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Koh Samui is a spectacular tourist destination

Koh Samui isn’t just another beach paradise. It is a spectacular island with impressive attractions, splendid sceneries, amazing temples and unique culture. To experience the best of Koh Samui you got to lean towards the lower side of the scale where you will discover a charming ambience and breath-taking natural wonders. The Elephant Rock Between […]

Broome | Camel rides are not only for deserts

Broome is a small town of 11,547 inhabitants located in Yawuru lands -in the region of Kimberley in Australia-, located by the ocean and which has become famous for its pearl farms dating from 1880. The Pearl Fishers work has always been very dangerous. The first to do such a thing were the men and women […]

The tunnel of Traversette | A hole dug in the rock which connects two countries

Il Buco delle Traversette (le Pertuis du Viso in French) is a gallery excavated in the rock in 1480 and about 75 feet long that connects Italy with France through Crissolo and Ristolas. This tunnel is one of the oldest works of civil engineering performed in high mountain; it is located in Piemonte, in the province […]

A tribute visit to the Jewish Quarter | Budapest

Budapest is a unique city in Europe. It is the capital of Hungary and has some of the most impressive monuments of the continent, as the Parliament or St. Stephen’s Basilica. Today we want to show something that is somehow hidden this city, the Jewish quarter of Budapest. The history of this neighborhood is fascinating and tragic. On the […]

12 Things Not to Miss While on Holiday in Tenerife

Tenerife has a great deal to offer, beyond sunshine and cheap drinks. Whether you love nature, enjoy the thrill of a volcano, or prefer concerts or camping, there’s plenty to do on this island. 1. Attend a carnival Come to Tenerife in February or March and you may be swept away by huge fiesta. Carnivals […]

The Sand Museum and sand dunes in Tottori | Japan

Tottori is the capital of Tottori Prefecture on Honshu island, Japan. Honshu is the largest island of Japan, indeed its name means precisely main province in Japanese. In Honshu, besides Tokyo, there are also some of the most important cities such as Hiroshima, Kawasaki, Nagoya, Osaka and Yokohama. This city was founded in the nineteenth […]

A Tree Canopy walkway to enjoy Kirstenbosch from a bird’s eye view

Located in Cape Town, South Africa, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is one of the most famous in the world for its diversity, the richness of its flora -it only has native plants- and its exceptional situation. These lands were bequeathed by an Englishman, Cecil Rhodes, when he died in 1902, to the English Crown. Opened in 1913, […]

Here it is Villarrica | The volcano that just awakened in Chile

Chile sleeps on a bed of volcanoes. And some days ago it woke up with the new eruption of one of them, Villarrica. The umpteenth and never last manifestation of fire and lava in the second largest and most active volcanic chain in the world. The Villarrica is a majestic volcano (2,400 meters above sea level) which dominates […]

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