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I confess, I’m addicted to our gastronomy and, of course, to the gastronomy of Navarre, the gastronomy of my homeland. Would you like a sample? Sharpen your fangs, here comes the ajoarriero from Navarre, a delicacy made with crumbled cod. Today we are going to go a little further with this video that arouses so much hunger. We will travel the world hand in hand with three young people, who in 44 days and after 18 flights and 38,000 kilometers behind them, traveled 11 different countries.

I have had the opportunity to taste many of the foods we see speeding by. However, it has not yet been possible for me to taste Asian delicacies with more than 4 legs and, to be honest, I am not really sure if I will be able to bite my tongue. They say that most insects taste like shrimp, and I love seafood. So it’s all a matter of trying it.

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Video not recommended for those who are on a diet. In barely one minute of footage, three young people summarize a total of 11 countries, 18 flights and more than 61,000 km. in gastronomic postcards of typical -and delicious- dishes from each of the countries visited. It is a short film that is part of a series in which we can also find Movement YouTube and Learning YouTube, recorded by three audiovisual talents, Rick Mereki, Tim White and Andrew Lees, and commissioned by the Australian travel agency STA Travel Australia.

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