Land of Sherpas Tengboche Monastery (Nepal)
Solo Khumbu - “lotus valley” - known to the world because of the highest mountains of the world Everest (or Sagarmatha or Chomolungma) are located in its headwaters 8848 m,…

Continue reading →

Incredible Castle Eltz
The Eltz Castle is a real gem hidden from prying eyes in the dense protected forests of Germany. I included this castle in the list of the most beautiful castles…

...

La Paz Tour
Las Paz or Nuestra Señora de la Paz since 1898 is the de facto capital of the state and the administrative center of the department of the same name. Located…

Continue reading →

Mongolia: Travel to the land of harmony. "Crying Camel"
In early March, an event takes place in Mongolia that many travelers and adventure lovers are waiting for. The festival of a thousand camels begins! This festival takes place in…

Continue reading →

but from horse meat

5 PLACES FOR TRAVELING IN JUNE

Bruges, Belgium

For one summer, the capital of West Flanders will turn into a “liquid city”. Until September 16 in Bruges held triennale – an exhibition of contemporary art. The medieval center of the city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, will complement 15 art sites. The idea of ​​a “liquid city” belongs to Zygmunt Bauman. A British sociologist and philosopher of Polish origin came to the conclusion that social and cultural changes are inevitable – the world is constantly evolving and new threats constantly arise before it. It is this globalization that creates a “fluid society” – a state of constant flow, which can lead to uncertainty and fear. Continue reading

Monsoons in the Himalayas. Sikkim, India
Sikkim is the mountains that fascinate with their beauty, the sanctity of the monasteries, the places shrouded in peace and secrets, where legends and life intertwine with each other, forming…

...

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…

...