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Hi! I'm Cristina. At 28 I quit my job as a TV journo chasing news deadlines to travel. Chasing Travel is the experiential travel blog covering local culture, food and experiences through Europe and beyond. My travel style? Carry-on only. Read my full story on the "About" page.
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Last year, the UN reported more than 110,000 refugees living in Thailand. Escaping from ethnic conflict, many of them fled for Bangkok but most of them have settled along the Thai-Burmese […]
Thai life is always chaotic and people are always on the go. If it’s your first time in Thailand, it’s normal to have a bit of a culture shock – Thais […]
Thailand really is the epitome of all street food cities. In Bangkok and Chiang Mai, ratty old carts and portable kitchens line the sidewalks and, if families live close enough to the curb they open […]
From the grandiose cafes of the past to small-scale emerging roasters, it’s an exciting time for coffee lovers to be in Prague right now. My daily routine consisted of a […]
My latest move took me to the south of France where I was living and studying French in Aix-en-Provence. On my last weekend I took some time out to enjoy the Mediterranean […]
In Cuba, an organic food movement is growing. During “the Special Period” in the 1990s, the country was on the brink of starvation. Lack of imports, farming tools (especially pesticides), […]
Benito could very well be famous. Not like celebs you and I know, who star in big movies or viral music vids. You wouldn’t be able to pick Benito out of a line up. […]
While I was living like a local in Bologna Italy during the #BlogVille campaign I learned to make Italian gelato at Gelato University. It was unlike any school I had ever […]
In my hometown, there’s a little grocery store where I pick up my cheese. I pay for it, bag it, and take it home to enjoy – without a second […]
If you could climb to the top of one of the world’s tallest buildings more than a thousand feet high from the ground, would you? What if there was no […]