journey

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Thousands of miles coffee journey

  If I ask you right now, where the best coffee ever could be found, what’s going to be your answer? Let’s bet, I’ll get at least 30 different options. Everyone would insist to know better where the best coffee in the world is. It’s kind of a tricky question, because what I asked actually
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Bathing in the heart of volcano

  I can’t imagine another adventure like this – bathing in the heart of volcano. It’s an amazing experience that keeps you soaked by emotions, dunked in the nature’s deepest secrets and inexplicable power. Sounds a bit mysterious, but at the same time thrilling. For a restless traveler like me, being at the heart of volcano
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By train to the end of the world

  That’s me, on a South African train, heading to the end of the world. Trying to be brave and confident in an environment that scares me. I heard so many horrifying stories about single women, traveling alone by train in South Africa. That’s why I already placed a smile on my face, hoping to
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Disappointing Akagera National Park, Rwanda

  It takes six hours by car to cross Akagera National Park, Rwanda. My first wild animal safari in Africa. As you can guess, I was totally excited. Sure, I have already seen all those animals at the zoo, but it’s a different thrill to observe them in the nature, freely running and following their
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Why shopping in Dubai is a must

Shopping in Dubai is no longer just a snobbish fad. For the locals it’s pretty much national culture. For the foreigners (who are much more than the locals) it’s a real attraction. Shopping was established and developed as a wise money perpetuum mobile generator and is already well recognised as the main pillar of Dubai tourism.
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Johannesburg again? No, thank you!

  The arrival at Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International Airport was a real thrill. This trip was postponed so many times, that finally landing in South Africa, after 10 hour direct flight, made me feel over excited. I was supposed to start that journey three years ago, but lots of circumstances were changed ever since. Eventually, an opportunity, popping up at
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Cyprus - the island where myths come alive

  My favourite place in Cyprus is Paphos so far. This small colourful town, full of myths and history, smells differently, breathes differently and lives its own independent life, untouched by time. Built on the Greek side of the island, Paphos charmed me by its calmness, endless sunny days and artistic atmosphere. The legend tells, just a
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How my Qatari journey benefited me

My Qatari journey brought me to the most remarkable people ever. As you already know, I’ve been to more than 60 countries. During those trips, I met and interacted with so many different nationalities, cultures and viewpoints, that now I feel more less a citizen of the world and probably could live everywhere quite comfortably. But Qatar gave
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