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Iceland is a beautiful island country in the North Atlantic Ocean. Despite its small dimensions (103,125 km2), talking about it can be very long. It is a great place for anybody, probably only passionate fans of noisy and fussy mega-cities may be bored in Iceland. The rest will have an unforgettable trip to this country that breathes freshness.
White houses with blue roofs – isn't that the image that comes to your mind whenever you think about Greece? If you don't want to bust that sweet myth – stop reading my column right now, because I am going to tell you about other aspects of this enigmatic touristic state of ancient gods.
Part of the fun when visiting foreign lands is trying out the local language. In most places, folks will be delighted that you’re making an effort and will support your halting attempts. However, some common linguistic mistakes often trip up well-intentioned travellers. To save you from being accidentally hilarious, we’ve put together a list of the most frequent errors:
When westerners hear the words “body modifications,” hardcore kids with stretched earlobes and assorted nose rings may come to mind. Think again! Traditional cultures around the world still practice body modification that seriously puts our punks to shame. Although many of these practices may seem exceptionally invasive and painful to us, they are seen as rites of passage...
Exotic, smiling, bright and spicy – these are the first associations that come to my mind when I think of Sri Lanka.
Today people live in an informational society. One can get information almost about everything - just click the button on your laptop and that is all. This is called “The Global Village,” researched by Herbert Marshall McLuhan. I am sure that people in Dublin, Rome, Kyiv and Moscow, in the north, east, west and south, know about the United States of America, about the educational potential of the country.
Нave you ever been a lucky holder of a Diamond? No matter how many carats it is…. It is а Diamond, passionate, shining and discouraging…. There is one that has the most splendid architecture and scenic views in the Holy Land.
Let me show You Jerusalem, the city of three religious, the city of contrasts and collisions.
In these tumultuous1 times, we return to the essential pleasures of travel, rediscovering classic destinations and old-fashioned manners, seeking out comfort and serenity2 and quiet. What’s old is new again this year. The shaky economy has lead to some drastic changes in the ways people travel, creating new breeds of travelers, like flashpackers. The flashier3 version of the backpacker4 values the same low-cost methods of traveling as the traditional backpacker but would rather steer clear5 of group accommodations ...