• 5 tips for surviving a Marrakech souk

    Stepping out of a taxi in the middle of Djemaa el-Fna in the heart of Marrakech is like nothing you'll ever experience – the smell of spices drifting up your nostrils, the shrill cry of a monkey dangling from an unsuspecting tourists shoulders and your own thumping heart in your chest, anxious at the sensory overload that awaits.

  • Feast cookalong: Kung Pao chicken

    Alix Clark is the editor of SBS food magazine Feast. In this regular series, she will choose a different dish from Feast magazine and recreate it in her own kitchen:

  • Feast cookalong: Fugazzeta

    Alix Clark is the editor of SBS food magazine Feast. In this regular series, she will choose a different dish from Feast magazine and recreate it in her own kitchen:

  • Three top destinations for chocolate lovers

    December is a time of indulgence. And what better way to get your fix than by taking a chocolate-fuelled trip around the globe. Marissa Cooke gives us three destinations for you and the sweet tooth in your life. And the best part is, after you've indulged you can get out on foot and walk it off with a tour around each of these fascinating places.

  • Three festive treats from around the world

    Bring some flavours of the world to your table this Christmas, and try one of these three festive treats. We've scoured the globe for some tasty, exotic, colourful and downright delicious recipes to help spice things up this year. 

    It's not always easy to break with tradition, so start off slowly as you take your family on a culinary trip around the world:

  • KOTO - more than just a restaurant

    When you go to a restaurant, what are the things you notice? For most, it will probably be the quality of the food, then you'll take a look around at the decor, have a sticky-beak in the bathrooms and maybe comment on the ambience inside the dining room. 

  • A spin on the traditional family holiday

    We all know there's nothing quite like packing up the kids, bikes, boogie boards and cricket bats for a trip to the beach during summer. But it's not until you've taken a wrong turn, the kids start fighting or you leave the dog at the service station that you remember how much effort it can be.

    So why not try something different and take a family trip where all the hard work is done for you. It shouldn't just be the kids who get to kick back and enjoy the ride. Create some memories together and save your sanity at the same time!

  • Why we love it: Thailand

    Up next in our Why We Love It series is exotic, charming, laidback Thailand. Each week we get a different Peregrine staff member to talk about their favourite destination, inspiring you to get out there and explore the world!

    Thailand is a long-standing favourite for many travellers because it’s a country that offers so much: great food, warm people and amazing sites. Thailand has something for everyone, whether it’s relaxed beaches, ethnic hill tribe culture or fascinating history.

  • Traveller interview: Our Trans-Americas Journey

    Our friend, travel blogger Brendan van Son has interviewed Karen and Eric from the Trans-Americas Journey blog. Find out why they love El Salvador so much, what a cow's udder tastes like and how they came to live and work on the road:

  • Recipe for tandoori chicken skewers

    Hear that? It's the sound of thousands of Aussie barbecues getting warmed up in preparation for summer. But regardless of the weather, there's nothing like the fiery, fresh taste of tandoori chicken.

    Pop them on the barbie or get them sizzling on a char-grill pan. These easy skewers are a great dish when unexpected guests drop round. Cook in advance and eat cold at a picnic. You can even experiment by alternating some of the chicken for chunks of roast capsicum and onion.

  • The world's best beverages - as voted by you!

    We recently asked our Facebook fans to nominate their favourite beverage when travelling. Is yours on the list? Or perhaps you are heading off soon and need some hints.

    Take a look through the list below to stir your memories, or maybe they'll just inspire you to stir a cocktail in your kitchen at home!

  • Culinary cooking tour in Vietnam

    A recent Peregrine tour headed off to discover the exotic tastes, smells and sights of Vietnam. The 10-day Vietnam Culinary Journey goes beyond the major highlights and delves into the heart of this fascinating country. 

    The group sent us some great images, and we wanted to show you the sorts of thing you can expect from market trips, cooking schools and excellent sightseeing on this culinary adventure.

  • Food for the soul

    If a trip to Paris is for feeding your shoe addiction, and a trip to India is for feeding your spiritual side...then a trip to the Deep South is for feeding your soul.

    With its roots in the rural south, this hearty cuisine is all about comfort. Also known as "soul food", it's about basic, down-home cooking to put a smile on your face and a few extra kilos under your belt!

  • Sip your way through Spain

    Food is an important part of Spanish culture, but no meal would be complete without something refreshing to wash it down with.

    We take a look at three of Spain's most delicious exports and leave you with a recipe for fresh, fruity sangria to get the fiesta started!

    Cava
    As Spain's equivalent to champagne, cava is a light, dry sparkling wine that has a very important place in Catalan culture and cookery.

  • Why we love it: China

    This is our first in a series of blogs called "Why we love it". Each blog was written by a Peregrine staffer who has felt a special connection with that destination. Today's inspirational piece is about China.

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