World’s Weirdest Meals in Unusual Looks

World’s Weirdest Meals in Unusual Looks     What we decide to eat always depends on how it looks. The combination and the colors of a meal has a huge appeal on hunger. If we see a meal that we are used to in a different color (maybe a blue potato), the first thing we consider is ‘is it edible’? You’ll now see some of the edible ones of food, some of are ...

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Dos and Don’ts During Your Stay in Singapore

Dos and Don’ts During Your Stay in Singapore     What’s the first thing that comes up to your mind when you hear about Singapore? Bright lights? Natural beauties? Colorful gardens? There are so many more attractions in Singapore. But every rose has its thorn, there are strict rules of this beautiful city state.     Actually, most of the rules of Singapore are the things we all should do in our daily life, such as ...

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Freedom is a Lonely Road: 12 Cities That You Can Travel Only with Your Backpack

Freedom is a Lonely Road: 12 Cities That You Can Travel Only with Your Backpack     There are times you want to have a rest all alone by yourself. But this rest doesn’t mean that be alone at home, watching movies, or going out for a couple of hours. There are times that you want to isolate for some time. At this point, here are 12 alternatives for you: 1. Ghent, Belgium   https://www.instagram.com/p/B3rZ7iShVOB/   Wandering in ...

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A Day (and Night) in Barcelona

A Day (and Night) in Barcelona Any tour of Spain should include Barcelona. Even if you're simply passing through - boarding a cruise from the port, or stopping briefly en route to another city - you won't want to waste a moment of your time there. From amazing historic sites to the hottest nightlife, this spectacular Spanish city offers just about everything any tourist could want. Ideally, you'll visit Barcelona some day ...

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Count Indonesia’s Volcanoes If You Dare!

Count Indonesia’s Volcanoes If You Dare! Around Indonesia, there are 147 volcanoes and while most of them have been erupted in the past 10,000 years, some of them are still active. Because Indonesia has more than 13,000 islands, the volcanoes are scattered around those islands. The list of the volcanoes are naturally very long, but there are group of volcanoes based on their locations: Malaysia, North Sulawesi & Sangihe Islands, Halmahera, Sumatra, ...

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Both a City and a Country: Andorra la Vella

Both a City and a Country: Andorra la Vella https://www.instagram.com/p/BxVNT0fgfPt/ Located in the Pyrenees mountain range, between France and Spain, almost on the border, there is the Andorra la Vella (Andorra the Town) which is a city but also a country, and naturally the capital city. It’s because, there is no city other than Andorra in Andorra. https://www.instagram.com/p/BxXoY0vFwCv/ The medieval old town ‘Barri Antic’ of Andorra la Vella has very well protected old walls ...

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Get Your Track Shoes! Hiking the Lycian Way

Get Your Track Shoes! Hiking the Lycian Way https://www.instagram.com/p/Bw2SKnUAoGQ/ Looking for more than hiking? The Lycian Way has the answer. Located at Fethiye, Muğla, the route starts from Hisarönü (Ovacık) through Geyikbayırı, Antalya and it is 555 kilometers long. The homeland of the Lycian Way is Teke Peninsula, in other words, ‘Country of Light’. https://www.instagram.com/p/BxZFUGjAvfC/ There are lots of towns which were established by Lycians in this area. Because of its geography and culture, ...

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Explore the Famous Shortcut: Panama Canal

Explore the Famous Shortcut: Panama Canal https://www.instagram.com/p/BxQfxsNFNX_/ One of the most important artificial waterways, Panama Canal connect the 2 oceans: Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean. Its length is about 65 kilometers and it has been used since 1914. https://www.instagram.com/p/BxX5nKMF-FH/ The canal has 3 sets of double locks. While Miraflores and Pedro Miguel are at the Pacific side, Gatun is at the Atlantic side. Between the locks called Cocoli and Agua Clara, which are located ...

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The Backstory of the Oldest Subway Ever: Metropolitan Railway

The Backstory of the Oldest Subway Ever: Metropolitan Railway On 9 January 1843, with the opening of world’s first tunnel the Thames Tunnel which was built under a river, the first subway of the world was about to emerge. The tunnel was built by the engineer Sir Marc Brunel and his son Isambard. The Thames Tunnel was very busy when it has been first opened. After that, with a city solicitor Charles ...

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‘The Bike is a Dane’s Best Friend’

‘The Bike is a Dane’s Best Friend’ Cycling is more than an activity in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is a culture and literally everyone rides bike all around Copenhagen, even the politicians. Bikes are loved in Copenhagen because it is faster, more convenient, healthier, more climate friendly, cheaper and more fun than the other transport vehicles. They are so loved that there are more bikes than the people of Copenhagen. Also the traffic is ...

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