC). Discovered in …

This Is What Happens When You Drink Only Water For 30 Days

If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water. Water is important to your good health. Find out what can happen when you drink more …

The 5 Secrets to Flying Comfortably in Economy Class

Ever heard of a Knee Defender? It’s a little plastic gadget that was invented by a 6-foot-3 man named Ira Goldman in 2003. It clips onto your lowered tray table and prevents the passenger in front of you from reclining their seat. It’s hard not to applaud an aggravated passenger who decided to …

Could you cross this ancient bridge of vines?

Follow in the footsteps of a Samurai by crossing the 1,000-year-old Kazurabashi vine bridge. The catch? You can’t clutch the sides – or fall through the cracks.<p><b>BBC's Travel Show</b> <i>brings you the latest insider travel news, a wealth of destinations, amazing experiences and features and practical hints,</i> …

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