This is Sinovita! I have been freelance writing for more than 10 years. I love traveling and writing. I feel writing is a natural record of true feelings after serious life, and life is always a better script than a movie.
My Lisbon Special Food Map
I have always felt that Portugal is a country that does not have a strong sense of existence. Despite being the first "global empire" to embark on the development of air routes and colonial expansion, Portugal has left behind a short-lived splendor. However, the rapid decline after that, coupled with the location of the "ends of the earth" and the contemporary economy that has never been very good, even though I have lived in Europe for few years, except for the mention of the "financial crisis", I rarely think of Portugal as a country.
Intruders? Hidden Quests in Paris!
Traveling in European cities like Paris or London, I wonder if you have noticed these little guys: These lovely mosaic collages are from "intruders", an anonymous Parisian street artist. He has been pasting these mosaics on the streets of Paris since 1998. At first, it was just a little alien in the 8-bit game Space intruders in the 1980s and 1990s. Later, the familiar images of the Smurfs and Super Mary gradually appeared in childhood. It is said that intruder always works on dark and windy nights, appears in front of the media wearing a mask, and secretly wears a mask to hide among visitors in his art exhibitions, so few people know his true identity so far.
Malta: Heart of the Mediterranean
If someone asks you, what kind of country is Malta? I believe most people will be at a loss for words. Among the many European countries, this small country in the Mediterranean Sea is hardly known. However, it is such a small country with a population of only a few hundred thousand that has a title in the long history of Europe: the heart of the Mediterranean.
Lapland: Winter and Summer in the Swedish Pole
In Sweden, Norway and northern Finland, there is such a large expanse of land. Its proximity to the Arctic Circle and untouched wilderness make it one of the most untouched places on the European continent. This is the hometown of the Sami people, and the polar nights in winter and the polar days in summer add a lot of magic. I have been fortunate enough to set foot on this magical land twice.
Japan Travel: Weeping Plums at Jonan-gu Shrine in Kyoto
“Jonan-gu” Shrine is located in Fushimi Ward, a little far from downtown Kyoto. It was created as a guardian deity guarding the southern part of Kyoto and protecting the country when Heian Kyoto moved the capital. It worships the gods who relieve disasters in all directions. “Jonan-gu” Shrine's architecture is unified in the Heian period style. In addition, there will also be a “song and water” banquet here, where everyone sits by the flowing water, and there are often activities such as flower viewing and poetry writing. Held twice a year in spring and autumn, this elegant traditional event forms a beautiful sight in the ancient capital.
Travel Essentials For Your First African Trip
Everyone who wants to travel to Africa has the same question in their hearts - is it safe to travel in Africa? The answer is actually very simple, as long as you go to the right place, the journey is not dangerous. Here is an African travel guide for you!
La Rambla: a joyous venue in Barcelona
In Barcelona, there is a street that cuts through the city center with a dizzying mix of elements: historic buildings, bird and flower markets, performance art. Some people call it Wanderer Street, so that this romantic name has been handed down, making people forget her real name: La Rambla Street.
What is "cloud travel"?
Under the pandemic, offline tourism has been impacted, but it has catalyzed a new idea of “cloud tourism”. The so-called “cloud travel”, namely "Internet + travel", is to enjoy the fun brought by travel without leaving home, including the use of emerging technologies such as AR, VR, short video, live broadcast, etc. The immersive feeling allows more people to see different scenery through the Internet, and there is an emotional participation of eyes and hearts.
Thailand Travel: Food Tour
I love tropical climates and Thailand is a country I go to often. I have countless nicknames in Thailand: Japanese food killer, hot pot killer, buffet killer, steak killer, fried rice killer, barbecue killer, fried skewer killer, pho killer, meatball killer...
How much do you know about foreign train travel routes?
In life, how many people can take a trip that says go away? We work hard every day, and the goal of our efforts is the ability to say "no" to others one day. Travel is the spiritual life that everyone yearns for. Here, I offer some wonderful foreign train trips. I hope everyone who sees it can realize their dreams!