Canadian Thanksgiving has come and gone, but American Thanksgiving looms on the horizon. This is a time of stories about the relationship between the pilgrims and the indigenous peoples, and those tales are often far from accurate. Their interactions were not as positive and mutually beneficial as we tend to pretend they were, and the arrival of pilgrims to the Americas marked the beginning of a long, painful history for the people who lived here first.
Traveling to try different culinary scenes is by far one of the best reasons to travel. Looking for delicious new plates to try, experiencing other cultures and how they influence food and the way people eat. Depending on where you are, dinner can be a several hour affair.
Housing a vibrant community of creatives due to the infamous art school (the one that has burnt down not once, but twice), Glasgow still very much stands in Edinburgh's shadow when it comes to tourism. Although it lacks the picturesque architecture and overused tartan, Glasgow is a city to be experienced, as opposed to being seen.
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Tudo bem? or Tudo bom? is a simple, yet intriguing greeting that has been one of the most culturally interesting aspects of living in Brazil. You might be thinking, what is so interesting about these two words, but the greeting itself, when you translate it has much more of a significance than what you would think. I find it fascinating for a number of reasons, which I will divulge during this article—and it is important to keep in mind that languages, including English have different ways in which people can address each other from the very neutral to the very positive.
Known as the third capital of Russia, Kazan is the capital city of the Tatarstan Republic. There are equal numbers of Muslims as there are Orthodox Christians in the city of 1.2 million people, nestled on the banks of the Volga River, located some 800 kilometers east Moscow.
Sometime during February of the year 2005, I was on tour somewhere in Australia with my then-band twentysevens, when I heard that Cream was reforming to play four shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London in early May.
Besides the dread and confusion of work visas and language barriers, working in another country can be an incredible experience. Not only is experiencing other cultures a humbling and exciting experience, it’s also known to enhance learning and adaptability. Studies show that learning about other cultures is a critical component of the adaptation process, and it adds value to creativity. By working in another country, you’re not only experiencing the lifestyle of others—you’re also opening yourself up to a world of opportunities.
No doubt, tourism brings significant economic benefits for local communities and residents. It preserves and protects the natural environment and ensures compliance with customs, traditions and cultural heritage. In addition to these benefits for tourism development, the main foredeal of tourism is the national income generated. Tourism in general has become very global because religious tourism has also integrated into this sector.
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