European approach to winter holidays
Christmas symbolizes the birth of Jesus Christ, it is a celebration of love and happiness throughout the world. People share warm wishes, try to congratulate all relatives and friends. The…

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In the footsteps of history: the sights of Egypt
It is a mistake to believe that all tourists go to Egypt to go diving, enjoy the warm Red Sea and relax at the hotel using the All inclusive system.…

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The most romantic places to travel
On our planet a lot of different places. Some are suitable for lovers of strange architecture, others delight surfers, and others - lovers of skiing. Today I will talk about…

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Germany – almost parallel universe

Many of us have heard more than once about a special way of life in Germany, different from ours. And about the zealousness and pedantry of the Germans and all the jokes go. In fact, these are not such jokes, and what seems strange to us is quite common in Germany. These 10 facts will prove that Germany in some moments is practically a parallel universe.

1. What’s in my name?
Most Germans despise “sticky” greetings and stick to handshakes. With regard to appeals, in Germany there is a certain regulation, which differs from the usual to us. If in Russia you can shout to your neighbor “Hello, Ivanovich” or say hello to your elder colleague “Hello, Alla!”, Then in Germany this will not work. Continue reading

Country of rigor and luxury: 8 myths about life in the United Arab Emirates

Most of us are accustomed to think of the United Arab Emirates as a country where gold surrounds everyone everywhere, and the rules of behavior are strictly regulated. However, not all is gold that glitters, and even the UAE has stereotypes that do not quite correspond to reality.

1. Alcohol in the UAE
The overwhelming majority of the indigenous people of the United Arab Emirates are Sunni Muslims and strictly follow Sharia law, where it is written in black and white that alcohol is a sin and an abomination. Continue reading

Journey to places of power
Delhi. The famous minaret Qutub Minar with a column of damask steel is built on the site of the Vishnu temple destroyed by the conquerors. Once upon a time a…

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London: what to watch for free?
London, the capital of the United Kingdom, is one of the classic cities of Old Europe, cities with rich traditions and extensive cultural heritage. Located on the banks of the…

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In the footsteps of history: the sights of Egypt
It is a mistake to believe that all tourists go to Egypt to go diving, enjoy the warm Red Sea and relax at the hotel using the All inclusive system.…

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Tourist guide: a trip to Sri Lanka
The tourism industry of Sri Lanka is well developed. The island is famous for its tea plantations in Ceylon, the mountain slopes of Nuvara Eliya, and religious and historical monuments…

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