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Authentic Bifana Recipe – A Classic Lisbon Sandwich – Spain Travel Article

Authentic Bifana Recipe – A Classic Lisbon Sandwich Today David jumps the border over to Portugal to bring us the recipe for one of my all-time favorite sandwiches, the humble Portuguese bifana.  In Lisbon, the bifana is king. Anthony Bourdain raved about it, and Lisboetas wouldn’t think of eating anything else as a tasty midnight snack. It might sound humble, but this simple sandwich of thinly-sliced marinated pork packs plenty of flavor!  Bifana: the humble king of Lisbon’s street food…

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How Much Does A Holiday To Spain Cost In Summer 2020? – Spain Travel Article

How Much Does A Holiday To Spain Cost In Summer 2020? IntroductionAs a holiday destination, Spain is as popular as ever. According to the Spanish National Institute of Statistics (INE), in 2019, Spain welcomed 83.7 million tourists, up 1.08% from the previous year. This means that for the 7th year in a row, the number of people travelling to Spain has increased. “This is no surprise” says Spain-Holiday’s CEO Jannich F. Petersen “for those looking for self-catering holidays, Spain ticks…

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A Solo Traveler’s Guide to Koh Samui – Travel Article

International A Solo Traveler’s Guide to Koh Samui Are you looking for an adventure that combines luxury with culture for a unique experience as a solo traveler ? Many in the same situation as your’s, choose Thailand as their first international destination, especially Indians. And Koh Samui is always ranked as one of the favourite places to visit, after Bangkok, Pattaya and Phuket. Koh Samui is the third largest island in Thailand, with exemplary natural beauty, things to do and…

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How to Use Public Transport in Reykjavik, Iceland – Scandinavian Travel Article

How to Use Public Transport in Reykjavik, Iceland Not sure how to use public transportation in Reykjavik? It’s easy on foot when the weather allows, but during the colder months in Iceland it doesn’t feel entirely inviting, or when pulling luggage or carrying packages. The main form of transportation in Reykjavík is the bus, or Strætó as the locals call it. There is no metro, train or ferry service in Reykjavik. Luckily, the bus service is both accessible and affordable.…

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