Explore the wonders of our world, from the Blue Hole in Belize to Yosemite National Park. Remember, these natural sites may not be around forever.
Exploring off-the-beaten-path destinations frequently leads to the most awe-inspiring travel experiences. In this article, we'll take you on a tour to seven lovely locales that are just waiting to be found. From South Iceland's otherworldly landscapes to Corsica's charming countryside, each site provides a distinct blend of natural beauty, cultural charm, and amazing activities.
A law took effect in Iceland on January 1, 2018, mandating women and men receive equal pay for equal work in business concerns employing more than 25 people. Of course, Iceland has long been recognized as a world leader in gender equality. Women must hold nearly half the Icelandic corporate board seats by law. Moreover, women hold some 41.5 percent of the island nation’s managerial positions.
We all have bucket list destinations, places we absolutely must see in our lifetimes. These are the places that just have to be seen to be believed, where natural wonder overwhelms the senses and brings a sense of peace to the wandering mind. “This is it,” you will think, “I’m finally here.”
Ever been on a cruise? Although many people are reluctant, thinking they'll get seasick or bored, the truth is actually quite the opposite. A cruise is a great way to see many different places in just a few days - and unpack only once. Cruisers offer plenty of on-board activities, and are actually "small cities" which have everything you can possibly need.
Game of Thrones, the hit HBO fantasy/political drama series, features a wide array of locations, in the fictional as well as the real world. Whether you're a fan or just don't know where to spend your next vacation you're going to love these places. We bring you 5 of the best Game of Thrones filming locations you should visit.
1. Amazake Although the alcohol percentage of this Japanese drink is low, it doesn’t make it any easier to imbibe. White, thick and with an aftertaste – this is one highly suspicious-looking liquid. Like many Asian alcohols, it’s made from rice, though in this case it often feels like the rice has barely disintegrated and you’re in fact drinking a slightly more watery tin of rice pudding. It can be quite difficult to find outside of Japanese supermarkets and convenience stores. To be all the more Japanese about it, drink it hot on a winter’s evening. 2. Kvas Like most Russian beverages, Kvas is pretty lethal. The taste and colour…
Instagram is quickly becoming the front runner on the social media scene, but there's one posting faux pas that will land you with few followers despite the platform's popularity: posting boring pictures.