This entry is part 7 of 13 in the series Prince Edward Island, CanadaPrince Edward Island’s primary cash crop is potatoes. They also farm Mussels and oysters, and harvest lobster. While PEI is well known for their exporting of these products, nothing compares to eating these locally grown products fresh. Suffice it to say, PEI
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Amish Country, PennsylvaniaAmish bakers make the most mouthwatering goods. That’s a fact. If you’ve ever tried Amish baked apple bread, you know what I’m talking about. Thus, if you happen to find yourself within visiting distance of Amish Country Pennsylvania, here are a couple food
This entry is part 25 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UKWhile England is not generally thought of as a foodie scene, beyond bland food, pub fair, and fish and chips, I can definitely recommend some places to eat that I would revisit: Bakeries & Tea: Paul Bakery Paul Bakery can be found
This entry is part 18 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UKDo yourself a favor, stay in an Airbnb, and make friends with your hosts. Our Swanage Airbnb host Angela, informed us the night before that she was concerned that we were not having as good a time as we should be having.
This entry is part 16 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UKOne of my favorite things about England is the double-deck buses. I love sitting in the front row of the top deck above the traffic and watching tree branches hit the front of the bus on narrow countryside roads. On the Isle
This entry is part 12 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UKWe packed up, said goodby to our London flat and host, and caught our train from Waterloo station to Poole, in Dorset. During the two hour train ride, I had just enough time to catch up on two days worth of my
This entry is part 11 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UKIMAX On our last day in London it rained all day. Far from being disappointed, I thought, “This is more like London.” We were all grateful that we had nowhere specific to be that morning, so over a late breakfast we brainstormed
This entry is part 9 of 25 in the series London & Dorset, UKLife often doesn’t go according to plan, and this was one of those days. My original plan was to get moving in the morning so that we arrived at Hampton Court Palace as close to opening time as possible. In doing my