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Seafarers Monument Lisbon

The Seafaring of Portugal in the Age of Discoveries

Portugal on the edge of Europe? Portugal's seafaring is changing that. The sea is no longer the end point for expansion. Portugal's seafaring is changing that. Rather, for the Portuguese, with the Age of Discovery, it became a connection to other worlds. Portugal had around one million inhabitants at the end of the 14th century. 40000 people lived in Lisbon. The rural population lived from agriculture, but had ...
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Tulips more reminiscent of cabbage than flowers

Three destinations in March, April and May

What are good travel destinations in March, April and May? You're slowly longing for warmth, sunshine and a sea of ​​flowers again, right? Hopefully spring will not be long in coming. In the last few years we have been on the road more often in the spring. We discovered excursion and travel destinations where you can experience spring. These three destinations have made us ...
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TBEX Ostrava 2018

TBEX Ostrava 2018 - what was special?

What makes TBEX Ostrava 2018 so special? First of all. This TBEX was unlike any other we've been to before. We have a good comparison. For me this was the fifth and for Petar the fourth TBEX. This article is about the international travel blogger conference TBEX Ostrava 2018. We visited it in the beginning of August in the Czech Republic. The "United Nations ...
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Irish specialties - reinterpreted

Irish Food Today Typical Irish food. These are Irish Stew, Irish Coffee and Shepherd's Pie. Who does not know her? Typical Irish food is home cooking. It's hearty and hearty. Even poor people's food. At least they were Irish specialties as I knew them so far. However, a lot has happened in Ireland's kitchens in recent years. Well, a lot of these foods are still available in ...
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Seagull on Wilderness Beach

Emigration countries we like

Have you ever thought about emigrating? We have come across many emigration countries. On our travels to so many countries around the world, we keep asking ourselves which country attracts us so much that we want to emigrate there. Only: "Emigrate to where?". The decision is not easy. When one decides to leave one's homeland, relationships that one has built up over the course of one's life usually break up.
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Ceiling in the prayer room of the Kul Sharif mosque in Kazan

Nice places and great food - Second Quarter 2017

We have already participated in the Fopa Photo Parade by Michael von Explore the World. He calls for the Photo Challenge twice a year, in which the best photos from the past six months can be submitted. What could be a nicer occasion than to look back over the trips in the photos that we ...
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Café in the Kingdom of Crystal in Smaland

Cozy cafe in the Kingdom of Crystal in Smaland

A cafe in the Kingdom of Crystal in Smaland We are looking for a cafe in the Kingdom of Crystal in Smaland. We discover this pretty café. "Perfect," I think to myself. "The ideal spot for our lunch after visiting the Glass Factory." Maja Heuer, the director of the Glass Factory, confirms this later when I ask her where to...
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Publick Market Fruits and Vegetables

The best farmers markets in Canada

The best farmers' markets in Canada In Canada, the trend towards locally produced food is establishing itself. Fresh fruit and vegetables from farmers in the region are naturally ripened and taste different from products that have traveled a long way and had an artificially interrupted ripening period. In addition, you save the enormous transport costs and protect the environment, because the long transport routes are eliminated ...
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The dune of Bouctouche

The dune of Bouctouche - A tip for beachcombers

We didn't visit it in perfect weather: the Bouctouche Dune in New Brunswick, Canada. No sunshine, no blue sky, no deep blue sea to the horizon. So no inviting bathing weather. Instead: The first raindrops are falling. The wind from the Atlantic increases until it finally drives us away after heroic attempts to withstand its forces. And the whipped waves color that ...
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Tea Time with scones

Where is the best tea time in Victoria?

Where to have tea in Victoria Tea Time in Victoria! There are various ways of doing this. Afternoon Tea in the Empress Hotel (Tel: (250) 389 2727) High Tea in Butchart Gardens in winter and spring (Tel. 250-652-8222) Tea in the Hotel Grand Pacific and a tea ceremony at Silk Road in Chinatown This Article gives our tips on this. Actually it is ...
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