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Travel the world through your palate in New Orleans

Sacramento Bee 11 May 2023
Travel the world through these Black and Israeli-owned James Beard Award-winning restaurants with Creole food, flavors of Senegal and the Middle East ....

This untouched island gem has beaches, food and a vibrant Afro-Caribbean culture

Sacramento Bee 09 May 2023
Lim�n, one of the least traveled regions in Costa Rica, offers prehistoric rainforests, Creole-African history, and native cuisine ....

Giant tortoise census officially launched |29 April 2023

Nation 29 Apr 2023
The Aldabra Giant Tortoise census was officially launched yesterday at Cap Lazare ... It will also help facilitate the team in understanding the ecology of the Aldabra Giant Tortoise ... The public relations brand manager for Creole Travel Services, Dianne Dalida, stated that Cap Lazare has always strived to keep the nature reserve as natural as possible.

Autism Seychelles organises awareness fun run |17 April 2023

Nation 17 Apr 2023
Before the race, in the presence of the Minister for Health, Peggy Vidot, parents, friends and children, Creole Travel Services represented by PR and brand manager, Dianne Dalida, presented a donation of R5000 on behalf of the tourism company to the chairman of Autism Seychelles Christian Faure ... Text & photos by Patrick Joubert ....

SPGA honours key partners of the Ste Anne Marine Park |30 March 2023

Nation 30 Mar 2023
The five, namely Teddy’s Glass bottom boat services, the Marine Charter Association, Mason’s Travel, Creole Travel Services and 7 degrees south, received their Recognition Award from Bernadette Willemin, the vice-chairperson of the SPGA’s board of directors, during a short ceremony at the National History Museum in Victoria.

Guest commentary: Holy ground in Cameron Parish

American Press 20 Mar 2023
By Megan Poole. We are standing on holy ground ... For Hiatt and others, there is only one clear stance ... Residents, birders, and tourists who travel the Creole Nature Trail each year know this hallowed ground well — it is where acres of marsh vegetation meet the visible reminder of what Americans’ present lifestyles cost ... • ... .

Seychelles dazzles partners at ITB Berlin with promise of endless summer |11 March 2023

Nation 11 Mar 2023
All representing companies like Creole Travel Services; 7° South, Mason’s Travel (PTY) LTD; STORY Seychelles; Anantara Maia Seychelles, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts, Blue Safari Seychelles (Alphonse Resort), Savoy Resort & Spa and Coral Strand Hotel, Silhouette Cruises, ...

"Haole," Hawaii, Hate Crimes, and White Supremacy

Common Dreams 06 Mar 2023
The Department of Justice (DOJ) argued the men’s use of the Hawaiian word “haole” was evidence of “anti-white” hatred ... In 2021 the U.S ... Hate crimes increased 44% in major U.S ... In fact, the state’s ... It is a Native Hawaiian word that traveled into Hawai’i Creole English (Pidgin) and therefore acts as a counternarrative of American settler colonialism ... .

Seychelles heads to world’s leading trade fair in Berlin |04 March 2023

Nation 04 Mar 2023
The Tourism Seychelles delegation will be joined by representatives of the local travel trade, including representatives from Creole Travel Services, 7° South, Mason’s Travel (PTY) LTD, STORY Seychelles, Anantara Maia Seychelles, Berjaya Hotels & Resorts, Blue Safari ...

17 Mardi Gras Recipes & Fat Tuesday Foods

The Post and Courier 10 Feb 2023
Even if you can't travel to New Orleans, you can still celebrate this joyous Carnival season with Cajun-Creole fare—and maybe some beads for good measure ... So, enjoy the taste of the Big Easy with Cajun Maque Choux Macaroni Salad, Creole Jambalaya, Mardi Gras Puppy Chow, Hot Pepperoni Muffaletta Dip and more ... Creole Jambalaya.

Emirates recognises top Seychelles travel agents for supporting ticket sales |24 January 2023

Nation 24 Jan 2023
Emirates recognised its top travel ... Silver Pearl Tours and Travel, Sea Shell Travel, Mason’s Air Travel, Creole Air Travel, Ocean Air Travel, Travel Plus and Ile Voyages received certificates of appreciation from Emirates for their ongoing support of ticket sales in Seychelles.

52 places to go in 2023Why do we travel? For food, culture, adventure, natural beauty? ...

Deccan Herald 14 Jan 2023
Travel’s rebound has revealed the depth of our drive to explore the world. Why do we travel? For food, culture, adventure, natural beauty? This year’s list has all those elements, and more ... Until October, Japan maintained some of the most stringent travel restrictions of any major country ... This is slow travel at its best ... travel.

The Culture of Cooking

New Orleans Tribune 02 Jan 2023
In 2018, they started offering upscale Creole dining at a new Barrow’s located on Earhardt Boulevard ... There, travelers, especially those who won’t get a chance to visit the Dooky Chase at the corner of Orleans Avenue and North Miro Street, can get a taste of Creole and Southern staples like fried chicken, gumbo, and red beans and rice.

This travel website ranked the top 50 unexpected places to visit in 2023. It ranked ...

The Advocate 17 Nov 2022
The report indicates travelers should “take in the aromas of Creole cuisine and the rhythm of Cajun music while wandering this Southern city’s historic streets.” On any night in downtown Lafayette visitors can find Cajun and zydeco music performed by local artists, and “there’s ...

Tourism Seychelles draws crowds at WTM London 2022 |16 November 2022

Nation 16 Nov 2022
They included three destination marketing companies (DMCs), represented by Eric Renard and Melissa Quatre from Creole Travel Services; Alan Mason and Lenny Alvis from Mason’s Travel and Andre Butler Payette from 7° South ... of BBC, CNBC International, and Travel Mole, among others.

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