Food and Wine
This is a topic close to our hearts - or should that be stomachs? The office larder usually consists of delicious local foods bought back from faraway places - delicacies like Baklava dripping in honey, chorizo from the Spanish Pyrenees or a bottle of Chilean Carmenere; whatever it is, it never lasts long.
Smells, tastes and the whole eating experience can leave enduring memories –catch and cook your own fish off the shores of Mozambique, have a private cooking lesson in the paddy fields of South East Asia or let Steppes Travel organise a private wine tasting at a private estate in the Barossa Valley.
Food is something that allows the explorer to get under the skin of a country – visit a market in Laos or Vietnam and you’ll see exactly what we mean and don’t miss the opportunity to eat at an asado to appreciate the reverence given to steak in Argentina.