Caño Cristales (English: Crystal Channel) is a Colombian river located in the Serrania de la Macarena province of Meta, and is a tributary of the Guayabero River. The river is commonly called the "River of Five Colors" or the "Liquid Rainbow," and is noted for its striking colors. Over the years some have said the … Continue reading Caño Cristales River in Colombia – “the river of five colors” or “liquid rainbow.”
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day on September 17 commemorates the formation and signing of the Constitution of the United States on September 17, 1787. It is dedicated to all US citizens. But Constitution Day and Citizenship Day is not a public holiday. Businesses have normal opening hours. What Do People Do? Fotografie de Burst pe … Continue reading Is Constitution Day and Citizenship Day a Public Holiday in United States?
In Bucovina, Christmas is the holiday that is kept, perhaps, more than in other places, without reat deviations from tradition. Various accommodation possibilities can be found in the links below: For Suceava and surroundings - here! For Vatra Dornei - here! For Campulung Moldovenesc – here! For Gura Humorului – here! Christmas is one of … Continue reading Christmas in Bucovina
There's no shortage of things to do in Europe: From riding an Alpine train in Switzerland and driving along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way to shop for vintage treasure in Berlin, there are so many experiences to soak up. In fact, one lifetime feels like it’s hardly enough. As we stay closer to home for the … Continue reading 35 experiences in Europe, from which each traveler can choose
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Amidst the climate crisis, food and water scarcity pose tremendous threats to human civilization. Once abundant agrarian societies rich with food sources, Bangkok and cities across Southeast Asia are victims of unregulated urbanization on rice-producing regions. The once fertile marshlands have transformed into paralyzed concrete developments — no longer able to breathe, absorb water or … Continue reading Unused space transformed into organic rooftop farm in Thailand
The Southern Namib desert is home to some of the tallest and most spectacular dunes of the world, ranging in color from pink to vivid orange. These dunes continue right to the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The cold waters of the sea brushing against the dunes of the Namib desert is one of the … Continue reading Along the Namibian Coast: Where the Desert meets the Sea
Bagan in central Burma is one of the world’s greatest archeological sites, a sight to rival Machu Picchu or Angkor Wat but – for the time being at least – without the visitors. The setting is sublime – a verdant 26 square-mile plain, part-covered in stands of palm and tamarind caught in a bend of … Continue reading BAGAN,MYANMAR (BURMA): the city of ancient temples
You sit down. You stare at your screen. The cursor blinks. So do you. Anxiety sets in. Where do you begin when you want to create an article that will earn you clicks, comments, and social shares? This simple formula will show you how to write a blog post by guiding you from blank page … Continue reading How to Write a Blog Post Like a Professional
A Japanese robotics startup has released what it’s calling the ‘world’s first smart mask’ that both protects during a pandemic and translates into eight languages, making communication easier when your face is partially covered. Dubbed ‘C-FACE’, the plastic smart mask is placed on the outside of a standard sized mask and connects to the wearer’s … Continue reading We had the smartphones… the “smart” face masks are the next level?!