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Not Your Usual #GeometryClub

Have you ever been part of a School Club? Maybe Drama, Chess or Sports? Well, if you haven’t had the chance back t…

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Faces of Berlin

A city full of history, diversity and feelings. For me, it was probably the city of feelings, most of all. It was almost…

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Why Do We Travel?

The luxuries of the 21st century allow many of us to take advantage of the opportunity to travel. But have you ever wond…

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Exploring Your Own Backyard

Travelling big distances to far off places is something many of us dream of doing and end up doing at least a handful of…

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The Pearl of the Danube

Throughout the last decade Budapest has become a recurrent destination among young travellers due to the variety of thin…

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A taste of Hong Kong

History not only shapes humans and their lives, it also shapes cities and their landscapes. In fact, History set a Briti…

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Collecting Memories

The act of travelling is formed by two moments: the experience itself and the memories that this experience leaves in ea…

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Croatia’s Falling Waters

Hidden in the mountains between Split and Zagreb in Croatia lays one of the most amazing natural parks called Plitvice. …

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Rural versus Urban Travel

Or why a trip to the village is just as important as a trip to the city I’ve been lucky to travel around quite a bit and…

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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

A backpacker’s dilemma  In my overweight backpack there is a collection of papers full of ink stains, sand and words wri…

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THE ROAD TO NORTHERN ROMANIA

Day II   This is the railway station from Copșa Mică, Romania, on December 30. We were coming from Sighișoara and w…

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What’s in a souvenir?

A souvenir, from the French word for remembrance, is something that one often comes across in their travels. Uncountable…

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Culture and How to Deal with It

“People of different religions and cultures live side by side in almost every part of the world, and most of us ha…

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Planes, trains, automobiles?

Which one should you take to your destination? There are many modes of transportation and, in most cases, the mode you c…

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We wish you a Merry Christmas!

“My idea of Christmas, whether old-fashioned or modern, is very simple: loving others. Come to think of it, why do we ha…

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Happy National Day, Romania!

‘You took your country back 20 years ago and you needed much courage for this. You proved yourselves and to the world ho…

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5 Things About Moving Back Home

“We leave something of ourselves behind when we leave a place, we stay there, even though we go away. And there are thin…

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Going back to Brazil

The entire time I wrote for Independent Skies I wrote about new things to find out about, foreign experiences and the di…

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Sharing a Travel Journal

“Please be a traveler, not a tourist. Try new things, meet new people, and look beyond what’s right in front of you. Tho…

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Surviving the Death Road

  I must admit, at first biking down the most dangerous road of the world doesn’t sound like the smartest idea, especial…

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Titicaca? Titicaca!

   I decided, Titicaca it should be. One if the highest navigable lakes on earth, with hundreds of islands and two diffe…

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From Barcelona With Love

“You can fall in love at first sight with a place as with a person.” – Alec Waugh  Love can be defined…

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Alternate 7 World Wonders

We all heard about the 7 world wonders, but have you thought about the alternate ones? These are considered the alternat…

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