“I’ll bet what motivated the British to colonize so much of the world is that they were just looking for a decent meal.” – Martha Harrison
I agree with Martha Harrison. Although food has never been the main reason that motivate me to travel, it is an important aspect of my travel, not to be taken lightly! Here’s sharing a travel+food article that I wrote for Trip101.com recently.
At almost 6,000 ft above sea level, Salamina is located in Caldas, a department in the Paisa region (part of the Andes) where the Colombian city of Manizales is the capital. Blessed with abundant flora and fauna like almost everywhere else in the country, this mountainous old town thrives on agriculture and farming. Besides the usual fresh produce and famous Colombian coffee, Salamina offers some local specialities that will delight taste buds! One can expect innovation with the simplest of daily ingredients. Even if you are not a foodie, this recommended food list in Salamina promises to enhance your stay in this colourful ‘City of Light’! [Read more…]