Why You Absolutely Have to Visit Moomin Theme Park in Finland

As a youngster, you were probably brought up on the popular Tove Jansson Moomin books – which, by the way, are pretty darn awesome. These books follow the lives of the white, large-snouted, hippopotamus-style fairy tale characters who live in Moominland. And if you were as obsessed as we were...

Liberia – The World’s Best Surf Spot

Surfers around the world are always looking for the next big wave, the next unspoiled location where they can catch big waves undisturbed by novices. Ideally, this type of pristine surf location will have perfect wave after perfect wave, big enough to surf on while at the same time uncluttered...

The World’s 5 Best Treks

The world’s best treks will challenge you both mentally and physically, however, will expand your view of the world, and will feed your desire to explore the unknown and experience a spectacular journey. They are only for the most adventurous of people. Here are the 5 best. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania The...

10 Reasons To Visit Canada

Canada has a lot to offer between its wide open spaces, beautiful cities, the Rocky Mountains and the Arctic archipelagos.  If this isn’t enough for you, here are 10 reasons to visit this unique country. Its 150th birthday This year, Canada is celebrating its 150 birthday. There are endless special...

The Top 8 Places You Should Visit In Mexico (2017)

We’ve all heard the horror stories of murders of gang members in Mexico, yet you’ll be pleased to know that the majority of the country is unaffected. We’ve taken a look at the US State Department’s list of safe Mexican destinations and have compiled a list of some great destinations...

The 6 Most Exciting Solar And Lunar Eclipses In The Next 6 Years

An Eclipse is a stunning sight. Sparing the technical jargon, it’s the point where either a planet or a moon aligns in such a way that it temporarily blocks light from the sun. There are different types of eclipses of varying rarities depending on what blocks the sun, and some...

U.S. Stocks Positive Despite After Election Fears

In the run up to the US Elections, citizens all over the world were so sure that Hillary Clinton would overrule her main contender, Donald Trump. She, an established woman of politics, obviously had the upper hand against an egotistical TV personality and entrepreneur. However, the world had to prepare...

Starbucks In $1 Billion Deal With Beer Giant

Starbucks has taken a large leap into the tea business with the most surprising partner. Last Thursday, the coffee giant confirmed that they were entering into a partnership with the beer giant, Anheuser – Busch InBev to launch a Teavana ready to drink tea in America. This new product line...

Writer Stories: Jeff Lynne Live

Mr. Blue Sky has returned and I am not meaning the beautiful sunny weather, I am talking about one of my favorite artists of all time, the legend that is Jeff Lynne and his superb Electric Light Orchestra. Last Wednesday, my husband and I had the great privilege of watching...

Rio Is Too Dangerous For The Olympics

Everyone in the Brazilian Government has been saying come to the Olympics this year. It is safe, and you will have a great time. The only problem is, Rio de Janeiro is not safe, at least that is what Rivaldo is saying. Let me backtrack a bit Rivaldo Ferreira, who...

Iranian Artist Replicates Destroyed Antiquities

Since the rise of the Islamic State in Syria and the Levant, ISIS, the news has been filled with the gruesome actions of the ISIS terrorists. But aside from their crimes against humanity, ISIS has also been committing crimes against the cultural heritage of humankind. An Iranian artist is trying...

Are Ivy League Schools All They’re Cracked Up To Be?

Ivy League schools, the most prestigious universities in America, are said to be the best of the best. They are for the elite, for the kids who are genius musicians, future entrepreneurs (or current ones), the ones with the rich parents… This is where those children whose after-school life was...

What Do The Panama Papers Actually Show?

Obviously there is a colossal amount of information that make up the 2.6 terabytes of data that has been leaked in what could be called the Panama Papers scandal. Whilst it is not possible as yet to be fully aware, here are some of the major highlights that have recently...

Top 10 Nightlife Cities

While a great deal of tourism takes place during the day, it can also be interesting to sample a city’s nightlife. It’s a great way to meet the locals and unwind after a long day of sight-seeing. These are the top 10 nightlife cities in the world. Houston, Texas Hopping...

17 Places You Need To Visit In Germany

There are so many things you can do in Germany and some things that you have to do that any list can only be incomplete. But since you are unlikely to be spending the rest of your life in Germany, here are a few things to make it easier to...

The Top 20 Most Beautiful Women In Politics

The world is no longer run by male politicians only, but increasingly so by women as well. One must only think of Angela Merkel. But there are a few female politicians that aren’t only known for their party programmes and opinions but also for their incredibly good looks. This list...

Peanut Allergy Theory Supported By New Study

New research findings are said to be supporting the idea that early childhood exposure to peanuts and related products can help reduce the probability of allergies by 80%. The peanut allergy theory proposes that the early consumption of peanuts and related products reduce the occurrence of allergies pertaining to the...

27 Obscure Facts About World War II

The main battles, dates, victims and atrocities of World War II are well known. But there were also many curious incidents, most of which were not important enough to become part of a school curriculum. Here are a few. And the War ended… World War II began on September 1st,...

The Top 100 Universities In The World

Higher education is all about investing your future in an institution that would shape your career and define you as an academic scholar. Universities are mostly ranked based on several factors including affordability, campus environment, student feedback, expected graduate income and additional programs and benefits. Our rankings are based on...
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