Bhutan Tourism
The annual report of the Tourist Board of Bhutan presented statistical figures for 2011 and recorded the largest increase in foreign tourists. 64,028 tourists visited the Kingdom of Bhutan last…

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Easter Island
>At the airport, we warmly said goodbye to Juan and flew to Lima. Paradox, but the flight instead of the planned two hours took a little more than an hour.…

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Sunny autumn in the Czech Republic: Green Arrow's trip to the nurseries and gardens of Prague and Brno
Czech nurseries are well known among gardeners and industry professionals. But imagine them behind the scenes, not all. Those who went on a trip with the Green Arrow to the…

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Impressions of traveling to Myanmar

When arriving in Myanmar, for some reason you immediately plunge into an unconcerned unconcern. This is similar to when you find yourself in the country after the working week. Thoughts go away, there is nowhere to rush and no one to play the role. The people around are as simple as the clouds hanging above them. And just as soft. They look like different little animals (like all of us, however, when they are not concerned) and swim somewhere, swim … without disturbing anyone, without demanding anything. Or stand, sit, as if to say this – it’s just me. In Myanmar, it is very easy and comfortable to be among its inhabitants. Continue reading

Northeastern Himalayas. Kalimpong. The history of the estate Kruketi

The history of the Kruketi estate is connected with the history of the city of Kalimpong. Until the mid-19th century, the area around Kalimpong was ruled by the kings of Sikkim and the representatives of the royal family of Bhutan. Under the rule of the Sikkim kings, the region was called Dalingot. In 1706, the king of Bhutan received this territory and renamed it Kalimpong. Continue reading

Walks on Palma de Mallorca
The next day after arriving on holiday in Majorca, we wanted to see the capital of the island - the city of Palma. We tell you about our impressions of…

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Temples of Cambodia: Sambir Prey Kook, the pre-Angkor capital
The enormous popularity of Angkor, which is actively advertised throughout the world by the authorities of Cambodia and the word of mouth of tourists, inevitably pushes the pre-Angkor period of…

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Temples of Cambodia: Sambir Prey Kook, the pre-Angkor capital
The enormous popularity of Angkor, which is actively advertised throughout the world by the authorities of Cambodia and the word of mouth of tourists, inevitably pushes the pre-Angkor period of…

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Machu Picchu
The next day foreshadowed us no less exciting impressions - a trip to Machu Picchu on one of the narrowest narrow gauge railways in the world (the width of the…

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