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The subway leading to the Temple of Heaven was packed. I took exit A2 from Tiantan Dongmen station and it was a short walk to the entrance gate. I queued up to buy my ticket to find out that they only accepted cash, WTF, everywhere usually accepts mobile payment and some places don't even... READ MORE
We ended a full year of traveling with a fun holiday with friends in the Philippines. We were already in Puerto Princesa where Riemke and Mariska were able to fly to despite another typhoon landing in the country disrupting some flights. It was great to see the girls and continue where we... READ MORE
Expat experts sinking into another posting in Dubai before long become dependent on the ultra-sweet, fiery karak tea.
Particularly during the cooler winter months, the UAE's preferred drink is the sweet karak tea darling by Arab countries since their days in the desert. Each bistro and ro... READ MORE
Those participating in Veganuary are the greater part route through at this point. Many have cleared their path through the energizing new dispatches by eateries and are starting to feel the conventional January squeeze on their wallets, constraining more home cooking.
Some will settle on... READ MORE
Italy has topped the style delinquents table as Europe's greatest maker of material waste.
Another investigation by menswear brand LabFresh found the style capital was likewise capital of design squander, seeing the nation produce around 465,925 tons of material waste every year, equivale... READ MORE
At the point when Galway, Ireland, was named one of two European Capitals of Culture for 2020 it prepared for a time of occasions and millions in subsidizing from the Irish government, intended to raise the profile of the little city on Ireland's western coast.
Yet, various other Irish ur... READ MORE
You walk around a way that breezes through rice fields. A floor covering of green reaches out before you, a palm woods – murky out there. Egrets peck at worms among the rice piles. The delicate warmth of the rising sun grasps your shoulders and back. After a fortifying walk, you head back to th... READ MORE
Night wrangles with first light when you wake up. Feathered creatures still sleep in their homes outside your room. By 5am you join different occupants for pooja in the focal petition room of the pioneer time house that goes back 370 years.
The reciting and banging cymbals in the light of... READ MORE