Guest Posts

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G is for guest posts.  Here are some other travel perspectives (plus have a look at the Globavore Interviews):

Megan Johnson explores Taiwan and its “weird and wonderful” foods.

Pete Vrouvas tells us about the best eats in Hanoi, Vietnam: Eating in Hanoi: Old Quarter delectables.

Jack Allison writes about Chefchaouen, Morocco: A blue city against a blue sky.

Allison Michelle Dienstman takes us on a tour through China’s ten most delicious (and sometimes bizarre) dishes: Chinese food: The good, the bad and the ugly.

Alexis Donkin writes a beautiful piece comparing India and Scotland. It’s a must read: India’s Shivalik Range: A Far Away Home.

A typical day in Spain: An insider’s advice for the traveller. A guest post by my Spanish-Canadian friend Pablo.

Elena Angela tells us about her favourite things to eat in Sicily.

San Francisco tried to kill me: Ivan Ross Vrána gives restaurant advice for the Golden Gate City.

From OnTheTrackAndOffIt, Simone writes: Is it worth it to eat at a training restaurant? Sala Bai in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Jason Godfrey: Hiking in Boquete, Panama.

Ivan Ross Vrána: Culinary Prague.

Dave Worland: Hungry in Malaysia.

Want to try a guest post for TravelEater.net?  It’s gotta be food and/or travel related, and it’s gotta provide some useful information to help others plan their travels. If you’ve got an idea, let me know via a comment below or this form, but be sure to read my submission guidelines.

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