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Bologna, the city you should travel to eat

  Today I am in a mood to share my long lasting fascination with one favourite Italian city. I’ll do my best to offer a different perspective to Bologna, the city you should travel to for chasing and exploring a bunch of culinary peculiarities. The food in Bologna is a cult. Forget about fast food
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Karnak, Egypt - a tale as old as time

  The very first time I saw Karnak, Egypt was in August, 2005. Then I had no idea August is a monstrous month for visiting the Egyptian desert. But upon my arrival, it was immediately revealed.  50 degree Celsius at 2 pm, dust everywhere, no shades available and the sand was burning under the feet. But
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Solo traveling SUPER benefits

Being single, not committed or just alone at the moment, could never be a reason for not traveling and not visiting your dream places. On the contrary. Being a solo traveler would introduce you to the super benefits, which you can’t experience while in a group or in a couple. I am the one who
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The best season for traveling Europe

  I should admit in the very beginning I am completely biased. October is my absolute favourite month of the year and it’s easy to explain why and how. But the explanation works out only if you are already in Europe, grown up somewhere around or were always curious to visit it and see it in
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10 core skills to improve by travels

  I am convinced, traveling is the best and the funniest way to improve your core abilities. It doesn’t matter how we are going to call it – skills, expertise, know-how, techniques, competences, mastery, but these are the crucial strengths that determine the career path, abundance and life satisfaction. There is no other school like the world
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Magic happens where comfort zone ends

  To Susan Knapp and all the great people who were meant to boost my life experience   An Irish friend of mine keeps asking me every time he talks to me how did I manage to visit so many countries. Same reaction when he read my travel blog for first time. His conclusion:”Oh, Tanya, you
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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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Seafood and icy ouzo on Lesvos island

In my mind the Greek island Lesbos (Lesvos, both transcriptions are valid) will always remain the homeland of ouzo drink and the freshest seafood I’ve ever tasted. The island is much closer to the Turkish shore, than to the Greek one and has been several times handovered between Greece and Turkey. Unfortunately, it lately became popular as
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