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Tourists take shark by the tail to save swimmers

Australia has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. In this blue water places people have fun but sometimes the feeling doesn’t seem to be so positive. It is happening in Brisbane, Australia, where some shark-based news are out in a few newspapers, such as on this page of the Brisbane Times, but […]

My motorbike story | Planning the road-trip

Travelling on a bike is one of the most intimate journeys that we can make: you are alone with the road and with the desire to travel. Philip Tuena has recently published a good novel titled “Foreign to the ground”. The second part of this novel is autobiographical and tells the story of a journey […]

Keeping fit when travelling

Those of us who are fitness enthusiasts are typically fans of routine. Whether that’s a workout regime, a set running route or a strict and regular diet, having some order to things helps to keep that health kick going. However, holidays usually result in disruption to that routine, so adjustments need to be made. Going […]

Some tips for traveling alone to Brazil

Brazil is a big, wide, fast economic growth country and despite the distrust of the do-it-yourself traveling, especially in the aspects of security more and more travelers are visiting Brazil and organizing the trips alone. If you are one of these guys, you may be interested in a post published by The New York Times, […]

How a ten-month-old baby on a plane kickstarted my adventure to New Zealand

Gripped with trepidation, I recently embarked solo on a one-year Working Holiday to New Zealand. I planned nothing mostly just to psych myself out. It was a ten-month-old Kiwi on the plane ride there, however, who welcomed me into the unknown with baby talk and broccoli seeds. Flying through San Francisco, I stepped on the […]

15 most memorable churches in the world

Hallgrimskirkja, Iceland Built between 1945 and 1985, this church is one of the largest structures in Iceland, and visitors can take a lift to the top of the tower to view the city and the Icelandic mountains that surround it. Sedlec Ossuary Chapel, Czech Republic Known as the church of bones, the chapel was built […]

Visiting Baku, between charm and antiquity

Visiting Baku, between charm and antiquity

Exotic country  but with little tourism, Azerbaijan has not a tradition of tourism, but the friendliness of the people and their hospitality will help you discover this ancient land, rich in history and still unexplored. The best time to visit this country is in the month of May-June or September-October, when the heat is not […]

Aokigahara, the forest of Suicides in Mt.Fuji

Aokigahara, the forest of Suicides in Mt.Fuji

Aokigahara forest is at the foot of the sacred volcanic mountain Fuji in Japan and makes each and every “frightening movie forest” look like a forest of a child’s drawing. Why is that? That’s because of the dead bodies scattered in it! When you hear the word “romance”, Venice or Paris are the first things […]

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