There are over 100 activities at the Knysna Oyster Festival and the 10-day programme is jam-packed with things to do. From oysters to hikes, marathons to canoe polo and bands to comedy shows, here’s my top eight festival-things-to-do.
Blog posts: Food culture
Explore a world of taste, foods from across the planet, food festivals and exotic recipes. Be sure to pay regular visits to the food culture section for tantalising recipes, upcoming festivities and a glimpse into unknown cultures from around the world. If your hunger for something unique cannot be satiated look no further than the Getaway food culture section. Your tastebuds are in for a ride until your belly can’t take any more. Salivate over our extensive collection of gastronomy from across the globe.
Nikki Werner returns to Berlin after a 7-year absence and finds a confident, colourful and culturally diverse capital where a sense of history doesn’t mean historical baggage, and food and fun abound.
From Cheddar and Edam to Gruyere and chèvre, cheese hits a certain note that makes us feel good inside. Several cheeseries across the Cape Winelands offer a wide selection of cheeses and if you like you can try making your own.
I’d like to suggest you visit a spot that you won’t find on the usual lists: Churchill House. Part cafe, part antique shop, it’s a quaint, modestly grand spot that’s full of Italian hospitality.
Learn to make pasta like an Italian or haggle at the food markets of Spain – here are some of the best cooking classes to travel for.
We asked our favourite globetrotters about the strangest things they’ve eaten on the road.
Something as simple as ordering coffee can be a challenge when overseas. Here are tips for navigating coffee culture around the world.
Social gatherings don’t have to be awkward if you’re the only one not drinking. Try this list of top three non-alcoholic drinks this summer.
T’is the season to be jolly … and stressed out. The remedy? Food and alcohol are great tranquilisers. Good company helps too.
A round up of the top 10 farm stalls in South Africa, from the Western Cape to Limpopo.