Why Volunteering In Thailand Can Be The Best Travel Experience


Thailand is one destination that does not really needs a reason to visit. Being regularly featured in most of the “Top Destinations to Visit” lists, its popularity in travel fraternity is not unknown. Then why should you be thinking about volunteering in Thailand? You might wonder. Volunteering abroad is a form of traveling overseas that … Continue reading Why Volunteering In Thailand Can Be The Best Travel Experience

The Best Summer Scenery From Armenia (Photo Blog)


Though Armenia is a small country (141st largest in the world), it has a lot of diverse landscapes. From snow capped mountains and alpine lakes, to dry deserts and lush green valleys, there are lots of micro climates within Armenia. Our Go Eat Give photographer, Amanda Villa-Lobos took over ten thousand pictures while traveling around … Continue reading The Best Summer Scenery From Armenia (Photo Blog)

Flying Qatar Airways Business Class


Honestly, I am jealous of my friends in the corporate world who get to jet set when they fly for work. They relax in their flatbed seats while sipping on a glass of champagne served in real crystal glass, while I am squeezed in the economy middle seat for up to 30 hours at a time. As … Continue reading Flying Qatar Airways Business Class

10 Things I Learned About Armenia


I have a confession to make. Until recently I didn’t know much about this tiny country the size of Maryland. I have only 3 friends from Armenia. I did go to an Armenian restaurant once while I was in Russia and have visited the Armenian quarters in Jerusalem. That is pretty much all my exposure … Continue reading 10 Things I Learned About Armenia

What to Expect at the Mongolian Dinner Table


Sandwiched between Russia and China, Mongolia is a huge country with vast open grasslands, mountains and deserts. Harsh cold winters and gusty winds make it difficult to grow much here. Therefore, the nomadic Mongol diet relies mostly on animal products, such as meat, cheese, yogurt and milk. So what to expect to eat as you travel … Continue reading What to Expect at the Mongolian Dinner Table

We’re Bringing the Puerto Rican Food Party to Atlanta


The coast, the mountains, and the home: that is the landscape of authentic Puerto Rican cuisine painted by Atlanta-based renowned Chef, Hector Santiago. Known for his stint on Top Chef, Santiago has made a name for himself through his restaurants Pura Vida, and his most recent foray in the Atlanta food scene, El Super Pan. … Continue reading We’re Bringing the Puerto Rican Food Party to Atlanta

Why Mongolia’s Naadam Festival Should be on Your Bucket List


When I first read about the Naadam Festival in Mongolia a few years ago, I was fascinated by it, and added it to my bucket list. The annual sporting event takes place on July 11-13 and can be termed the ancient Olympics of Asia. The festival is registered with the Intangible Heritage Fund of UNESCO. It measures … Continue reading Why Mongolia’s Naadam Festival Should be on Your Bucket List

10 Financial Tips Every Gap Year Traveler Should Know


Today’s young adults are faced with many pressures that make the transition between important life stages overwhelming. From juggling a packed schedule of classes, sports and extracurricular activities in high school to graduating college with unmanageable debt and an uncertain job market, it’s no wonder more students than ever are taking a break to travel, … Continue reading 10 Financial Tips Every Gap Year Traveler Should Know

10 Things I Love About Mongolia


Mongolia was one of the countries that I was fascinated to travel to, but didn’t know much about. In my imagination, I had pictured a vast barren desert with nomadic culture. Though some of that was true, I discovered a lot more in Mongolia during my one-week visit. Here are some of the most beautiful … Continue reading 10 Things I Love About Mongolia

Changing the Face of Craft Beer


Jason Santamaria is a Beer Architect, a somewhat unusual title. He is the president and one of the co-founders of one of Atlanta’s newest players in the Craft Beer scene, Second Self Beer Company. I recently had the pleasure of visiting the brewery at their location on the West Side of Atlanta, and got to … Continue reading Changing the Face of Craft Beer