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1. Accessible Accommodation in the Algarve
April 24, 2018

Portugal is a popular destination for summer holidaymakers in search of that perfect combination of sun, sea and sand, as well as fabulous food and wonderful wine. It is also an excellent choice if you are looking for holidays for disabled travellers. The Algarve region is located at the southern tip of the country and is reputedly the sunniest place in Europe. Visitors flock to the Algarve to not only catch the seemingly endless rays, but also to discover the lush interior, enjoy beautiful views and experience pure relaxation. Choosing an accessibility-friendly hotel means that you can ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

2. Perfect Your Putt on Spain's Best Courses
March 27, 2018

Few places in the world offer a more complete golfing experience than Spain. This golfing paradise has everything – warm weather, great food, beautiful natural landscapes and – most importantly – hundreds of fantastic golf courses. With so many amazing courses to choose from and limited time in life to enjoy them, these are five of the best to tick off of your bucket list. Real Club Seville Golf The weather in the southern Spanish province of Andalucía is gorgeous all year round, allowing for the most civilised golf holidays Spain has to offer. The Real Club Seville has one of the b... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

3. Boogie in Bugibba: The Coolest Clubs and Booziest Bars
November 20, 2017

Bugibba is one of the boogiest places in the southern Mediterranean. North of Malta’s capital Valetta, tourists flock to Bugibba all year round for its sandy beach, waterpark, and the bars and restaurants which flourish throughout the town. The town centre is a delightful mix of cobbled streets and cafés offering all the wonderful food and drink you could desire when on holiday. What goes on after dark however, is the real beauty of Bugibba. The amazing nightlife pulls in young people from across the island and beyond to party until the sun comes up in one of the many clubs and bars. Here are ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Top 2 Restaurants in South Florida You must visit for Authentic Seafood
May 24, 2017

Are you planning to visit South Florida with your friends, family or beau soon? If yes, then apart from site seeing and relaxing on the beach, there’s another blissful thing that you can do during that time. Dig into sumptuous seafood that you will never forget.   In Southern Florida, you will find plenty of restaurants selling seafood. But, for authentic Floridian food, either visit Deerfield Beach or Jupiter. In these places, you will find many popular restaurants that serve exotic, Florida-inspired dishes. So, how about if you get a glimpse in the offerings of some such popular ... (read more)

Author: Alice Campbell

5. Southern Africa’s Dire Food Situation Grows Worse
December 06, 2016

Southern Africa's lengthy drought has gotten worse, aid officials say, and 13.8 million people are now staring down hunger as the lean season starts in the region. These months before the next harvest are critical, says humanitarian coordinator Timo Pakkala.  Food supplies are critically low because of poor harvests caused by the El Nin~o weather phenomenon, which has wrought havoc in the region since 2015. “Now we are at the peak of the lean season, meaning that we still have...... (read more)

6. UN Calls for Donors to Ease Hunger in Southern Africa
December 02, 2016

The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization said Friday that more than 40 million people need food assistance across southern Africa before the next harvest next March, with Zimbabwe and Madagascar being some of the worst hit. Chimimba David Phiri, the head of FAO in southern Africa, told journalists in Harare that of the $35.8 million the U.N. agencies in the region need to fight the effects of El Nino, only $8 million has been secured. The region was hit by El Nino-induced drought — the...... (read more)

7. Zimbabwean Scientists Unveil Maize Seeds Resistant to Heat, Drought
October 25, 2016

Scientists in Zimbabwe say they have developed new heat- and drought-tolerant varieties of maize that may be ready for sale ahead of the next planting season. The seeds from the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center were developed to combat drought-induced food insecurity that has affected millions in southern Africa over the past year. The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center — better known by its Spanish acronym CIMMYT — says the new varieties could play a...... (read more)

8. At Least 80 Children Sickened by Food Poisoning in Cambodia
October 19, 2016

Officials say more than 80 schoolchildren in Cambodia have fallen ill after eating contaminated food distributed by a local volunteer group. The primary school students in the southern province of Takeo became sick Tuesday after eating fried rice, sausage and milk. Chea Vann, the governor of Tram Kak district, where the incident took place, told police that all of the victims had the same symptoms - diarrhea and vomiting. He said Wednesday that the children have been sent to...... (read more)

9. UN Chief Surveys Hurricane Damage in Haiti
October 15, 2016

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrived Saturday in Les Cayes, on the southern coast of Haiti, to tour the devastation caused this month by Hurricane Matthew and to meet with families who lost their homes. Shortly before Ban's arrival at a U.N. base in Les Cayes, a minor skirmish occurred between residents and U.N. peacekeepers after trucks carrying food aid arrived. The peacekeepers fired tear gas to restore order. A World Health Organization coordinator said two containers...... (read more)

10. UN: Emergency Hunger Levels Likely in Madagascar by Year-end
October 06, 2016

Hunger is expected to reach emergency levels by the end of the year in drought-hit southern Madagascar, where many families have already been forced to sell their homes or land, or migrate, the World Food Program (WFP) has warned. At least 1 million people need food and cash aid, and some 200,000 pregnant women and children under five need treatment for acute hunger, the U.N. agency said. Four out of nine districts in the southern tip of the country are likely to fall to emergency...... (read more)

11. Top Three Seafood Eateries in South Florida
September 26, 2016

When someone thinks about South Florida, US, the first thing that’s going to strike him/her is the stunning beaches and the happening beachside parties. But, how can you forget about the amazing seafood? Yes! Southern Florida is quite famous for its exotic Seafood platters. Therefore, if you want to hog on authentic, Floridian seafood visit South Florida. South Florida has plenty of seafood eateries. But, if you want to have food that is not just tasty, but healthy too, then you need to visit some popular seafood joints only. Have no idea about the popular seafood eateries in Southern Flo... (read more)

Author: Mattis Bailey

12. The Food in India
September 12, 2016

The Indian food is famous worldwide for being among the richest and most diverse cuisines in the globe. Popular for famous receipts like the curry sauce, the Indian food is actually a wide blend of various culinary styles. Travelers who visit India are usually interested to taste the famous traditional Indian dishes. In fact, the major difference between the various Indian cuisines is actually the variations between the dishes of Northern and Southern India. The North Indian food is actually what people find in various restaurants around the world. Many travelers who tour India usually e... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

13. YOUR FOOD TRUCK BUSINESS AND PROPANE, THE PERFECT RECIPE
September 06, 2016

One of the more exciting opportunities for food industry entrepreneurs in recent years has been the growth of gourmet food trucks. This trend, which started right here in Southern California and moved across the country, has become a billion dollar industry. Growth in food truck sales outpaces total food industry growth and has been rising at an average of 9.3% per year over the last five years. There are almost 300 food trucks operating in LA alone! If you’re a food truck operator, you know the crazy amount of attention to detail that’s required to run a successful business. With foo... (read more)

Author: Joe Hines

14. Zimbabwe Farmers Get High-nutrient Seeds to Aid Recovery from Drought
August 18, 2016

The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, or FAO, has started distributing biofortified maize and bean seeds to farmers impacted by drought in Zimbabwe. A good harvest in March is seen as key to helping families escape the lengthy food crisis. "We have had two bad seasons, and a lot of farmers do not have adequate seeds,” said Chimimba David Phiri, the head of FAO for southern Africa. “We need to support the farmers to have the seed that they need for them to grow this season,...... (read more)

15. Harford Vineyard Participates in the 2nd Annual Southern Maryland Jazz, R&B and Funk Wine Festival
August 12, 2016

Popular Maryland winery , Harford Vineyard, invites you to join them at the second annual Southern MD Wine, Jazz, R&B and Funk Festival to be held on the Calvert County Fairgrounds from 9AM until 9PM on Saturday, August 20, 2016. The music festival will feature wineries from around the state, unique retail and food vendors, and a host of local and nationally recognized performers, including: We Are One Tribute X-Perience Band, Tom Newman Project, David Bach Consort, Earl Carter, Paula Atherton, David Dyson, Art Sherrod Jr., Anthony Walker, Brencore Allstars and special guest host Ce Ce Pen... (read more)

Author: John Doe

16. India’s Southern Kerala State Imposes 'Fat Tax' on Fast Food
July 15, 2016

NEW DELHI— Customers in India’s southern state of Kerala will have to dig deeper into their pockets each time they want to order a juicy burger, a cheese-laced pizza or other fast food such as doughnuts and tacos.   Vowing to combat rising levels of obesity—Kerala has the second highest levels of obesity in the country—the state government is imposing a 14.5 percent "fat tax" on fast goods sold by branded restaurants such as McDonalds and Pizza Hut.   India's first 'fat tax' Thomas Isaac, Kerala’s finance minister, says he took ... (read more)

17. The Summer Festivals of Málaga
June 23, 2016

Summertime attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to southern Spain each year, who are drawn to the warm climate, fresh food, Spanish culture and of course, the various fiestas and celebrations. Whether centred around local history, religious traditions or folklore, the summer festivals of Málaga are cultural experiences that will have you eating, drinking and dancing - sometimes until the wee hours of the morning! They are not to be missed. The Night of San Juan “Noche De San Juan”, as it is known locally, is celebrated on June 23rd, around the same time some other places around ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Mozambique Badly Hit by El Nino-Induced Drought
June 15, 2016

GENEVA— The United Nations warns at least 1.5 million people in Mozambique need international assistance to see them through a disastrous El Nino-induced drought.   In the central and southern parts of Mozambique, an estimated 1.5 million people are under the strain of a drought, which has been developing for months. The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reports a severe food shortage in Mozambique is taking a toll on children. OCHA spokesman Jens Laerke says some 95,000 children are acutely malnourished. He tells VOA their condition could become life-thr... (read more)

19. Child Hunger Climbing in Malawi in Wake of Drought
June 06, 2016

BALAKA, MALAWI— Food shortages are growing worse in Malawi as the yield from this year’s disappointing harvest runs out for many small farmers. Across southern Africa, El-Nino-induced drought and flooding since last year have left over 30 million people in need of food aid. In Balaka, 47 percent of residents are facing food shortages. That is the highest figure of all the affected districts across the country. Many people here are down to one meal a day.   Anne Matebule is a single mother of four children. She said because of the drought, she only managed to harvest only one... (read more)

20. Food Insecurity Affects Over 8M in Malawi
May 27, 2016

BLANTYRE— El Nino-induced drought decimated this year’s harvests throughout Southern Africa, and Malawi’s government now says the number of people there who will need food aid has tripled to over eight million.    The latest figures are a huge leap from the 2.8 million that the government said needed food aid in April when President Peter Mutharika declared the state of national disaster.   Agriculture Minister George Chaponda says the numbers given in April were based on a partial survey but they have now completed surveys of all of the country’s 28 dis... (read more)

21. Experts: Slow Southern Africa Drought Needs Quicker Response
May 23, 2016

JOHANNESBURG— Severe food shortages in southern Africa are expected to grow dramatically worse by year's end, unless the world does something soon. African aid experts say they worry that the continent’s crippling drought may fall behind crises in conflict-ravaged nations like Syria, Yemen, and Iraq, as international aid officials converge this week for the first-ever World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul. “The window for responding in a meaningful manner is closing rapidly,” said Shadrack Omol, senior adviser to the United Nations’ children’s emergen... (read more)

22. Drought Hits Southern Malawi Hard
April 26, 2016

Nearly three million people in Malawi are facing food shortages as drought grips southern Africa. The government has declared a national disaster. Southern Malawi has been hit particularly hard. Lameck Masina reports for VOA from Blantyre where people are already feeling the impact.... (read more)

23. Crawfish Deeply Rooted in Louisiana Culture
April 19, 2016

Crawfish – or crayfish – are small freshwater crustaceans that resemble small lobsters. And in the southern U.S. state of Louisiana they have become something people cannot live without. The state's crawfish industry dates back to pre-colonial times, and farming crawfish on flooded rice fields is now a regular part of the state’s food production. VOA’s Enming Liu and Lin Yang visited southern Louisiana to discover the culture and give us a taste of the famous Louisiana crawfish boil.... (read more)

24. Visit Marbella in June for the Fabulous San Bernabé Fair
April 19, 2016

Marbella, the famous sun-drenched resort in Southern Spain, is always a hive of activity, but never more so than at the beginning of June, when the city honours its patron saint San Bernabé. If you are on holiday in the area at the time, you really must go and join in the action. Marbella San Bernabé Fair With festivities in the shape of dancing, entertainment, food, drink and music taking place over a whole week, there is so much to see and do here. Presiding over the Fair are the King and Queen of the proceedings, two people chosen in a competition that takes place a week before th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Cameroon Woman Works to Save Gorillas
April 08, 2016

CAMPO, CAMEROON— Poaching and environmental degradation are threatening the gorilla population in southern Cameroon.  One young woman, Anougue France, is trying to change the trend.   "It is easy to meet a gorilla," she says as she approaches gorillas fighting over food. "When we have contacts with them, we do certain sounds with our tongue like [this - she makes the noise with her mouth], clapping our hands so that they should respond to us. When we do those signs they will be curious towards us, they will come closer to us and they will start barking and they wo... (read more)

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