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From cheese cakes to to good ‘ol mac ‘n cheese, these are eight cheesy dishes you must try in NYC. For more information on the restaurants (featured in chronological order), visit: Murray’s Cheese: Beecher’s: B&A Pork Store: Raclette NYC: Cheeseboat: Los Tacos No. 1: Fusco: Buns Bar:
Gothenburg (Göteborg), is Sweden’s second biggest city. Visitors can explore the beautiful coastal city, magical islands and some of the best seafood in the world. Located on the west coast of Sweden, Gothenburg has a city pulse with nature on its doorstep.   Go cycling  Rent a bike and explore the city with brand new
The #Azores, #Portugal are perfect for outdoor adventure. From flying to the Azores to exploring the #beaches and #hiking in the lush, crater lake dotted landscapes, here’s everything you need to know about the best time to visit these stunning islands. Find out more about traveling to the Azores here:
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From Spain to South Korea and Chile to Dubai, this extensive list shows you the 21 best places to teach english abroad. Organized by highest paying, best lifestyle and off the beaten path locations, this video will get you on your way to traveling and teaching english abroad. SUBSCRIBE ► — WHAT WE VLOG
In Germany it is not just the language that is different, but the hand gestures and body language are different as well. Here we cover the basic and most often confused hand signs or hand gestures that people, tourists, travelers and passersby have when they speak with Germany. Filmed in Quedlinburg, Germany Copyright Mark Wolters
Jamaica’s 154,000 smallholder farmers occupy the majority of the country’s agricultural land area (440,000 hectares) and are the backbone of the Caribbean country’s agriculture sector. They are custodians of Jamaica’s indigenous food culture and are vital for the country’s sustainable development, but due to their small resource base and dependence on rain-fed agriculture, they are