Ramada by Wyndham is launching a global search to send one qualified foodie on an adventure of a lifetime. Our Chief Eats Officer (“CEO”) will travel across the globe with Ramada, exploring the intersection of food and culture while uncovering top culinary delights along the way. Best of all, the gig comes with a USD10,000 payday and bragging rights for having the most mouthwatering job.
If you’re a food-obsessed, social media–savvy adventure-seeker open to new global experiences, we invite you to apply to be our new “CEO.”
Citizens of the following countries can participate in the contest.
Argentina, Australia, Canada (excluding Quebec), Germany, India, Mexico, New Zealand, Thailand, Turkey, the United Kingdom, or the 50 United States or the District of Columbia.
Recently, I was reading an article on how photographers and Instagrammers are ruining Panjim’s famous Fontainhas, ignoring locals’ requests not to disturb them. This reminded me of my own trip to Panjim, where I saw hundreds of photographers armed with their mobiles and DSLRs creating a nuisance for local residents in the beautiful Fontainhas area. In our fun moment, we conveniently ignore that our actions might go against the culture and way of life of the locals. What kind of pleasure do people get by ignoring local people’s requests? Even a “no photography” request sign fails to deter the tourists. I myself have witnessed it. We should always respect the local people and their culture while on our trips.
I am sharing a few beautiful images of Salzburg, where I stayed for three nights. Words are not enough to describe this picturesque Austrian city, the birthplace of the world-renowned composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The weather was just perfect for photography. Fantastic architecture, lovely cafes, and exquisite bars make this city a wonderful tourist attraction. There are many popular spots that I could not visit due to lack of time. However, I got to spend some quality time in Mirabell Palace, Hohensalzburg Fortress, and Hellbrunn Palace, which I will cover in my next blog posts. I am sure you will fall in love with this place.