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Lavanda: Mov. Miros de liniste si echilibru

Visam de ceva timp sa ma cufund intr-un lan de lavanda, gandurile sa zboare aiurea, mintea sa nu simta altceva decat movul metafizic si parfumul ireal venit parca dintr-o alta lume... S-a intamplat la Festivalul Lavandei din comuna Baraganul, judetul Braila... Locul era plin de lume venita probabil cu aceleasi fantasme si dor de natura … Continue reading Lavanda: Mov. Miros de liniste si echilibru

Odaiba – Futuristic architecture on a man made island

When you are European and visit Tokyo, you are amazed at every step and every moment. Mainly, two things fully contribute to Japan's differentiation from the rest of the world: Japanese culture and tradition and the inclination towards science and technology. At least that's how I saw it …When you have visited all the iconic … Continue reading Odaiba – Futuristic architecture on a man made island

Other type of “to do list” …before going on vacation!

Planning the details of your vacation is just one necessary part of taking a trip. But before you head to the airport, it's vital to take care of some very important last-minute details that will make both your departure and your return home safer and less stressful. Do some banking stuff Call your bank to … Continue reading Other type of “to do list” …before going on vacation!

Reach Paris from Amsterdam in 90 minutes? It is hyperloop future of travel and the end of the planes?!

Swifter than trains, safer than cars and far less damaging to the environment than planes, the Dutch province of North Holland believes the hyperloop might be the future. A study carried out by a Dutch technology startup, Hardt Hyperloop, in collaboration with the province, has found the hyperloop couldreduce commuting times from Amsterdam to Paris, … Continue reading Reach Paris from Amsterdam in 90 minutes? It is hyperloop future of travel and the end of the planes?!

What should travel agencies do?!

*English version below Ce ar trebui sa faca companiile de turism?! Am tot vazut zilele astea, in contextul raspandirii globale a noului coronavirus, un mesaj propagat in social media care ne indeamna sa nu anulam rezervarile ci sa le reprogramam astfel incat sa salvam turismul! La prima vedere este un mesaj nobil, constructiv si mobilizator. … Continue reading What should travel agencies do?!

Don’t forget about the tides!

* Versiunea in romana mai jos. Every time when We go on a vacation We try to plan the excursion such that We go to a beach. If is possible. In July in Tokyo it was ... we were at the beach in Onjuku, but I couldn't get in the water because the ocean was … Continue reading Don’t forget about the tides!

A NASA scientist has managed to break the case of the sailing rocks

When visitors stumbled upon scores of heavy stones that appeared to have moved across the dried lake bed of Racetrack Playa in California’s Death Valley National Park, leaving a tell-tale trail in their wake, scientists were baffled. How had so many boulders, some weighing 300kg, moved as much as 250m across this remote part of … Continue reading A NASA scientist has managed to break the case of the sailing rocks

Free PCR test to all visitors on departure (or arrival) in Madeira Islands

Since the start of the pandemic, the archipelago of Madeira has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe and has been widely praised for its handling of the Covid-19 crisis. It has recently been named one of the safest destinations for 2021 by European Best Destinations. The green corridor already existed at Madeira … Continue reading Free PCR test to all visitors on departure (or arrival) in Madeira Islands

A lot of plastic is impossible to recycle. Chemists are trying to change that

It feels good to recycle. When you sort soda bottles and plastic bags from the rest of your garbage, it seems like you’re helping the planet. The more plastic you put in the blue bin, the more you’re keeping out of landfills, right? Wrong. No matter how much plastic you try to recycle, most ends … Continue reading A lot of plastic is impossible to recycle. Chemists are trying to change that

When is the best time to visit Egypt?

The best time to visit Egypt is between October and April, when temperatures are cooler, but still pleasantly warm across the country. This makes exploring the busy streets of Cairo, visiting the Pyramids in the desert, and exploring ancient Pharaonic tombs more comfortable and enjoyable. The summer season (May to September) is hot, although the … Continue reading When is the best time to visit Egypt?

Holiday training: beach vibe at the Black Sea in Vama Veche and Tuzla, Romania

Last Monday we took advantage of the beautiful spring weather and, waiting for the summer vacation, we decided to go to the sea. But, this time, we chose something other than the well-known beaches of the Black Sea in Romania and it seems a little too commercial for our mood. So we woke up early … Continue reading Holiday training: beach vibe at the Black Sea in Vama Veche and Tuzla, Romania

Direct flights from Milan to Tenerife (CANARY ISLANDS) for €39

Cheap direct flights from Milan to CANARY ISLANDS from €39. Find the cheapest flights to Tenerife from Italy and book your ticket at the best price! The Canary Islands are a Spanish archipelago located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Africa. The archipelago has seven main islands and several smaller islands and islets. … Continue reading Direct flights from Milan to Tenerife (CANARY ISLANDS) for €39

Buyers around the world have the opportunity to take a post-pandemic look at the area at Caribbean Travel Marketplace

Caribbean Travel Marketplace, which runs virtually from May 11 to 14, 2021, is offering buyers from around the world a chance to refresh their portfolios as they prepare for the post-COVID-19 revival of travel and tourism. Vanessa Ledesma, acting CEO and Director General of the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association (CHTA), which hosts the annual … Continue reading Buyers around the world have the opportunity to take a post-pandemic look at the area at Caribbean Travel Marketplace

516 Arouca, the longest pedestrian bridge in the world, opened in Portugal

Great news for anyone looking for a change of scenery once it's safe to travel again: The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge has been completed in Portugal, and it's opening to the public on Monday.  The record-breaking bridge measures 516 meters (or roughly 1,692 feet) long and is suspended 175 meters (574 feet) above a … Continue reading 516 Arouca, the longest pedestrian bridge in the world, opened in Portugal

Autonomous street sweeper Trombia Free cleans up city streets in Helsinki

Street cleaning is an integral part of the solid waste management system. In general, hand sweeping by an individual worker or a group, hose flushing, or machine sweeping or flushing are applied. It is a hazardous occupation due to the fact that it is conducted in traffic and is concerned with dirt and refuses, with … Continue reading Autonomous street sweeper Trombia Free cleans up city streets in Helsinki

The positive news from the CDC has delighted the cruise industry

As you would expect, cruise-selling travel advisors and organizations were very happy to see a positive update from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) that cruising from the U.S. tentatively could resume by mid-July. “I think it is a very hopeful sign. I know the cruise lines have been waiting on being able … Continue reading The positive news from the CDC has delighted the cruise industry