Italian cuisine is one of the most popular on the face of the planet. It’s everywhere. Chances are, if you live in an urban area you’re no more than a few minutes from a restaurant or takeaway that dishes up some form of Italian food.
Europe is known for a lot of things: cultural diversity, history, its vast array of landscapes, climates and accents, excellent universities and world-renowned artists, poets, writers and musicians. What’s not so widely known about Europe, however, is that it has played host to a range of weird and wonderful sports over the years.
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.
Today is the final Peregrine Story in this series. What a journey! Over the past seven weeks we’ve delved into our vaults to bring you some of the most interesting stories and inspirational images from our history.
With our 35th birthday celebrations wrapping up tomorrow we’ve been getting a bit nostalgic here in the Peregrine office.
We started cruising the Galapagos Islands in 1996 and haven’t looked back since!
"We can go to a village or take a walk through a forest and not disturb our surroundings. But best of all the 'wall' comes down between traveller and local, and you really can make some great personal connections."
"I enjoy meeting people, sharing the beautiful culture of my country and understanding more about the people around the world."
If Cuba was a drink, it would be a mojito. If it was a dance, it would be the salsa. And if it were a smell, it would be the waft of cigar smoke curling up around your lips.