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Recession Should Not Be an Excuse to Gauging Tourists on Food Prices

Having just been travelling through two of the countries hit hard by the recession, I have to ask where are the discounts on food? For me, it seems like a no brainer to get the masses, or ok those with some discretionary spending and tourists to these locales. With deep cuts being made on accommodations, […]

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The Outcome of the Highly Anticipated Cataplana Dish

I had been hearing stories about the virtuous Cataplana of Portugal for years. It is a seafood dish that is exceedingly popular on the Southern coast of Portugal, otherwise known as the Algarve.  Everywhere you turn, a restaurant is hocking this, and I understand it is frequently a staple at festivals, and events. At first […]

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