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Lose yourself in the life of one of the most stubborn tribes in Brazil        Culture Travel 

Lose yourself in the life of one of the most stubborn tribes in Brazil      

CUIABA – Ricardo Stucker’s (47) wonderful photos give us an insight into the perhaps the most stunning tribe of Brazil. In the stunning images, the members of the Camaiuri tribe are immersed naked in the waves of one of the waterfalls in the Amazon basin, racing wild horses or climbing cats in their colorful dress. The photographs show how these... Read More
Tourists love the awesome, dangerous and bloody sites Travel 

Tourists love the awesome, dangerous and bloody sites

The site of the massacre of Ponary, Chernobyl and Auschwitz are just some of the places where many tourists visit every year. They shared that many of the sites mentioned above have lost their lives, but visitors are probably the only reason they leave, though many would not even admit themselves. Dark tourism has become popular in the last decade.... Read More
Visit to the cave under the Reigate town United Kingdom Travel 

Visit to the cave under the Reigate town

Although Reigate is not London, but because it is very close (by train about 1 hour from London), it’s definitely worth visiting here and attending a really special cave tour under the city’s surface. There are three large cave systems in the area: – an ancient tunnel network, which even the Normans dug around the castle here (11th century) –... Read More
The napkins of the Vikings helped the sailors very precisely.           Culture Travel 

The napkins of the Vikings helped the sailors very precisely.        

It has been very helpful in the sky-polarization Viking navigation for sailors even in cloudy meteorological conditions. In a paper titled Royal Society Open Science, Gábor Horváth and Dénes Száz, the staff of the Department of Biological Physics at the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Laboratory of Environmental Optics, have presented the latest results of their research of about one and... Read More
Taxis in Bucharest demanded a ban on Uber-type carriers Travel 

Taxis in Bucharest demanded a ban on Uber-type carriers

Another taxi rally was held in Bucharest and several major cities in Romania, calling for a COTAR confederation of road passenger transport companies on Wednesday, banning Uber and similar internet freight companies. More than a thousand taxi drivers took the space in front of the Bucharest government headquarters, causing a traffic obstruction at one of the most important intersections of... Read More
Thousands of flights have been canceled due to snowstorms in the north and west of the United States Travel 

Thousands of flights have been canceled due to snowstorms in the north and west of the United States

Thousands of flights have been canceled on Tuesday and there are power cuts in the north and west of the United States due to the winter storms that hit the area. From the North-West Seattle to the East Coast Boston, the storm zone is raging in the United States: it is snowing continuously, roads are icy, and Chicago, Detroit and... Read More
What would you say if you saw this from your flight window? Travel 

What would you say if you saw this from your flight window?

The United airline’s Boeing 777-222 aircraft from San Francisco was held in Honolulu when one of its engines began to break into the air. One of the passengers picked up the video as soon as the gears were pushed, its casing detached and the whole shake. The captain sent an alert and then landed at the destination. The passengers were... Read More
How to get out of there and get into the city with the fastest and cheapest airports in London? Useful Travel 

How to get out of there and get into the city with the fastest and cheapest airports in London?

Good to go! But going to the airport or the train station to get into the city, it is another story. The tourist season starts so it is worth reviewing how the simplest or cheapest reach of London’s airports. The city has five airport although three of them are not actually belong to London, but mainly because of the low... Read More
Here, almost everybody is a shipwrecked descendant Travel 

Here, almost everybody is a shipwrecked descendant

There are 12,000 in the Canadian islands, and now there are six lighthouses. The Magdalene Islands are a small archipelago in the St. Lawrence Gulf, not far from the Canadian Québec province. There are about 12,000 people living there, almost descendants of shipwrecks. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, some 500 ships fled to the shallow waters and homopags of... Read More
Would you like to visit a nuclear reactor near London? United Kingdom Travel 

Would you like to visit a nuclear reactor near London?

  The world’s largest nuclear fusion reactor is not far from London, specifically between London and Oxford, so it is a pleasant day out to visit the reactor – the one who is responsive to it. 🙂 Nowadays, there are quite controversial news about the use of atomic energy, so that those who seek first-hand information on the safety of... Read More
A Brussels Airlines jövő szerdai járatai kétharmadát törölte az országos belgiumi sztrájk miatt Travel 

A Brussels Airlines jövő szerdai járatai kétharmadát törölte az országos belgiumi sztrájk miatt

  Százötven jövő szerdai járatát törölte a Brussels Airlines belga nemzeti légitársaság az akkorra tervezett országos sztrájk miatt – jelentette be csütörtökön a vállalat. A helyi napilapok arról számoltak be, hogy a járattörlések több mint 11 ezer utast érintenek, akik átfoglalhatnak másik dátumra vagy visszatérítést is kérhetnek. A legnagyobb belga szakszervezetek által bejelentett munkabeszüntetés más szektorokra is kiterjed február 13-án,... Read More
The share of diesel cars in the newly introduced vehicles in the EU is decreasing European Union Travel 

The share of diesel cars in the newly introduced vehicles in the EU is decreasing

The share of diesel cars has declined, gasoline and electric cars have risen in the European Union in the fourth quarter of 2018 and in full-year sales on the report of the European Automotive Industry Representative Organization, ACEA, on Thursday. In the fourth quarter of last year, a total of 273,000 new cars were sold in the European Union, down... Read More
For one euro, it offers for sale vacant houses in a beautiful village on the island of Sardinia      Travel 

For one euro, it offers for sale vacant houses in a beautiful village on the island of Sardinia    

They are trying to save an Italian village from depopulation with a special offer: two hundred vacant houses in Ollola, on the island of Sardinia, are offered for sale for just one euro. Like many other settlements in the country, the number of inhabitants of Ollola has been decreasing, the number of people living here has dropped from 2250 to... Read More
The south-east London tanks :) United Kingdom Travel 

The south-east London tanks :)

South East London, near the Elephant and Castle underground station on a street corner can find a real curiosity – which is nothing more than a used Russian tanks. Yes, you read that, according to legend, and he has been standing for a long time abandoned property, the municipality of Southwark because leaving this site! Of course there’s a little... Read More
Now you can see how the landing the pilot’s point of view Travel 

Now you can see how the landing the pilot’s point of view

The Boeing 767-300’s engine just landed at Manchester Airport just before sunset. For the captain, David Crichton is particularly pleasant experience, because every time the fly over his own house Bramhall. Thomas Cook Airlines pilot says he always fun to landing in Manchester, even if often in strong crosswinds. “It feels good glimpse of Audenshaw Reservoir – the captain told... Read More
Rare hiking possibilities Reigate (South London) secret tunnels United Kingdom Travel 

Rare hiking possibilities Reigate (South London) secret tunnels

located on the south side of the ring road around London M25 Reigate, available in about 1 hour by train from the middle of London. The town itself is not large, only 20 000 people inhabit, but concealing a really interesting and hidden secret tunnel, which opened a year only a few days before the general public. The nearly 1,000-year... Read More
More than seven thousand kilometers of swans traveling with a British environmentalist Interesting Facts United Kingdom Travel 

More than seven thousand kilometers of swans traveling with a British environmentalist

     The Russian Arctic areas in Britain, more than seven thousand kilometers and then follow the swans migrating from a special motorized paraglider, a British animal protection, to find out what makes Reduction in the last twenty years, the number of Bewick swans.     The 41-year-old Sacha Dench set sail Monday morning in northern Russia Pecsorából. The animal rights will follow to... Read More
A day trip from London: Runnymede, site of the signing of the Magna Carta United Kingdom Travel 

A day trip from London: Runnymede, site of the signing of the Magna Carta

In today’s times of history lovers rejoice, because a really important place to visit which is to encourage them as Runnymede, near London. Perhaps out of his room to have not heard of, but that has certainly happened in about 800 years ago, to say the Magna Carta, the name is certainly familiar to everyone, but why this is so... Read More
Did you know that some London Underground State visited the span of ghosts? United Kingdom Travel 

Did you know that some London Underground State visited the span of ghosts?

Whether or not someone believes in ghosts, so maybe that meggyezhetünk that no one would be happy to spend a night alone in an empty London Underground station. If one is to believe the rumors, the London station of some truly haunted, let’s also look at them. Kings Cross / St Pancras station Passengers have repeatedly reported that a young,... Read More
Brexit – EU member states have agreed on the conditions for a British visa waiver after Brexit Brexit Travel 

Brexit – EU member states have agreed on the conditions for a British visa waiver after Brexit

The Permanent Representatives Committee of the Member States’ Ambassadors to the EU, which supports the work of the Council of the European Union, has accepted its negotiating position on the conditions for visa-free entry into the EU for British citizens following the termination of EU membership (Brexit). In London it was outraged that the document mentions Gibraltar as the colonial... Read More
Uber and Cabify are also suspending their operations in Barcelona due to the new local regulations Travel 

Uber and Cabify are also suspending their operations in Barcelona due to the new local regulations

Uber and Cabify will also suspend alternative community passenger services in Barcelona due to new local regulations – companies announced on Thursday. First, Uber informed its registered users of its decision. As he wrote, the new provision that “limits its operation” comes into force on Friday, so it is the last day in the Catalan capital, after the pre-ordering obligation... Read More
How did London King’s Cross station in a track number 0? Interesting Facts United Kingdom Travel 

How did London King’s Cross station in a track number 0?

The bar is not it an open secret that the Harry Potter and the kinds of 9 3/4 numbered track in London’s King’s Cross station can be found, but it is less known fact is hoy them a marked 0. Dodger well. Unfortunately, this story is less interesting than the wizard trains, but it’s still pretty interesting. In 2010 it... Read More
A day trip from London: Harry Potter’s footsteps in Lacock Interesting Facts United Kingdom Travel 

A day trip from London: Harry Potter’s footsteps in Lacock

In a sudden mild British winter, many will surely be happy to ride this weekend kelnének something nice to see. For those who are not only beautiful but also looking for interesting, feel free to be recommended tiny village called Lacock in Wiltshire, England. Only two, along walkable street consists of a relatively short time, but Lacock is a place... Read More
A special museum in London: The Old Operating Theatre Museum (ie, the Museum of Contemporary Operating) United Kingdom Travel 

A special museum in London: The Old Operating Theatre Museum (ie, the Museum of Contemporary Operating)

London can meet a lot of thematic museums, but also one of the most interesting among them the one that developed around an old operating room. The small room was originally joined in 1815, and in fact it became really forgalmassá when changing the legal regulations to regulate and tried to tie the overall healing hospital practice at St. Thomas... Read More
A day trip from London to Rochester, Charles Dickens city United Kingdom Travel 

A day trip from London to Rochester, Charles Dickens city

  Rochester truly ancient history looks back, as people have lived in the times of Celts and Romans also the time of the Roman Empire moved here because it is one of the imperial road that led to London. However, broader recognition of Charles Dickens’s still owes who lived, although most of the action of the novel is strongly linked... Read More
It’s free accommodation if the children get together during holidays Interesting Facts Travel 

It’s free accommodation if the children get together during holidays

Assisi more hotel even offered to refund the cost of accommodation for couples who during their stay – how to formulate – not have children. At intend to do something about the sad fact that in Italy the number of births decreased from year to year. Ten hotel joined the action in his hometown of Saint Francis. Anyone who can... Read More
A day trip from London to Blenheim Palace United Kingdom Travel 

A day trip from London to Blenheim Palace

  Blenheim Palace is a beautiful house, which is located in Oxfordshire, but of course not just talking about a simple residential housing, since this is more of a magnificent 300-year-old palace which can be visited. The building is one of England’s largest residential building which was built between 1705 and 1722, and in 1987 the UNESCO World Heritage List.... Read More
Day trip from London to Oxford, city of dreaming towers United Kingdom Travel 

Day trip from London to Oxford, city of dreaming towers

London is easily and quickly accessible from the capital 85 km north-west of the famous university city of Oxford. The famous Oxford University has the 1200-ies exist, so it is not surprising if many of the city’s major tourist attractions luring connected to the university. The poets ‘City of Dreaming towers’ first name lived in the Victorian era English poet... Read More
A day trip from London: the Avebury stone circle Travel 

A day trip from London: the Avebury stone circle

Who is something much more mystical attractions are wondering around London, be sure to watch it in addition to the usual országjáráson Neolithic monuments in the village of Avebury, which is the largest one of its kind in the world edifice. The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Hungary raised this fantastic stone circle from which the visit is much more... Read More
Day trip: Clapham South deep-level shelter United Kingdom Travel 

Day trip: Clapham South deep-level shelter

Clapham South deep-level shelter that war shelter is located in London’s Clapham South station A few days ago I had the pleasure of Clapham South underground station concealed in the Second World War air-raid shelter which has a history walk is really impressive. Similar dugout eight others in the city, mainly in the north and south in some Northern Line,... Read More
Snow cover covers the American Midwest and the east coast, with disruptions in traffic United States Of America Travel 

Snow cover covers the American Midwest and the east coast, with disruptions in traffic

The snow cover covers the American Midwest and the east coast, there are disruptions in traffic, flights canceled. The wide winter storm zone reached the eastern coast of the United States over the weekend, and the nationwide meteorological service in the midwestern Missouri to the northeastern Maine region issued a storm storm to 15 Member States. In the Midwest and... Read More
A day trip from London to Windsor, the world’s largest palace is still used United Kingdom Travel 

A day trip from London to Windsor, the world’s largest palace is still used

The castle is the world’s largest in its 45 000 m2 of Windsor was found. The history of the buildings date back to the 11th century, although it has since been numerous additions, alterations and renovations also lived longer. Currently, the official residence of the British royal family matter, the Queen herself many times and enjoys spending time here so... Read More