Wanderable’s Favorite Inifinity Pools

Many of our day dreams of super luxe honeymoons have been inspired by photos of fabulous infinity pools. Recently, while discussing our favorite pools with views, we decided we should share our best discoveries with you.

Six Senses, Yao Noi, Thailand

Wanderable's Favorite Infinity Pools - Six Senses Thailand

image via Thai Spas Now

Hotel Caruso – Ravello, Italy

Wanderable's Favorite Infinity Pools - Hotel Caruso

image via Hotel Caruso

One & Only – Reethi Rah, Maldives

Wanderable's Favorite Infinity Pools - One & Only Rethi Rah

image via One & Only Reethi Rah

Serenity Pool, Four Seasons – Wailea, Maui

Wanderable's Favorite Infinity Pools - Serenity Pool, Four Seasons Maui

image via Four Seasons Maui

Hanging Gardens – Ubud, Bali

Wanderable's Favorite Infinity Pools - Hanging Gardens, Ubud Bali

image via Hanging Gardens

Grace Hotel – Santorini, Greece

image via Grace Hotel

Which one is your favorite?

Wanderable’s Favorite Local Flavors

One of our favorite parts of traveling is eating the local cuisine, and from what we can tell most Wanderable users agree. Food can inspire travel (we have a friend who went on a 10 week trip to Asia after reading an article in the New York Times about Malaysian cuisine), can help us better understand a culture, and can remind us of places we’ve visited. Here are some of our favorite dishes from some of our favorite places to travel.

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Gallo Pinto, Costa Rica.  This Costa Rican mix of rice and beans is a breakfast mainstay in the land of pura vida. We love it most with salsa Linzano, a side of sweet plantains and a bit of natilla (sour cream).

Frites, Belgium. According to some Belgium is the real home of pommes frites or french fries.  We don’t mind where they’re from, as long as we have an excuse to eat them. Belgians eat their frites from paper cones with a side of mayonnaise.

Steak with Chimmichurri, Argentina. The steak from Argentina might be some of the best in the world. And when paired with the herbaceous, garlicy, chimmichurri and a full bodied Malbec, you have a memorable feast.

Phad Thai, Thailand. No matter how many times we ate it, we couldn’t get enough of this Thai classic. We ate it from streets stands off of Koh San Road, at beach stalls in Koh Samui, and up north in Chiang Mai, where we learned to make it at cooking school. We like it phet phet, spicy with lots of dried chile.

Ceviche, Peru. One of the highlights of Peru’s culinary scene is its ceviche. We love the scene at Lima’s cevecherias on Sundays, where everyone is recovering from their Saturday nights over ceviche and beer. Sea food may seem like a bad idea after a hangover but thousands of Peruvians can’t be wrong.

Croque Monsieur, France. We won’t lie, we love a grilled cheese, and the French do them devilishly well.  Combined with a gorgeous green salad and a cheeky glass of wine, this is one of our favorite things to order while eating lunch at a Parisian street-side cafe.
What meals are you looking forward to on your honeymoon?