Drink – Day 20 of the 30 Days of Indie Travel Project

Prompt #20: DRINK

Just as the cuisine of a place reveals clues about its culture and history, so does its signature local drink. What’s the best drink you had on the road, and did the drink have any connection to the place where you drank it or the people you drank with?

Tools and inspiration:  Check out some local drinks to taste around the world 

30 Days of Indie Travel Project: How to Participate

We’re inviting bloggers from around the world (that means you, too!) to join us in a daily blogging effort designed to reflect on how our travel experiences over the last year – or whenever – have shaped us and our view of the world. Bloggers can follow the prompts as strictly or loosely as they like, interpreting them in various ways and responding via text, photos or video posted on their own blogs.

We’ll share some of our favorites via Twitter and Facebook throughout November, as well as a round-up article at the end of the month, so if you’re playing along make sure to let us know – use the #indie30 hashtag on Twitter, and link to 30 Days of Indie Travel Project in your post so we’ll be able to find it.

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  • Frank Guertler said at 2011-12-01T00:51:59+0000: http://travelswithoutpants.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/drink-day-20-of-the-30-days-of-indie-travel-project/
  • Toni DeBella said at 2011-11-28T05:37:36+0000: It's in the water: http://orvietoorbust.com/2011/11/27/acqua-pura-rome-on-tap/.
  • Erin Milnes Halvey said at 2011-11-21T16:47:06+0000: An homage to Guinness: http://www.a-sense-of-place.com/2011/11/an-homage-to-my-favorite-beer.html.
  • Sharon Ditchburn said at 2011-11-20T17:41:22+0000: Canchanchara in Trinidad de Cuba! :-D White rum, lime + ice, served in a small round pottery cup with a wooden swizzle to stir in the honey, more Cuban than the Mojito! Deadly......
  • Sarah Garvey said at 2011-11-21T22:54:22+0000: http://runforthehills.wordpress.com/2011/11/21/30-days-of-indie-travel-day-20-drink-blackout-in-a-can/
  • Sarah Garvey said at 2011-11-22T00:49:29+0000: http://ramblingsandwonderings.wordpress.com/2011/11/21/30-days-of-indie-travel-day-20-drink-blackout-in-a-can/