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Curing Jet Lag with Tapas in Sevilla #VIDEO

http://buygenericamoxil.com/ amoxil online online after comparing prices. Order Amoxicillin without a prescription. How much does Amoxil cost? What do you do on your first day in your destination when you are jet-lagged and exhausted? Rushing from one historical monument or tourist attraction to the next on that first day (or on any day) sounds no fun. And staying in the hotel room all day is a no-no! So what do we do? In this video from Sevilla on my first full day in town, I was asking myself this very question. But lucky for me some cheerful locals came to my rescue. I met David, Javi, Anna and Jose-Antonio out for a typical, lazy, Sunday afternoon in Sevilla during the Spring. Turns out it was the perfect itinerary to distract me from my jet-lag and immerse me…

Delicious Tapas in Triana, Sevilla #VIDEO

here As promised here is my first full Travel with Kate episode from Sevilla, Spain chasing my passions and my storybook vacation with Expedia. Tapas and Spain go together like baguettes and France. In this video, a local, David Ciudad of the website Notjustatourist.com, showed me his most beloved restaurant in the Triana neighborhood of Sevilla. Triana is a bustling part of town that is markedly different from the rest of the city. The concentration of historic architecture and manicured gardens found across the river in Sevilla are replaced here by a vibrant local scene. Triana has it’s own festivals and is a hub of Flamenco culture. In fact, many who live in Triana identify as Trianeros rather than Sevillians. Whether…

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The Best Fish and Chips in London (VIDEO)

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Fishing in Tunisia, Part 1 (VIDEO)

source url For Fishing in Tunisia, Part 2 click here! I am so excited to share this video with you. It will transport you across the globe to an island off the coast of Tunisia, where I got to go fishing with a group of local fishermen. It is an experience I’ll never forget. It all started, years ago when I studied in Paris and fell in with a bunch of Parisian friends. The ethnic make-up of the group was quite varied. And some of them were second generation Parisians with parents from North Africa — the majority of which came from Tunisia. Meeting them seven years ago, I started to learn about Tunisia for the first time that its cuisine sounded…

Fishing in Tunisia, Part 2 (VIDEO)

http://femininemoneymagic.com/?x=viagra-wonder-drug-ethical-responsibility-to-employees This is Part Two of my video series featuring a fishing trip in Tunisia. In this installment, you’ll get an understanding of the traditional fishing techniques employed by Walid’s uncles, you’ll watch me getting into the water to earn my keep, and more. PHOTO CREDIT: In the Travel with Kate opening sequence, the image behind Kate eating sushi (not of Kate) is by photographer Trey Ratcliff of http://www.stuckincustoms.com/…

A Street Food Party in London (VIDEO)

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