Hi everyone, if you know me, you might know that I have moved from France to the UK for the first time about 4 years ago. And I love it. I moved back to France for a little bit in between, but nothing could take me away from the UK and I had to move back there. I just love it here. Just so you know, I don't live in London but in Kent (about 45 minutes train to central London). Here are all the things that I love about living in here and why I can't imagine living somewhere else - At least for a while.
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Of course Prague (the capital) is beautiful and everyone is always putting a lot of effort into making your stay here amazing but what is it like for the Czechs? Let's start with the thing yo might have noticed when if you ever visited - people here are so nice and welcoming - WRONG! They are welcoming because you are from a different country and tourism is what they live off of. It isn't the same in every city though because the further you get from Prague the more you can start noticing how inconsiderate people here really can be even as a foreigner.
On September 7th, 2019, my husband and I tied the knot on a small hill in the middle of nowhere, Canada. While that day was truly magical in every aspect: love, food and cost - the true celebration came three months later on our December honeymoon in Portugal.
Festivals are the best time to visit Nepal. However, many trekkers in Nepal miss festivals due to many reasons. As Nepal follows a lunar calendar for most of these festivals, there are few fixed dates for the celebrations. The community comes together here with joy and happiness all around. You can witness unique culture and tradition in this period. Each festival has its delights which you can also be a part of. Trekkers can ask the guides and plan their trip to be here in different amazing festivals. Here are some Nepalese festivals you expect to know about.
That it looks exactly like something straight out of the Arabian Nights. With vast stretches of beaches to the bustling city life, Oman has everything that would attract the tourists. However, you will likely experience cultural shock if you're a first-timer in the city. Here's a guide on how you can adapt to the culture in Oman.
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Ponte Vecchio (old bridge) - Florence, Italy
Along the banks of the Chao Phraya river lay parts of Bangkok rarely visited by outsiders. This the Bangkok, the Siam, of yesteryear. A place of narrow alleyways quiet during the heat of day but full of life, noise and barbeque smoke at night. It’s a contradiction to much of the ever modernising city where skyscrapers and shopping malls multiply by the day.
My rage grows....and it grows because I saw what Mexico was. I saw the beauty and richness in its culture. I saw people count their blessings and thank every day for life. I saw families united and small towns with every member caring for one another. But now I see it too, and what I see I do not like.