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Bikes will kill you in Amsterdam 

Being a former competitive cyclist in New Zealand I am fiercely protective of cyclists right to ride on the road alongside cars. Too many cyclist are being killed or severely injured by absent minded drivers or those drivers who are plainly evil with a vendetta against cyclists. 691 more words

Life

Seychelles

It is not just a quiet beach destination.  From the ‘smallest’ to the ‘biggest’, ‘oldest’ to the ‘rarest’, Seychelles adds a lot of superlatives to your travel journal. 365 more words

Nature

Wellness Travel Around Cyprus: Sun, Sea and Some Serious Sightseeing

By Marina Aagaard, MFT. Photos: Henrik Elstrup and Marina Aagaard

A beautiful and interesting place for a holiday: Cyprus. Take a tour around the country, check out the coastline, walk, swim, dive or surf, hike or bike in the mountains. 1,661 more words

Europe

About Aztecs that Weren’t: Undying Mistakes

When is an Aztec not an Aztec?  Sounds like a riddle.  It’s a question directly related to Aztec Ruins National Monument.  According to the park brochure, “ 489 more words

Featured

Incheon Buddy - 4th Hello! at Ganghwado Island

Korean culture and history is interesting, very interesting, trust me if you have no idea about them. People who are fanatics of K-Pop and K-Drama may have caught bits and pieces of Korean ethos through them. 1,141 more words

Korea

Heritage building of Penang | Old OCBC Building on Beach Street

The first ever OCBC Bank branch opened in Penang was in April 1920 at 24, Beach Street. It was then known as Oversea-Chinese Bank Ltd. Oversea-Chinese Bank was incorporated in Singapore in 1919 and the first Penang branch was opened a year later. 338 more words

Photography

Sperlinga's Man -- and Woman -- Caves


Who would want to live in a cave?  Cold, dark, inhospitable, perhaps. But generations of Sicilians and Materans lives in caves, up until th 1960’s. 1,023 more words

Reflections And Meditations