30% of global fish stocks are overexploited, 60% are fully exploited. To mark World Oceans Day, more than 200 Relais & Châteaux chefs are demonstrating their long-standing commitment to protecting marine resources and fighting overfishing, a pledge they honor by cooking unknown fishes.
Wild beauty and well-being are everywhere at Imanta Punta de Mita. Nestled in the equatorial forest, bordering the Pacific Ocean, it is the ideal place to experience this exhilarating feeling of change of scenery and enjoy the wonders of Mexican nature.
From October 4th to 7th, the chefs of Relais et Châteaux take part in the international event Food for Change to combat climate change and protect biodiversity. Watch the videos of their favorite products in Instants !
This is our answer to the call of the unusual. To the mystery of the weird and wonderful. To the belief that life is unpredictable and that we should embrace the curious as often as we can to truly “suck out all the marrow of life,” as Henry David Thoreau put it.
Below are ten offbeat locales around the world to consider for your big day, ones entailing cowboy boots in the wilderness, the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas and the big cats of the African wild. Whichever you fancy, this is sure to be the beginning of a beautiful adventure.
Coffee unites us. Wherever in the world we travel to, we can find this most beloved of drinks, in all its diverse guises – whether as the Oilang in Thailand, the Cafézinho in Brazil or the Cà phê đá in Vietnam.
Like a fearless surfer, Stan Parish watches the waves of the Pacific from the headlands of the Imanta Punta de Mita, a reassuring shelter that makes a sweet lullaby of the crashing ocean.