2017. august 23. - wednesday

Gluten-Free Places in Budapest That I Miss A Lot

It is not that easy keeping a gluten-free diet on the Azores as it is in Budapest: I do miss the familiar tastes and places. So I have decided to introduce my favourite gluten-free and "all-free" vendors, shops, and restaurants in Hungary. This is the first part of the series - and there will be many to follow, since I know a lot of great shops and restaurants.
2017. august 22. - tuesday

Bakeries where you can find glutenfree products on São Miguel Island - Part 1


Bakeries where you can find glutenfee products on São Miguel Island - Part 1
Queijadas de Feijão

Based on my experience every city or region on Sao Miguel Island has a signature baked good. I am planning to write a post later which introduces all these baked goodies. However, almost all of these products are glutenous. This is why I have decided to visit every bakery and patisserie in the area to ask about gluten-free options, thus helping fellow travelers. To my absolute delight I have stumbled upon the perfect place in Furnas: the Bakery of Gloria Moniz. And at this bakery I have found a new favourite cake: the Queijadas de Feijão (bean tart). Read on to find out more... 
2017. august 10. - thursday



My main goal is to help every Azores visitor make their vacation even more special and unforgettable. There are numerous fantastically colorful and eventful festivals on the Azores every year. I recommend for you to check out at least one festival event while you are visiting the Azores. I love religious festival; I think they are very moving and interesting. For the younger crowds I recommend the music festivals, while the folk festivals might be interesting for those interested in the local traditions.

I am very proud to let you know that the Kecskemet Dance Company (Hungary) will also be featured at the FOLKAZORES festival on Terceria.

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2017. july 27. - thursday

KIMA - A drink everyone needs to try!

KIMA is my absolute favourite soft drink on the Azores. The KIMA is a fizzy drink made from maracuja (passion fruit). Being all BIO I should not encourage drinking sweet, fizzy soft drinks - but KIMA is simply amazing. Everyone I made to taste KIMA loved it.

As far as I know, KIMA is produced in factory Cervejas e Refrigerantes João Melo Abreu
in Ponta Delgada. This factory is also a brewery.

It is very strange, that even though KIMA is loved by everyone it is almost impossible to buy in smaller grocery stores. However, it can be found on the drinks menu of every restaurant under the name of "Sumo de Maracuja" in the "Sumo" (fruit juices) section.

I highly recommend trying this delicious drink - even if you normally don't like fizzy drinks.

And I have great news! Read on.
About me
Hello, I am Rita. Bioengineer, marketing manager, and so much more. My first trip to the Azores has been so wonderful I have decided to move here. Since I have found very little information about the Azores in Hungarian, I have decided to start a blog collecting hints and providing advice to help fellow travelers. My aim is to motivate more people to go on vacation to the Azores, to help and assist fellow travelers, and finally through my adventures provide more information about this beautiful place. Please take a look around, and let me know if you have a question. I will do my utmost to provide an answer.

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Who is the blog for?
This website is dedicated to my family and friends - to reassure them that I am doing well and enjoying my new life - and of course to everyone who wants to know more about the Azores, especially about the islands Sao Miguel and Furnas. This website might also be the starting point to plan a vacation or a wedding at the Azores. With my posts and the information contained within I would like to help every traveller to have the time of their lives when visiting the Azores. For foodies who would like to eat like a local or want to find the best restaurants on the isles, and also for people with food intolerance or allergies I recommend the posts in the section "BIO Girl in the Azores".


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