East Timor or Timor-Leste has had a turbulent past, having been controlled by other countries such as Portugal and the Netherlands since the 1500s onwards.
But in 2002 it all started to change, as the island was granted independence from its neighbour, Indonesia, becoming the youngest country in the continent. Today, the island is well on the way to becoming a perfect holiday destination, so it would be a good idea to check out before it becomes overrun with tourists and becomes expensive. Here are some reasons to go,
Because of its colonial past, the food of East Timor is an amalgamation of European and cuisine styles that are typical of the South East Asia area.
A good example of the different types on offer is Feijoada and Caril De Galinha; the former is a Portuguese stew involving chorizo, cannellini beans and pork and