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The Ring of Fire

The Ring of Fire is an area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where a large number of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur. This region is home to about 75% of the world’s active volcanoes and is responsible for around 90% of the world’s earthquakes, including some of the most powerful and destructive ones…

The Viking Heritage of Ireland and the UK

The Viking Age, spanning from the 8th to the 11th century, brought Norse seafarers from Scandinavia to the UK and Ireland. The Viking influence left indelible marks on the history, language, art, trade, and even genetic makeup of Ireland and the UK. Through trade, settlement, and conflict, the Vikings forged connections that would shape the…

The Islands of Scotland

Scotland is where rugged coastlines meet mist-covered mountains, and ancient legends whisper through the windswept landscapes. Nestled in the rough waters of the North Atlantic and North Sea, the islands of Scotland are scattered jewels that invite explorers to immerse themselves in a world of rugged charm and rich history. Each island has its own…

Patagonia: Untamed Beauty

Patagonia is a land of vast open landscapes, snow-capped mountains, crystal-clear lakes, and breathtaking glaciers. Nestled in the southern parts of Argentina and Chile, this region is known for its untouched wilderness and jaw-dropping beauty. From the majestic peaks of the Andes to the untouched fjords and winding trails, Patagonia offers a unique blend of…

9 Free Family Attractions in St. Louis

Missouri is often called one of the “flyover” states. The thought is that it’s not worth an actual trip. That couldn’t be further from the truth—especially regarding St. Louis. In this city, you’ll find tons of family activities, and a lot of them are free! Many of these are located in Forest Park. Gateway Arch…

Langkawi – Malaysia’s Exotic Island

Langkawi is Malaysia’s best-kept secret, a perfect off-the-beaten-track destination. It offers stunning long beaches, lush rainforests, night markets, and majestic waterfalls, and all of this without the tourist hype and crowds. Pantai Cenang Pantai Cenang is one of the most popular tourist areas in Langkawi. It features local and international eateries, duty-free shopping complexes, luxury…

The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá

The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is an subterranean church located 200 meters underground in the Andean mountains of Colombia, carved out of solid rock salt. The Salt Cathedral has become a top tourist destination and an important place of pilgrimage in Central and South America. The history of the Salt Cathedral goes back to the…

Rome at your own pace

Rome can not be seen in a day, a week, or a year. No, a city with this much history takes centuries to get to know. It is literally a city of layers, one generation, one-millennium building on top of the next. It is the “Eternal City”, and we are mortals. Since time is not…

Costa Rica: no artificial ingredients

Costa Rica is a land teeming with the paradoxes of its geographical location, bridging North and South America and the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. The resulting climate makes it ideal for year-round travel. The forces of nature are at their spectacular best here, churning out rainforest and volcanoes, great beaches, and vistas. The animals and…

A Walk in the Park Around the World

When on holiday how many of us seek out the parks which are free to enter and offer a peak into the country’s flora and fauna? The expansive green areas in busy city centers host entertainment events year-round and a slice of natural beauty from the well-manicured lawns, blooming flower beds, artistic statues, and flowing…