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  • Sedlec Ossuary, Czech RepublicKutna Hora, once the Silver Capital of Bohemia is now a small, dreamy town. There are tales around every nook and corner of someone or the other finding a secret route to a silver mine in their basement! The unique bone church is a must see, if you h...
  • Prague, Czech Republic
    on Jul 20, 2014 in Places CZECH REPUBLIC EUROPE
    Prague is a city I could live in. Culture and tourism are around every corner in the city - but don't be fooled; the Czech Republic has a fair share of it's own growing economy from rubber tyres and automotive manufacturing to attracting young studen...
  • Trafford Centre, Manchester
    on Jul 5, 2014 in Escapades EUROPE MANCHESTER TRAFFORD UK
    I wouldn't go there for shopping. It's an average Mall, (having been to Dubai and all). A day out with your friends/kids - well maybe - there aren't any activities in the Mall - all everyone does is wander around like characters of "The Walking Dead"...
  • Whitescar Cave, Ingleton
    on Jul 1, 2014 in Escapades CAVING EUROPE UK
    I would recommend this cave for curious tourists who have never been inside a cave or who would like to try "something different". Not really for those who wish to see some sights - in fact generalising on this cave might well put you off caving alto...
  • Loch Ness and the Highlands, ScotlandTalk about history and culture overload. The longest tour of the highlands, lasting 12 hours and from Glasgow to Loch Ness and back, is a great way of knowing about the history of Scotland. Surprisingly, Scotland is more similar to Scandinavia in ter...
  • 6 tips to travel smart
    on Jun 17, 2014 in Tips TRAVEL
    There's travel and then there's smart travel. Travel entails doing the usual, in the way that everyone else does and basically: Getting ripped off Missing out on unique sights/adventures Not having the right equipment/clothing for your destination So...
  • The Blue Lagoon, Iceland
    on May 29, 2014 in Escapades BLUE LAGOON EUROPE ICELAND
    Yes, The Blue Lagoon is a tourist trap - but I must say it's one of the few good ones! Once you have been around Reykjavik, scaled glaciers, dived in cold water, explored caves and hiked on volcanoes, go ahead and pamper yourself at the Blue Lagoon.
  • Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon, Iceland
    on May 27, 2014 in Escapades EUROPE GLACIER ICELAND
    Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon shouldn't really exist - if the Planet is properly balanced that is. But the sad fact is that the Vatnajokull glacier is receding at a rate of 1m every year. Eventually there won't be enough fresh water on the planet to hav...
  • Reykjavik, Iceland
    on May 25, 2014 in Places EUROPE ICELAND REYKJAVIK TRAVEL
    Reykjavik is a difficult city to describe. Iceland is *the* place to understand geology, understand our place on this planet and what we are doing to it. It is a place that humbles you into believing that humans are just an insignificant life-form in...
  • The Golden Circle, Iceland
    on May 24, 2014 in Escapades EUROPE ICELAND TRAVEL
    The Golden Circle tour in Iceland is highly recommended and is the most popular tour for tourists in Iceland. And with good reason. The tour introduces you to Geysers, Waterfalls, Greehnouses, the Icelandic Parliament area, and the great "rift" betwe...
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