Di Mo Si
A Finnish drink with a heroic past
Finland is known for its triple "s" – sisu (resilience), sauna and Sibelius. But for centuries, there has also been a fourth, more subtle "s": sima, a fermented drink made with water, sugar, lemon and yeast. Today, effervescent and virtually non-alcoholic sima is beloved across the nation, most often consumed by children and adults alike as a special drink to celebrate Vappu, or May Day, a time when Finns flood the outdoors to embrace the coming of spring.
La Digue: The Seychelles' tropical biking paradise
La Digue is arguably one of the most well-known of the 115 islands in the Seychelles. It attracts thousands of tourists each year to Anse Source d'Argent, often called the most photographed beach in the world due to its imposing boulders reminiscent of prehistoric times, an ideal backdrop to Hollywood films and commercials. On a smaller scale, bird watchers from all over come to witness the rare sighting of the Seychelles Black Paradise Flycatcher bird, an endangered species endemic to the Seychelles.
Five kinds of people can not see you
Around us, some people seem to maintain a superficially friendly relationship with you, some of them are also your relatives. Although there is a superficial warm relationship many people look forward to your bad luck, look forward to your accident, and look forward to your life getting worse and worse. If you really down the blood, these people's hearts will produce an irrepressible pleasure and will gloat at you in private.