A new nail polish detects date rape drugs such as GBH, Xanax and Rohypnol. This extraordinary invention has been revealed on one of my favourite websites Not Impossible Now. Four students at North Carolina State University invented the nail polish. The brand is called Undercover Colors. Women can simply dip their fingers into their drinks, whichContinue reading “Travel tip: Nail polish detects date rape drugs”
I go to a Chilean cooking class and discover smoked chilli, a spicy quinoa dessert and Carmenere wine from the longest country in the world, yet to be discovered by tourist hordes. Here’s the recipes.
When Australians travel they like to become culture vultures. Up to a point. Because many still prefer English-speaking countries, a new survey reveals.
Buckle up and go on a heart-stopping ride with Australian paramedic Ben Gilmour in his travel memoir set in some of the most dangerous places on earth.
Peru’s Mistura gourmet festival kicks off on September 7 with up to 500,000 foodie fans expected, along with a star-studded lineup from the world’s top chefs.
Two deliciously entertaining journeys – one to Mexico City and the other tracing the career of an Indian chef from Mumbai to Paris – are Taste for Travel’s best reads of the month. Enjoy!
Our Travel With An Open Heart project found a shocking statistic: According to UNICEF there are an estimated 150 million children living or working on the streets worldwide. Many are beggars and vulnerable to prostitution.
Chocolatier Dan Cilo is passionate about ethical cacao and building business values in vulnerable Peruvian communities. And you can go there to see the region.
Over 50 teams are expected to take part in the 13th annual Great River Amazon Raft Race event this October in Peru. Wacky, weird and what an excellent adventure!
Rene Redzepi, Danish chef of the world’s top restaurant Noma is one of the stars at Peru’s foodie festival, where the tickets are so cheap, anyone can go.