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The Must-See Whistler World Ski & Snowboard Festival

The Must-See Whistler World Ski & Snowboard Festival

In April, Whistler Mountain hosts the World Ski and Snowboard Festival.  Some of the best skiers, boarders, and personalities of the sports assemble in one place for great times and incredible ski conditions. If you need something to do in April 2015, mark your calendar now. You’... Read more

Byblos – Lebanon’s Complex History Starts Here

Byblos – Lebanon’s Complex History Starts Here

In order to understand Lebanon‘s complex society we need to dig into its history. And there are few stories in Lebanon with more ancient roots than the ones beginning in Byblos. Byblos has become one of the country’s top tourist destination thanks to the many, wondrou... Read more

Perth – Australia’s Most Isolated Town

Perth – Australia’s Most Isolated Town

Perth, Western Australia’s beautiful capital, is one of the most isolated town in the world. The neighbouring Adelaide lies at no less than 2104 kilometres from it. Funny thing is, Perth is closer to Dili (2785 kilometres) and Jakarta (3002) than to the Australian Sydney (3... Read more

Grotta Giusti – Diving Experience in Tuscany

Grotta Giusti – Diving Experience in Tuscany

Every time I’m back to Tuscany I can’t miss the chance to visit my friends at Giusti Cave – Grotta Giusti. This incredible place, unique in its kind, is located in Monsummano Terme, in the province of Pistoia. Giusti Cave is an ipogean carsic cave located over an unde... Read more

Iceland – Where the Wild Things Are

Iceland – Where the Wild Things Are

Iceland is known as one of the most peaceful places on earth. Leading the way in terms of gender equality, Iceland’s liberal culture makes everything easy for solo woman travellers as well. Its flawless natural beauty, artistic culture, vibrant music scene and the hint of a... Read more

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