Peter Morrell
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Peter Morrell is the managing editor of two websites, www.aboutmygeneration.com an online magazine aimed at the over 50s and www.theculturalvoyager.com, which is read by travellers who want culture as the major part of their holiday experience. As well as editing the sites he writes extensively about travel, food, wine, culture and entertainment. Peter is also a contributor to a number of other publications and has recently written about the culture and cuisine of Canada, Florida and the Benelux countries. In 2013 he was given the award ‘Journalist of the Year’ by the Netherlands Board of Tourism and Conventions in the UK for his articles on Dutch lifestyle and culture.

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Limoges and Limousin - Cuisine From the Heart

(0) Comments | Posted 13 February 2014 | (13:45)

I must own up that I have fond memories of Limousin, my cousin was married in a chateau just outside Limoges a few years ago. The beauty of the countryside and the five-hour wedding breakfast left a lasting impression. Fast forward and I was again landing at Limoges airport, after...

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Ghent - A Medieval Gem With a Lively Culinary Scene

(0) Comments | Posted 28 January 2014 | (09:31)

After a poignant two days visiting the World War 1 battlefields in Flanders I took 24 hours out in Ghent to soak up the culture, cuisine and atmosphere of this beautifully preserved medieval city.



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The rooftops...

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Taste the Genoese Lifestyle

(1) Comments | Posted 8 January 2014 | (13:10)

Via Garibaldi in the Italian port city of Genoa was designed as part of Le Strade Nuove or New Streets project in the late 16th century and is lined with sumptuous palaces or palazzi built by noblemen and rich merchants. A few steps off this elegant thoroughfare is a warren...

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Central Portugal - A Culinary Surprise

(0) Comments | Posted 21 December 2013 | (12:26)

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Everyone knows Porto, and its most famous product, Port Wine, but that is extent of their culinary knowledge about the region of Central Portugal. Travel south from Porto, across the River Douro, and you have got an undiscovered mix of sea and...

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