15 exciting places on Earth that are worth visiting at least once for real extreme athletes
Some people want to spend their holidays lying on the beach, while others want to find the most extreme places on Earth. Somewhere deadly cold, somewhere too hot, some places…

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Details that give out a Russian tourist during a vacation abroad
Some details of the appearance will give away the Russian tourist unconditionally. And even if you speak a foreign language brilliantly and, as it seems, do not commit anything that…

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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…

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12 things in Poland that will be a real surprise for tourists

As a rule, when it comes to Poland, the imagination draws a neutral country with a measured lifestyle of its population. However, this is not really the case. Even seasoned tourists will find something to be surprised at in this country.

1. Wedding in Poland

In order to register a marriage in Poland, it is not necessary to go to the registry office, but it is enough to get married in a Church. Marriage in the Church does not need to be legalized, it is as legal as the one registered in the registry Office. After the wedding, the spouses have rights and obligations, and in the case of divorce, the property is divided into equal parts. Continue reading

122 days in a barrel: how a 72-year-old Frenchman crossed the Atlantic

In one of his fairy tales, the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin wrote: “a Cloud in the sky goes, a barrel on the sea floats…”. And it seems that traveling by water in such an unusual way can only be a figment of the imagination of the light of Russian literature. And it is unlikely that Pushkin himself or his contemporaries could assume that in two centuries one brave Frenchman will be able to cross the Atlantic ocean in a barrel in almost six months.

In fairness, it should be clarified that attempts to cross the Atlantic on something that is not quite adapted to such a difficult journey, were previously. Continue reading

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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122 days in a barrel: how a 72-year-old Frenchman crossed the Atlantic
In one of his fairy tales, the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin wrote: "a Cloud in the sky goes, a barrel on the sea floats...". And it seems that…

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The romance of the high road: 20 examples of transforming buses and vans into comfortable homes on wheels
Modern man is so fed up with the delights of comfort and abundance that he is looking for new ways to change his lifestyle and way of thinking. Adventurous people…

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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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