2015

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When God is a Roman in Rome, Italy

  Do you believe in coincidences? I mostly don’t. I watched a movie long ago, named “The Celestine prophecy”. The main subject was meant to actually destroy the theory of coincidence chain and then shared the idea there is no such a case as coincidence, but everything happens as it’s meant to be, at the
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A coin gets me back to Rome

I would probably never find out why the flight to Rome, Italy makes me so excited every time I do. Must be something really magical in that city, that pulls me back over and over again. Approximately every three to five years I am back. I have a hunch. The story is a bit weird, but
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Dancing Rwanda. Speechless in the heart of Africa

Everyone can dance in Rwanda. This conclusion I have simply made after spending two weeks in this small East African country. The local dances blew my mind away by the hypnotising rhythm of the traditional drums, called ingoma. It’s the crucial ground of the Rwandan music and most of the movements are accompanied by that
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The magic power of the bucket list - boost your travel plan.

I have never asked people around if they have a bucket list. My family, my friends, some distant relatives and random mates…all of them look so busy and pressed by their daily issues. I have never been able to see any dreamers who surround me. You know what I am talking about –  that short
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10 curious facts about Rwanda I found by myself

All began with my first Kigali walk. Stop!!! You don’t know where Kigali is? It’s the capital of the small central African country, called Rwanda. Plenty of fresh fruits, vegetables, beans, sweet potatoes everywhere. A lot of passion fruits. I got surprised by the roads – most of them in very good condition. It’s very
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How to recognise an addicted world traveler

I have been born a traveler. It was diagnosed much later and my parents haven’t had a clue it was in my veins and there is no cure for it. More than 60 countries on four continents (never have been to Australia), serious number of islands, variety of transportation, probably more than 300 flights…Never tired
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