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A lunar landscape, perfect for a spring break

All year around holiday resorts will always be favourites, simply because when the weather is rubbish at home, we have somewhere we can always escape to for a bit of blue sky and sun. The Canary Islands are just a four hours’ flight away from the UK, and Lanzarote continues to be hugely popular, year […]

Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert | A paradise of French Middle Age

Perhaps you did not know, but in our beloved France it exists a distinctive called ‘Plus Beaux Villages de France’, which brings together the most beautiful villages in France and help us discover hidden gems. Today we approach another of them: Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert. We dare to say that Saint-Guilhem-le-Desert is not only one of the most beautiful […]

The Rose of Hildesheim celebrates its 1200th birthday| Germany

The Rose of Hildesheim celebrates its 1200th birthday| Germany

More than an ornamental plant, one might refer to it as a tree growing out of control. The Rose of Hildesheim, also known as the thousand-year-old rose, is probably the oldest rose on Earth, and unless a catastrophe occurs it will continue to wield this record yet for many years, since it did not even surrendered […]

Surprising South Africa

When we think of Las Vegas, we think of glittering hotels and casinos. When we think of Paris, it’s usually chic boutiques and the Eiffel Tower. And when we think about South Africa, it usually conjures up images of safari parks full of roaming lions and leopards. However, modern South Africa is keen to throw […]

Two places where artistic lights become the protagonist of the night

In this nocturnal post we show you two lovely locations where night lights are the main tourist attraction: The museum goes out to illuminate numb hearts Winter is usually a sad time in the northern countries where it usually snows frequently, and it gets dark very soon. For this reason, Canadians in Quebec -Canada’s most populous […]

What is Travel-Renting?

Don’t hold me to this, but I’m pretty sure I coined the term, “Travel-Renting.” I came up with that term as I stayed in my first apartment while traveling. As an avid traveler, I never really contemplated renting an apartment instead of staying at a hotel. Because I generally travel by myself, hostels were always […]

Shopping in the charming Amsterdam

Amsterdam has that charming and vibrant atmosphere that we like so much, perhaps for its tree-lined canals, the sound of thousands bikes on the pavement, its old houses, squares, terraces, museums. Each time you visit this Dutch city you will be intoxicated with that sense of modernity and respect for the old environment, the lively bars, this fantastic […]

5 museums in Manchester that will change your view of the city

When you get to Manchester you may expect to find a dirty, dark and industrial city. One comes to this city thinking of a monotonous and boring place where he will not see anything really interesting. But Manchester has long since left that image away giving way to a new city full of life and […]

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