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FoodWaterShoes is dedicated to discovering and sharing incredible food, experiences and fashion from around the world.

We Like You… Like, a Choco-Lot – Nibs Cafe in Jaipur, India

Jaipur, India is a romantic city. Just saying the name elicits a purr. From sparkling gemstones to the epic beauty of Hawa Mahal (the Palace of Winds), it's hard not to get swept up in the moment when you're in... Continue Reading →

Go Shawty, It’s Your Birthday Cake Rainbow Vanilla Latte – Home (HomeSF) in San Francisco, California

We'll admit it. It's our birthday week, so we went big on breakfast. Real big. Birthday cake rainbow vanilla latte big. Milk and cereal toast topped with Lucky Charms cereal and condensed milk big.     ...and if you want to... Continue Reading →

You’re Bakin’ Me Crazy – Cuppin’s in Lausanne, Switzerland

At Cuppin's in Lausanne, Switzerland you're bound to find all kinds of sweetness. There are rainbow layer cakes and Cuppin's gâteau piñata is a sight to behold oozing it's five different flavors of Smarties after you cut into it. Cuppin's also has cheeky pochettes from... Continue Reading →

You Want a Peas of Me? – Sweet Pea’s Cafe in Los Gatos, California

Crêpes or crepes are a common street food staple in France. While they sound upscale and fancy, crepes are actually fairly easy to pull off at home, but Sweet Pea's Cafe does such a masterful job of crafting crepes that you ought... Continue Reading →

Culture Clash – Piscolabis in Old Havana (Habana Vieja), Cuba

In Spanish "piscolabis" means "snack." What you'll find once you set foot inside Piscolabis in Old Havana (Habana Vieja) is that it's also synonymous with a one stop shop composed of a wonderful boutique bazaar and a cute coffee shop all rolled into... Continue Reading →

Circle the Wagons – The Historic Strater Hotel in Durango, Colorado

Sandwiched between I-80 and I-40, if you're willing to go and venture out to find it, is an adorable little town nestled in the shadow of the Rockies called Durango, Colorado. Driving into Durango is a bit like stepping back in time. Dozens of... Continue Reading →

Go Hug a Cactus – Studio 695 in San Francisco, California

San Francisco is known for many things: the Golden Gate Bridge, Haight-Ashbury, the fun loving Castro neighborhood, a plethora of cute shops in the Ferry Building (like Sweets Collection and La Cocina) and, of course, everyone's favorite summertime companion, Karl the Fog.... Continue Reading →

An Ace Up Your Sleeve – The Museum of Playing Cards (Museo de Naipes) in Old Havana (Habana Vieja), Cuba

If you're heading to Havana (or Habana as the locals refer to it), chances are high that you'll stroll through Old Havana's (Habana Vieja's) four historic plazas. Plaza Vieja (Old Square) is the crown jewel of the four plazas since it is... Continue Reading →

Learn to Fly – Rio Hang Gliding in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is filled with beautiful views. On a pristine blue bird sky kind of a day, it's tough to imagine any statue being more photogenic than Mount Corcovado's Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) with its arms outstretched... Continue Reading →

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