It’s been two weeks since our last listing of festivals and we are now in the middle of October. The new list is going to take you to the most engaging events in different parts of the world.
Following up on tours through Brazil and Venezuela from the last two weeks, we will stay for yet a while longer in Latin America and visit another country there - Peru. Apart from visiting the iconic Machu Picchu, there are other places to go in Peru. One thing is for certain. While most guides warn visitors about the dangerous parts of the Peruvian capital at Lima, nothing can threaten us while going through photographs of the places that are worth seeing.
The following article about the use of a basic food category is devoted to an item that in most minds should only be served raw. Fruit, nonetheless, offers many variations; and if the recipe allows, it can be cooked under low heat without losing any vitamins.
An old saying states that it is easier to burn the house down than to move to a new one. I don't know about that, but moving house can be demanding. Some psychologists even go so far as to compare the level of stress from moving house to the stress level from a divorce. One cannot do much with that, but there are ways to make more the act of moving at least a little easier and more pleasant. Check out our tips and tricks.
Last week we started a new series of University Cities with Brno, Czech Republic. Continuing with our series on university cities we have a look at Prague this week.
Last week we introduced the category of cereal grains with gluten. This week we shall complete the chapter by listing gluten free grains for those who want to – or who have to – consume gluten free food.
This week we will stay in Latin America and, following up on last week’s tour through Brazil, we will visit another beautiful country - Venezuela. Did you know that Venezuela got its name from the Italian city of Venice and that it means "Little Venice"?
Another week has passed, and we are providing our fortnightly bulletin of upcoming festivals around the world. With our regular listings you won't miss the unique opportunity to participate in one of the approaching events. Check out the first half of October.
In our new series about University cities we are going to link the universities with the visual features of each host city. First in line is Brno - the second largest city in the Czech Republic, and one which truly has the status of a student town. Check out all that you can visit while studying in Brno.