Belgium and Switzerland get most of the credit when it comes to chocolate, but there’s also tasty finds on this side of the pond.
Peru’s cuisine is gaining global attention, and for good reason. From seafood spots serving gourmet ceviche to restobars cooking up snails in cocoa foam, Doreen Pendgracs picks the top places to dine in Lima.
Our post on the best destinations for chocoholics had so many mouths watering, we just had to follow up. Here are five more of the best resorts, shops and chocolatiers offering the best chocolate on the globe.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? And what could be better than tasting chocolate around the world? Doreen Pendgracs, a globe-trotting chocolate connoisseur, lists her top picks for best chocolate destinations.
Want to experience Canada’s history and winter conditions at their rugged best? You can’t do better than by travelling to The Pas in Northern Manitoba for the Trapper’s Festival.
Head to Western Canada’s largest winter festival and immerse yourself into the world of French Canada’s legendary fur traders. Enjoy the “joie de vivre” spirit of the early 19th century voyageurs, eat bannock, learn about canoe building and test your pioneer skills. After all, every traveller has a bit of Voyageur in them, don’t they?