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The Magical City: Praha

Praha or in English, Prague. I prefer Praha because this is how the locals pronounce it, and how Indonesians would pronounce it as well :) 676 more words


Palmyra Syria - Venice of the Desert

One of the magnificent highlights of Syria and of the Mediterranean region is the ancient city of Palmyra, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Magnificently surrounded by a green oasis of palm, olive and pomegranate tress, the timeless city of Palmyra looks like a mirage in the middle of the vast lonely Syrian Desert. 1,002 more words


Visit to Machu Picchu - Ollantaytambo - Cuzco Cusco May 2015

Planned and tickets bought six months before the trip, I visited Peru in May 2015.  I had always wondered if Machu Picchu would be worth the expense.   643 more words


Largest Church in India: Se Cathedral, Goa

Se Cathedral is dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria. It is the largest church in India and also one among the oldest. Se Cathedral has 8 chapels and 6 altars in addition to the main altar dedicated to Saint Catherine.


Sem-break is more fun in Palawan! (Part 2)

Wonderful, wonderful spring we are having here in Denmark right now. After months of wearing thick dyne-jakke (bubble jacket), I finally manage to go out in an ordinary jacket today.. 672 more words