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A Short Guide to Basilicata

Escaping to the Southern Italy Discover the beauty of Basilicata, an otherworldly region of forests and mountains in southern Italy. Bordering Calabria and Puglia, it is located just off the coast of the Tyrrhenian and Ionian Seas. Its strategic location has afforded it a rich history of inhabitation by some of the world’s most fascinating...

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5 Reasons Why You Need a Solo Getaway This Spring

5 Reasons Why You Need a Solo Getaway This Spring Have you ever thought about going on a solo trip? You’re not the only one. While traveling with family, friends, or your significant other can be rewarding, there’s something to be said about adventuring into the unknown alone. Traveling by yourself builds confidence since you...

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A waterway to the heart of Great London

A waterway to the heart of Great London: Regent’s Canal You probably know about our liquid history of Thames and the mysterious river. Well, we’re coming back to another liquid story, this time a more hidden and quiet one.       They say Regent’s canal is one of London’s best-kept secrets. And it is...

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Concept and music: The ‘70s music scene in London

Concept and music: The ‘70s music scene in London   “You bought a guitar to punish your ma’” (PF, Welcome to the machine)       There’s almost nothing more liberating than finding your tune. That unique set of sounds that goes straight to your self and makes you sing from within. For many of...

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British food: what is it?

Yes, the fish ‘n chip is still the ultimate London experience Those of you who are not from English culture and sharing a flat with Brittish people before must have found yourselves one day wondering 'what are they having for breakfast'?   The sight of the morning plate of my flatmate from Scotland I had...

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The world of globes – only one in the world!

The only public Globe Museum in the world As citizens of the world, we like to create representations of our universe; we’ve always found ways to draw, sculpt, write, tell and imagine our world. And maybe one of the most beautiful ways to do it was through globes. I don’t know who doesn’t love globes....

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What do you know about British Library?

British Library The national library of the United Kingdom is the second largest library in the world by the number of items cataloged: it holds over 150 million items. This is no surprise, knowing that the British Library receives copies of all books produced in the UK and Ireland, including a significant proportion of overseas titles. You can browse the hundreds...

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What is magical about book shopping

What is magical about book shopping Shopping is everybody’s favourite hobby in London. Clothes, records, food, alcohol (those late night errands on the weekend to find an opened liquor store)... Personally, my ultimate shopping pleasure is book shopping. It may not sound as sexy as shopping for lingerie at Agent Provocateur, but I find much...

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The story of Valentine’s Day

The story of Valentine’s Day If there’s one day a year when over 150 million (!!!) postcards are exchanged – and we’re not talking about Christmas… - that is the one and only Valentine’s day. But where did it all start? Why is LOVE celebrated mid-February and not any other day of the year? Who...

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Unspoken Venezia

Unspoken Venezia One of Europe’s most beautiful cities in the winter, Venice, has lived another year to celebrate the famous carnival. It’s 2018, it’s colorful, fun, crowded and over the top, making up for the cold weather. For some of us who like our quiet spaces, though, there are local peaceful areas to chill, hidden...

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Authentic Cyprus villages

Authentic Cyprus villages Cyprus is well known as Island of Love and Aphrodite's birthplace. There are millions of tourists who come to visit beautiful beaches and comfortable hotels in a country with 333 days of sunshine. But there is another authentic Cyprus, that you can feel only in small traditional villages.   Just one hour...

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The Ayurvedic man, 2018 A.D.

The Ayurvedic man, 2018 A.D. Ayurveda or the “science of life” is a thousand of years old mind-body health system that perhaps needs a bit more attention nowadays. It has been called the science of self-healing and what would be a better time to learn more about it if not in this self-examination era that...

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Unspoken Travel: Innsbruck (photo journey)

Warm winter memories «The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeing new landscapes, but in having new eyes.» Marcel Proust     It was lovely December when we suddenly decided to book tickets and swop grey and rainy London to a new and more winter-looking place for a few days. The choice (out of...

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