After waterfalls, let us invite you to another stunning and a natural beauty. This time, the most impressive cliffs,  around the world. This mini series will help you discover places you may not have known about.

Published in Life

We bet you always thought it would cost a fortune to live in paradise. Actually, you might be surprised to learn that you can live well in a terrific place, and for a relatively small amount of money, too. Here is a list of five low-cost – yet wonderful – countries where you can live without much money.

Published in Tips

Volunteering has become an increasingly popular activity among globetrotters in the past decade. Whether looking to give something back to a good cause or simply having the desire to boost one’s resume, there are a wide variety of opportunities available. In this article, Leigh Woods, Project Manager at Youth Time provides insight into the murky world of wildlife volunteering. Through his extensive experience working with animals, he lends advice on how to avoid having your good intentions exploited in this progressively unreliable field. 

Published in Travel

We love traveling. It’s also a fact with travel becoming easier we go to far away countries and come across people of different cultures. This  also throws up opportunities to try out different cuisines and local specialities. It’s a good idea to do away with the familiar and the usual fast food, be a little adventuresome and  try out the distinctive tasting local fares on the menus.

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Subway stations don’t usually evoke very pleasant feelings. On the contrary they are often ordinary and ugly. You will be surprised to know there are some subway stations around the world that are far from ugly or even ordinary. Especially in the case of the Russian subway stations, some of these are comparable to many dancing halls and galleries in their detailed work. Come, have a look with us.

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We try to eat vegetables and fruits grown in environmentally friendly conditions, buy natural cosmetics, and we do not like synthetic clothes. So why not stick to eco-principles, not only in the matter of caring for yourself, but also for the space you live in? Let’s say, for the garden?

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To understand literature and fundamental notions of human nature, one must read the classics. Not two, and not just five, but at least thirty classic novels. And then one must start reading contemporary authors. Creating the list below wasn't easy, but it surely highlights important universal works which every reader should peruse.

Published in Books

Some time back a shocking discovery took place during a survey by Lechuza. The survey revealed that 25% of the 2000 children who were surveyed, didn't know that ketchup comes from tomatoes. Instead they were often of the impression that ketchup was made out of another red coloured fruit, strawberries.

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For a small country of the Czech Republic, there are a large number of ruins of castles. From the tiniest ones known only to the locals to the famous and frequently visited. Often they are filled with mysteries and legends of their origin or of their destruction.  In any case,  they are a good reason to put on your sports shoes, pick up a bicycle and give yourself an active summer trip. We bring you a list of few known and unknown ruins of castles in the Czech land.

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Holidays are the well deserved  time of the year that we all look forward to. We plan, we save and then...bang...we don´t even feel we’ve been on a holiday. Why? Because the pleasures were lost. And who did it? Believe it or not but it was us.

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