Destinations, Travel List, Travel Tips

4 truly amazing caves of the world

We, people, are day creatures, our lives being governed by the sun since we started to develop as a species. Maybe this explains why most feel uncomfortable at least for a while once they’ve reached a place that has never been touched by a sun ray. But now, thanks to numerous brave explorers and to the development of technology, it is possible to enjoy a cave’s wonder with little or no risk. So, why not…

Read More...

Destinations, Travel List, Travel Tips

3 spectacular Australian skyscrapers

Whoever visits Australia gets to know a land of contrasts where just about everything catches the eye. Apart from its natural beauties and traces left be ancient still little-known civilizations, this country is also the place where modernity flourishes like in few other places. The Australian cities can compare easily with their American or European correspondents. And every modern society needs its modern symbols, so here they are: record breaking-skyscrapers making the sky seem a…

Read More...

Destinations, Travel Tips

The Pamukkale Springs – Turkey’s “cotton castle”

Turkey has always had its share of mystery and exoticism due to its complex history and rich cultural heritage. However, nature has also cast its gifts on this country, offering a real feast for the eyes of any tourist coming here. And there is no better example than the Pamukkale Springs, a place that can heal both one’s soul and body  with their combination of hot, healing water and snow-white terraces. It’s no wonder this…

Read More...

Destinations, Travel List, Travel Tips

3 spectacular places to shop for jewelry

You don’t have to be a shopaholic to enjoy a fine piece of jewelry or to spend a bit more than you’re used to on something which really is special.  Now jewelry seems to fit this pattern; even though prices may be a bit spicy they can offer a degree of satisfaction hard to obtained by buying something else. Even our prehistoric ancestors could confirm this, so it seems that this passion is here to…

Read More...

Destinations, Travel Tips

The Palace of the Parliament in Romania – a megalomaniac wonder

What most of you know about Romania is probably related to Dracula, Nadia Comaneci or Nicolae Ceauşescu; and if you happen to know a thing or two about the dictator, then you may have heard as well about The Palace of the Parliament or The People‘s House, the way it was named in the communist era by the Romanians. The megalomaniac project conceived during the totalitarian regime now serves as a symbol for democracy as…

Read More...

Destinations, Travel Tips

Devil’s Tower – USA’s first National Monument

It is the first spot to be declared an United States National Monument, this happening on the 24th of September 1906. And it is not hard to understand why president Theodore Roosevelt chose to do this as the 386 meter-tall pillar attracts about 400 000 tourists every year and baffles geologists with its unique way of formation. Just imagine: you can see 5 states from the top of it: Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota…

Read More...

Destinations

5 natural wonders in Australia you’ll never forget

Whoever visited this country knows that there’s a lot more about Australia than kangaroos, koala bears and forest fires. In fact, a life time might not be enough to discover everything that should be seen on this magical land. However, here are some suggestions for any traveler wo wants to taste a piece of Australia:     The Ayers rock (Uluru) It’s always been considered as sacred by the Aborigenes and this admiration spread, now…

Read More...

Destinations, Travel Tips

Tsingy de Bemaraha – the Madagascar blades

When you hear of Madagascar you probably think of an island close to Africa, lemurs and probably of one of the funnist animation flims ever. However, this is far from ending here. Even though not very large, the island of Madagascar has a lot to offer from more points of view; and if you happen to get here, then Tsingy is not something to miss. Imagine an untouched place where endangered species of lemurs and…

Read More...

Destinations

5 less-known waterfalls that would make Niagara blush

Let’s admit it: we’re all fascinated by waterfalls and there are few of us who wouldn’t be able to name at least a few of the most famous. Seeing the Niagara falls, which is the ultimate waterfalls star, is definitely on a lot of “to do” lists, but at its height of a little more than 50 meters it cannot compete with some other giants, more elusive, but just as spectacular. So where should a…

Read More...

Destinations, Travel Tips

Keli Mutu – the mystery of the chameleon lakes

As most know, Indonesia gets its regular dose of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions as it is one of the most geologically active countries on Earth. However, volcanic activity proved to create not only destruction but also something as mysterious and surreal as the Keli Mutu lakes, which change their bright colors without any explanation, at least so far. So what is the story of the black, green and pale yellow drops of water surrounded by…

Read More...