Indore has a lot to offer when it comes to street food. From chaats to main courses, the street is flooded with crowds and food till 1 am. Sarafa Bazaar is the main highlight of Indore when it comes to street food. Generally, people go at night to enjoy the delicious street food. Also, if you enjoy walking down the road while munching something, then Chappan Dukan is the best place to hit! If you’re a foodie and love exploring different chaats and food items, then there’s no place better than Indore.
We begin playing with our food when we sit in a highchair as a toddler, so with these insane food festivals, we can keep up the shenanigans as adults. Slightly on the crazy side—wearing watermelon boots, mashed potato wrestling, gorging on bugs
Port Douglas in the far north of Queensland is a playground for reef seekers, boat lovers, hiking enthusiasts, and those who wish to ride a bicycle along the famous Four Mile Beach. During the wet summer months (November to April), you may have to dodge stingers and crocodiles in the sea, plus at times torrential rain. However, winter in Port (May to October) brings a new perspective to being in the tropics. The sun constantly shines on the warm sand, the stingers have left, and you realize you have found paradise. Add in some fantastic food—you are in heaven.
Perth in Australia's Western Australia has been named as one of the hot spots in the world's top 14 travel destinations for 2019, and no trip to this dynamic city would be complete without heading to its creative and artistic enclave by the sea, Fremantle.
When you travel it’s tempting to try everything the culture has to offer, especially the food. But nothing can ruin a holiday quite as well as a stomach bug. Thankfully, there are some simple strategies for keeping your holiday both fun and healthy, and avoiding sickness from local foods.
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