Entries from Uncategorized "Travel"

Lesbos: a Greek island big enough for two

For a decade, the Greek island of Lesbos was my one true getaway. As a travel writer, I’m usually working when I visit beautiful places, following a strict schedule and always taking notes. But on this idyllic island just off the coast of Turkey, I would do nothing but eat grilled sardines and watch the sun glimmer on the clear blue Aegean. I was content to fill my days with a swim and a book, largely because Lesbos never felt like my place. It was my husband’s, and always had been. Peter and his Greek-American family had been visiting Lesbos since 1992. They had no roots there...

12 Unexplored Regions of Australia

Are you planning a trip to Australia? Well, there is no doubt about the fact that it is going to be the most incredible travel experience so far that you are going to secure. You will be thoroughly surprised with the fact that some places are there in the country that is still recognized as ‘unexplored regions’. All these places look like coming straight from the fairy tale. Very few have already tasted the piece of heaven, right in their backyard. So, you should also hurry up and get ready for your plans for your upcoming holiday. But, first you need a handy list of such areas, and...

In Switzerland, the soup quarrelling politicians share

Some mornings around 08:00, after reading the daily prayer at Kappel Abbey in the canton of Zürich, retired pastor and part-time historian Susanne Wey-Korthals steps from the recess into the Alpine air, crosses the cloister’s Gothic courtyard and looks across the undulating meadows to the spot where Switzerland was born. Switzerland found a way to compromise here… but we did it over a bowl of soup From the overgrown pond in front of the former Cistercian monastery, once known as the House of Silence and Reflection, Wey-Korthals can see the hamlet of Kappel am Albis...

A Rare Adventure: Everything From Layout to Escape Room Prices In Calgary

Escape rooms are an entertainment craze that has been growing in popularity with each week. Seemingly coming out of nowhere they combine a mixture of intelligence, teamwork, and observation in ways that can titillate everyone from serious gamers to the casual problem solver. Both those that are fans of hardcore role-playing games will be hard-pressed to find a better opportunity to enjoy themselves and challenge themselves in a team setting. There’s a lot that goes into Escape Rooms. They are built on a network that interweaves hints, trap doors, and little secrets that require...

Anne Frank’s American pen pal

Although it was only a one-time letter exchange between two girls – one from a farm town in Iowa and the other living in Amsterdam – the surviving correspondence speaks volumes. Because one of those pen pals was Anne Frank. View image of Before her family went into hiding, Anne Frank exchanged letters with a young girl from Iowa (Credit: Credit: ullstein bild Dtl./Getty Images) You may also be interested in:• How Hiroshima rose from the ashes• The unlikely sausage that saved lives• How Italian women used words to fight the...

Things You Can Only Experience on Safari

Are you a lover of wildlife? Do you find thrill in travelling to places that let you uncover the natural world? If your answer is a big “Yes!”, then you should definitely go on safari at least once in your life. A safari trip can be an affordable and a priceless journey. Aside from taking a good break from the hustle and bustle of the real world, you are also immersing yourself in an ecosphere of beauty and wonder. If you want more impressions, more amazing safari experiences can be browsed here. Here are some unforgettable things that you can particularly experience in the...

Tick off Malaysia on your Travel Bucket List – Enjoying a Complete Experience

So, you have finally decided to tick off one amazing destination off your travel bucket list. Malaysia is certainly a place worth discovering, offering natural wonders, religious and cultural variety, a great climate and delicious cuisine. Despite the many wonderful things this region has in store for tourists, when planning a trip there, focusing on a few details will be necessary, to make your overall vacation one that can be characterized as memorable. For a complete experience, try to keep in mind the following travel tips: Don’t forget to apply for a visa Sending in your visa...

5 Benefits to moving to Phoenix

Phoenix is a unique city to live in. Despite being one of the most populous cities in the United States, it remains one of the most beautiful places for people to live in, work, and enjoy entertainment. Because of its beautiful weather and many days of sunshine, you can find a lot of golf courses all throughout the city. Phoenix is also known to be one of the cities that has become the retirement destinations for the elderly for several decades now. Here are five benefits of moving to Phoenix. It is home to a lot of magnificent parks and other destinations. If you are an outdoor enthusiast,...

Here’s a List of the Best Amusement Parks in the World

Amusement parks have evolved from child-centered destinations into all-ages destinations. Kids are no longer the only ones who enjoy what amusement parks have to offer. People of all ages now have choices of rides and attractions. With this being said, parents of small children no longer feel going to the amusement park a chore and an obligation to their kids, but rather a good time where they can all enjoy everything inside the park. There are so many amusement parks all over the world you can choose from, not just in the US. Take a look at the best that the world has to offer adventure and...

The strange story of Australia’s wild camel

I’ll be honest. I wasn’t expecting the camel. The hours tick by slowly when you’re driving Australia’s Stuart Highway. Named after the 19th-Century explorer John McDouall Stuart, who was the first European to successfully traverse the continent from sea to sea and back again, the road broadly follows the route of his marathon journey. It’s 2,834km long; a near-endless spool of bitumen stretching from Port Augusta in the south to Darwin in the north, crossing what is largely open wilderness. They call it, with some understatement, ‘The Track’. I knew...

12345...
ivesep-krsk.ru © 2018 ·   Log in   · TOP