Guinea at a glance
Guinean Franc (GNF)
Average (3 of 5)
Level of costs
Very trendy (5 of 5)
Tourism trend change
Moderate (39 / 100)
Very underdeveloped (46 / 100)
Human development index
The next day we went to the market. Doris sent one of the members of her parish with us so he can show us foods we didn’t know. This way we could taste boiled yam, rockslocals chew to help their stomach digest, fresh fruits, and milk as well as dried seafood. Like in other African countries we found baobab juice ...
It’s all about the local produce when you travel to PNG, which basically amounts to sweet potatoes and veggies, along with rice and some sort of fish or meat. There are local beers available to wash it down – but don’t drink in public as booze is restricted here thanks to local problems with over consumption.
Before we tackle why do people eat guinea pig, why not? In many parts of the world it’s the chickens, pigs and cows that are eaten. Having eaten all sorts of animals around the world, I can tell you that those three do taste the best. Most other animal meat tastes gamey, tough or just bizarre.
The hormigas culonas aka hormigas santandereanas are pregnant leaf cutter ants that are collected by hand during the Spring mating season. They are then roasted and lightly salted to make a tasty snack. Nice and crunchy, they have a sort of earthy, irony taste. They are actually packed with protein, and ..
The chefs are ready, and the fire is hot. Smoke pours out of a chimney on top, directing it out to lure in other hungry customers. ...
When I was 26 years old, my husband got a job offer to run a top-notch agro-tech farm in a developing country. We stayed in POM for almost two years and luckily the company found a job for me as well. There are 800 tribes in Papua New Guinea (more about Papua New Guinea itineraries), and many of them are coming to find jobs in POM.
There’s not much information online about travelling to Papua New Guinea is there? I mean, compared to most of the rest of the world. Papua New Guinea is one of the most untouched countries by British tourists, but after spending almost two weeks there in September 2017, I really can’t see why (apart from the cost of ...
Summary: Want a few Papua New Guinea (plan Papua New Guinea itineraries) facts? Whether to learn about the food, culture, history, or other fun facts about Papua New Guinea (Papua New Guinea itineraries), this article is for you! 1. Papua New Guinea is a large island nation connected to Indonesia and just north of Australia. Related Read: 10+ Indonesia Facts: Interesting Trivia On ...
I visited six different villages in the Highlands, each with their own traditional shows. I had someone ask me on Instagram Stories whether they were just for the tourists, or if they did actually dress up like that. Good question. ...