Travel from A to Z: 19 life hacks for a successful trip
During a trip or even in the process of preparing for it, you may encounter various situations that no one warns you about in advance. So that these small concerns…

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10 secluded and fabulous houses where you can be alone
There are moments in life when you really want to retire, close yourself from the busy world in your home, which is far from civilization,to relax and relax. Many still…

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New Zealand bloggers have turned a decommissioned ambulance into a cozy travel home
For travel lovers, there are no barriers, especially if they have like-minded people who dream of the same things. Young new Zealand travel bloggers Alexis and Flavi were carried away…

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Dutch Venice-a village where there are no roads or cars

There are places in Europe where you won’t see a road, hear the roar of engines, or breathe exhaust fumes. This is not a fantasy or a dream! In the Netherlands, there is a magical place that has earned a romantic name – Dutch Venice. In our technological age, this unique settlement surprises not only with its identity and national color, but also with the way of movement. For many centuries in a row, local residents even go to their neighbor… they go by boat.The village of Githorn is truly a Paradise on earth! And it is located just 120 kilometres from Amsterdam in the national Park Weerribben-Wieden. It has become such a unique place not because of its natural location or terrain features, but as a result of thoughtless actions of local residents.

The first settlers were happy with the area where there is a lot of peat and settled here, just dug it near their homes, so it was more convenient. Continue reading

Useful ideas from other countries that we would like to borrow

Many of us have long been used to nod at Europe, saying that they have greener grass there, and higher living standards. As they say, it is good where we are not. However, there are a lot of amazing ideas implemented in European countries that would not hurt us to adopt. See for yourself.

1. System of fines
The system of fines in Finland and Sweden differs significantly from the Russian one. In these countries, the amount of payment depends directly on the offender’s income. Accordingly, the average worker with a minimum salary will pay significantly less than the businessman. Continue reading

Restaurants with an unusual “feature” that are worth visiting when traveling

Romantic dinner or friendly gatherings in the company, business meeting or celebration of a significant date are often transferred to the restaurant. This creates a special atmosphere, making the event memorable. Usually places are chosen based on the menu and service culture, but there are some restaurants where the entourage plays the “first fiddle”. It goes without saying that the entourage is also accompanied by delicious food with excellent service. In the review Novate.ru five interesting restaurants in different parts of the world that are worth visiting when going on a trip.
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The couple gave up their home and office in exchange for living in a converted Ford Transit
Some modern people are so tired of the city that they are ready to leave their life and completely abandon civilization. A canadian couple decided to take such a drastic…

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The strangeness of the Chinese, from whom the Europeans feel bad
Despite the fact that there is no longer a house that does not have goods from China, we do not know much about the lifestyle of people from China. Why,…

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Where to stay for the night, or Exotic hotels as a separate art form
Hotels are an integral part of travel, but we do not attach much importance to them. Well, why? They are expensive, and people go to another country to walk, evaluate…

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Yellow underpants, clinking pots, changing names: 16 quirky new year traditions from around the world
New year is a truly international holiday, because it is celebrated in almost all countries of the world. But each nation has its own traditions of celebration. And if for…

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