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Jordan - Amman

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003 Italy Valle Brembana  a land that forges body and soul Kiss From The World travel and people magazine

Valle Brembana: l'ardesia e il giardino segreto

In Val Brembana ci sono luoghi capaci di esaltare suggestivi fenomeni atmosferici come l’aurora, ovvero l’apparizione della luce che si vede nel cielo ancor prima che il sole sorga.

Siamo al Passo San Marco (1992 metri s.l.d.m.), il più alto passo stradale della provincia di Bergamo che collega la Val Brembana alla Valtellina. Il buio è totale, il cielo stellato è infinito. Il nostro sguardo è rivolto a sud est, è esattamente da lì che oggi sorgerà il sole.

Ad un tratto, da dietro le montagne, ecco spuntare una tenue luce rossastra che inizia ad illuminare l’atmosfera tingendola di blu.

I contrasti dei colori sono bellissimi, si va da un leggero rossastro, al blu, al nero. Tutto questo è accompagnato dal profilo delle montagne della Valle …


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What beats a smart 5 star restaurant?

On a road trip driving along the Gulf coast road, somewhere between Gulfport and Biloxi, I pulled into the car park of a casino and someone had set up an impromptu crawfish bake. He had towed a huge oven or boiler and set out trestle tables and was doing a roaring trade.The standard portion was a deep tray over a foot wide stacked high with crawfish and baked potatoes. Very messy and fiddly to eat but it was fantastic and although it was one of the crappiest venues I’ve eaten in, it was one of my most memorable meals.

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Rio de Janeiro: To & From the airport

The international airport is around 20 km away from the city and unfortunately travelers can become prisioners of few options there are to reach the city.You can always ask for a transfer (transportation) in your Hotel, but if the preference is to do all on your own here are the options you have.FAST AND EXPENSIVETaxis. You can call a cab to pick you up there by using any taxi app’s and wait a few minutes in the main door. Second option: take one that has just dropped another passenger.The third – and last – option: take one of the taxis from the airport that will absolutely charge you a …

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Travel Tips: What to Pack for Australia

Going Downunder? Deciding what to pack for Australia can be challenging. The country's diverse environments and climates, along with a plethora of available nature activities, coupled with sophisticated urban cities and the great outdoors often mean you need to be prepared for every situation when deciding what to wear travelling around Australia. Here are 5 essential items to pack for a trip to Australia.Power adaptersUnless you're coming from Argentina, New Zealand or PNG, you'll need a power adapter to charge your gadgets and gizmos. Australian power points are different to the power points …

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Where To Go In Iceland

This post is based on my trip to Iceland and is designed to give you a insight and to help you plan your trip.Getting ThereWe flew over with WOWair, Icelands answer to easyjet. You can catch a flight from as cheap as £70 and the air hostesses wear these bright purple uniforms really old school, it’s quite fun. (wowair.co.uk) When you arrive at the airport you can catch a bus really easily into the center of Reykjavik. The Flybus operated by Reykjavik Excursions leaves 35-40mins after every inbound flight and is about £10, they also have free wifi on the buses. To save hassle its best to book …

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The Italian Revolution

In many countries across the world, great changes are happening. From America to Europe, and from Africa to the Middle East, people are …

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Chef Bobo - part IV

“I really love the countryside and I own 5 hectares of land. 23 years ago I had a farm with almost two thousand animals. I built my …

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Boqueria Market with Marta

"I’m Marta, official guide of Barcelona. We are at the ‘Boqueria Market’, the most ancient market of Barcelona, not to mention Spain …

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Andy & Fabi: living and working in paradise

“Kakula is a small 35-hectares-privately-owned island. The original project was to turn it into a private island only for the rich …

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"The daily path never ends" Masai proverb

“Colors, scents, feelings, emotions, we are with a Masai family, the Kipara Lagilala. Women have dark, piercing looks; children …

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Don't call me CHEF

“Don’t call him CHEF, he doesn’t like it. He won’t mind though if we write the first three letters of “chef” in red, since his idol …

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Powerful and majestic: Poseidonia, Paestum - I

“I’m Silvia, official tourist guide of Paestum. This is the archeological area of Paestum, city of the Magna Grecia founded by the …

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The desert castle keeper

“My name is Hakim and I’m a Bedouin. I’m the keeper of the Qasr Amra desert castle, built by King Umayyad Caliph Walid I in the VIII …

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Chobe National Park: The Land of The Giants

"My name is Rambo. Welcome to the Chobe River sunset cruise. We’ll be cruising along the Chobe National Park and see where the Chobe …

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A peaceful home for elderly elephants

Chaminda: “I’m a guide for the Millennium Elephant Foundation, where we train and take care of domesticated elephants, most of which …

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Wadi Mujib: swimming upstream

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Village at midday

“We drive down the National Highway 6, the street that runs from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. There are dozens of villages along the …

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Gozo and Comino: beautiful treasures to be discovered

Like sparkling jewels, the Mediterranean islands of Gozo and Comino tantalise their visitors, unleashing the inner explorer in anyone …

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Life along the Tonle Sap

“Travelling like them, travelling with them. You can experience the amazing adventure of an 8-hour journey from Siem Reap to …

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A big small lunch

“It's time for lunch at the Khan Khang Orphanage, a big small lunch. It's like a “party”. The children come out to eat in their …

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What we are: orphans in Haiti

“I’m Petit-Compère, principal of the Bon Berger Orphanage in Haiti, founded in 1966. When Jean-Bertrand Aristide was President we …

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Dana: a stone, honey-colored village

“I’m Suleiman Jarad and I was born in Dana. The village of Dana was built in the Wadi Dana about 500 years ago by 50 families coming …

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Pubclub.com: Dr. Allen's lingerie party

“We are in Manhattan Beach - Los Angeles, one of the hottest scenes in California, and this is Dr. Allen's Lingerie Party. Once a …

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Exxxotica LA: live out your fantasies

Asa Akira: “I’m 25 years old and I’m from New York City. I’ve been in porn for two years now. Today I’m presenting Evil Angel, which …

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Ghotul: Lessons in living and loving

Gotul Gotul Gotul and not Ghotul....Go + Tul...Go means 'mother' and 'tul' means womb that is primary centre for learning... because are still animistic in belief.... please correct your article as it has many incorrect information....not all gotul's are same.... thank you


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Rubbing shoulders with a witch in Trasmoz

Amazing experience. Thanks for sharing!


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Kila Raipur Sports Festival 2014

What a Pity that such a wonderful coverage of a wonderful event has no comments yet. Divya, you have covered all the essentials of this event to an extent that any one who refers to it can safely attend this event. I also intend to be there atleast once but do not know when, may be in next two three …


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Day Trip to Howth!

I was fortunate enough to spend two weeks in Ireland last October. After flying into Dublin via aer lingus and renting a car at Dan Pooley I drove over to Howth to watch the sunrise hit Ireland's Eye. I enjoyed Howth very much and would love to get back to spend more time in that quaint little …


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Hashem: lovers of fine food

I will be there next month. Can't wait! smile


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Annemarie commented on
5 Awesome Countries for Solo Travel!

Wow, Catherine, that is awful. I am so sorry. I heard a lot of good things about Belize and didn't expect it to be so dangerous. I hope nothing else bad happened to you during your travels.


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5 Awesome Countries for Solo Travel!

Very interesting. The most violent place I have been (met 4 people who got murdered) is Belize. Got mugged Guatemala.


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Winter Solstice in Newgrange

Yes, Newgrange is absolutely fascinating! And I would love to get to visit it such a special place. For enthusiasts of Ancient Knowledge, humanity and what these solar alignments mean, I suggest having a read of "The Path of the Spiritual Sun", by Belsebuub with Angela Pritchard. It goes deep into …


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Joanna Kalafatis
Blogger & Actress

The Best Boutique Hotels for Experiencing Monterey

The seaside city of Monterey has long attracted travelers making their way down the California coastline, thanks to its pristine beaches, famous aquarium, and historic points of interest, including John Steinbeck's Cannery Row.If you're taking a road trip down the PCH, or simply want to get a true sense of small-town coastal California, make Monterey your next stop. Then book one of the boutique Monterey hotels below to really get the small-town hospitality experience. …

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Maria Athanassopoulos & Chryssa Krassa
Marketing, Promotion, News

A weekend at the beautiful island of Chios!

A few days ago I found myself at the beautiful island of Chios in Greece for three days! Chios island, has its own special identity and remains unforgettable to the visitor from the first sight. Although I have been many times to Chios it always has something new to give me.So this time too apart from the usual stroll at the beautiful port of the main town, I visited the village Olimpoi of Chios which is thirty kilometers from the capital. Olimpoi is one of the famous …

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Joanna Kalafatis
Blogger & Actress

The Best Boutique Hotels for a California Getaway

There's no better destination for a U.S. getaway than the Golden State. With plenty of exciting cities as well as beautiful beaches, mountains, and national parks dotting the landscape, you can find almost anything you might want in California.If you hit the road heading west and want to find the best boutique California hotels that manage to give you a great value for your money and make your stay memorable, check out the list below.Enjoy the View From Hilton La Jolla …

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Marie Nieves
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Welcome to India: The Do’s and Don’ts

India is a vast spread of diversities, when it comes to its culture, tradition, people, food, architecture and landscapes, In other words, one can never fully get to know it. That is why this country is also the greatest adventure one can possibly experience. Unlike any other country in the world, it pulsates with its very own beat and tosses up the unexpected. Although this unexpected factor can be a foyer for the time of your life, it can also serve as a road to …

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Heather A.
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Natural Habitat Tortoise Camp & Giant Tortoises in the Galapagos!

One of the reasons we chose Natural Habitat as our tour operator in the Galapagos, in addition to the small group and ship size, was the fact they have a dedicated Tortoise Camp.A TORTOISE CAMP. I mean, how amazing is that? It's set up sort of like a safari-style camp. It's definitely more rustic, but the food and drink was amazing. What's better than drinking a cocktail and watching the tortoises in the sunset? Not much, that's what.Now, I get it. Some people see one …

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Joanna Kalafatis
Blogger & Actress

Useful Tools to Plan a Trip Through Europe

No travels are complete without a long journey through Europe, and days spent exploring the old towns, beautiful beaches, and incredible cuisines of the continent. Though traveling through the continent is a great learning experience and offers plenty of fun, planning a trip through Europe can prove quite challenging.In this article, you will learn some tools and tips to make planning a Europe trip easy and to ensure you have more fun on your journey.Consider All …

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Gregory George
Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the …

In the @inRhoneAlpes: France's Best Kept Secret

France's sun-dappled southern regions have long been a favorite with both locals and tourists alike.Provence is perhaps too popular: most travellers journey only as far as Avignon; further north, Lyon becomes a food lover's stop over on one's pursuit of Paris pleasures. Why not consider a road trip through the bucolic Rhône-Alpes region of France from Lyon to Valence, indulging your senses in the 12,383.9 arcadian French kilometers of Provençal lavender fields, Rhône …

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Thommen Jose
Freelance writer, filmmaker

Mahua tales: Rouse the guards

The sloth bear had turned in for the night, that too stoned, so it was alright our Gypsy didn’t move anymore. I and the tracker returned to announce breathlessly that we saw it disappear between a set of boulders not very far away, a mound of fur trundle clumsily in the fast falling dusk. It’s rather long nuzzle nearly upon a thicket or trunk before it retreated and changed directions. My forest tracker, whose marijuana-induced misanthropy had limited our conversation …

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Rohan Jha
Blogger, Traveler

Top Destinations In India That Leave All Foreigners In Utter Awe

India is colorful, India is playful. India can be soothing as a serenade and wicked as sea waves during thunderstorm. India is everything you’d want, and a little more than that. You can choose to watch the cloud approaching you from the balcony of your cozy hotel room in Gangtok or tap your feet to the grooviest jams in the clubs of Goa, or maybe go with the flow as you sail aboard a Kettuvalam in Kerala. Oh! Or perhaps you’d love to run your fingers through immaculate …

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Domenico Pacifico
CEO & Founder Kiss From The World

NICE TERROR ATTACK: two sisters tell the story

We spoke with two friends of ours, who were in Nice last night and witnessed the attack. Here is their story, which does not focus on the truck attack, but rather on some mysterious shootings that were heard in the old town, where panic spread in a few seconds, with several hundred people rushing all over the street in terror."One night that started out as the celebration of liberty, equality, fraternity ended in tragedy and terror. My sister, some friends and I went to …

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Maria Yates
Writer

Halifax: Eating At It's Finest

I was in Halifax a few weeks ago. It's a city filled with foodie delights, especially if your taste buds include seafood. With the Atlantic Ocean lapping at its doorstep, fresh fish, lobster, mussels, oysters, scallops (think Digby) abound. If you’re more of a ‘meat and potatoes’ person, no problem!Let’s start with the seafood:I was anxious to dine at the Five Fishermen (140 Argyle Street; 902-422-4421), not simply because of its menu, but also because of the history …

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Jan Brezina
photographer and travel guru

Namibia catches your heart by its wonderful wild nature and wildlife!

Welcome a new addition to the list of available photo guides in the Fripito application designed for smart phones and tablets. A photo guide Beauty of the Namibia, African paradise of wild nature and animals, is available with a 50% discount until July 17th, 2016. The author of the guide is Jan Brezina, the Fripito founder, Czech photographer and traveler, Adobe and Apple certified expert.Fripito presents a new guide that will help photographers and travelers to …

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Rohan Jha
Blogger, Traveler

Top 10 Honeymoon Destinations In India

Couples are often spoilt for choice when it comes to picking a decent honeymoon destination. It is not easy to narrow down on a small list of top honeymoon destinations in India, given the diverse geography of the country.There are too many stunning locales in India - verdant forests, flourishing villages, soothing hill stations, mesmerizing water bodies, pristine beaches, happening cosmopolitans, and offbeat destinations. No wonder, it gets confusing most of the times. …

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Archana Singh
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How tourism saved the Royalty of Rajasthan

The 4X4 SUV was cruising at breakneck speed on the Delhi-Agra highway. My smartphone battery was still at 70% even after three days of use. I was relishing the sights and sounds of the fascinating Rajasthan. But all this happened because of my digital detoxification drive. Without thinking much I packed my bags and left for an impromptu road-trip. Rajasthan, the land of Maharajas, where you see the colourful melange of massive forts, stunning palaces, delectable …

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Mrigakshi Punga
Assistant Vice President, Project Finance

Shangri-La's Eros Hotel

So next time you're in New Delhi, you know where to stay, where to visit AND what to eat smileOffering you umpteen number of delicacies in a luxurious room, a gym/spa and an "I'M TOO FULL" buffet breakfast, Shangri-La's Eros Hotel is located in the heart of the city. With multiple tourist attractions within walking distance (Bangla Sahib Gurudwara, Hanuman Mandir,Janpath and Jantar Mantar) it will bring the city to your doorstep!

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Inka Piegsa-Quischotte
free lance travel writer

Teruel - City of Love

Teruel – city of loveLuckily, there are still plenty of authentic treasure troves in this world, bypassed by the usual tourist trail. All you have to do is find them and that’s one of the reasons why I love to travel. Teruel in Aragon/Spain is one of these insider secrets and for more reasons than one.I arrived by train from Alicante and when I stepped out of the small station building, I already went ‘ohhh’. Spread out before me was one splendid Mudejar building after …

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Pop Iris Alexandra
Creative Project Manager

With love from the Mures County, Transylvania

There are 41 of them, and I choose the most diverse Romanian county, I choose Mures county. Right in the middle of Transylvania, Mures stands tall. With it's rich and dark forest, fairly tall mountains, the rather small but fast Mures river, the beautiful historical city of Sighisoara-, Jidvei- an old Transylvanian winery, and the intercultural city of Tirgu-Mures, Mures county welcomes every single curious soul out there.The Saxonian village of Sighisoara holds a very …

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Michael Besley
Outdoor leader, teacher and blogger

Bottoms up: the best places for a beer in Asia

Looking at the glutton of travel information available in magazines, blogs and via travel operators, making a list of favourite things is fairly common place. Personally, I have written articles and posts about many different aspects. I’ve talked about trains, I’ve talked about food. Hell, I’ve even talked about diarrhoea. But I have never drawn up a list.So what better place to start than writing about something that I enjoy greatly; having a beer.Whether it’s on a …

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Jan Brezina
photographer and travel guru

Discover Kyrgyzstan, Country of High Mountains and Wild Horses!

The latest addition to the list of world-wide guide offer on the Fripito app is the photographic guide to Central Asian country Kyrgyzstan, available for download with a 50% discount until Juin 26, 2016. The author of this guide is a Czech geographer and photographer Jan Miklin, chief editor of Travelfocus magazine.Check more deyails here: http://fripito.com/guides/kyrgyzstan/The Fripito app, available to all travelers and photographers in AppStore and Google Play for …

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Maria Yates
Writer

Canada's Historical Pier 21

Canada has a long and proud history of opening its doors to people in need. It’s a tradition that continues today and one we, as a nation, are proud of. It is in fact, what makes us Canadian. Today, most newcomers arrive by aircraft, landing directly in a major city, as we did. But that was not always the case.Between 1928 and 1971, over one million immigrants entered the country through what became known as Canada’s “front door”, Pier 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. …

There's more to Albuquerque than Walter White

'The first successful human-carrying flight technology'First ever flight: November 21st 1783First ever Flyer: Jean-Francois Pilatre RozierLocation: ParisThe first 'Modern' ( I'm not entirely sure what that means either, so don't worry) balloon flight took place in in 1960, Burning, Nebraska. Without a basket Ed Yost flew with only a seat for him to ride in. Since then things greatly improved and the idea of the basket was born. Mainly and almost always now used for …

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Domenico Pacifico
CEO & Founder Kiss From The World

We want a Europe that is a community and not a union of banks and lobbies

Great Britain is out of the European Union and Cameron resigned . This was decided by British citizens with a referendum. No government must be afraid of their own people’s democratic expression. On the contrary it must consider their will as the most important mandate. European Union must change, or it will die. Communitarian institutions, in particular Troika (FMI, BCE and European Commission), must start asking themselves where they went wrong and how they can solve …

A Guide to Climbing Mt Fuji

I climbed Mt Fuji back in July 2014. It has been one of those bucket list items for quite some time and I was so excited to finally be ticking it off.At 3,776 m (12,388 feet) Mt Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and is the most perfect volcano cone in existance. Visible from Tokyo 100km away on a clear day it is one of the main icons of Japan. Here is my guide to climbing the most sacred mountain in Japan.When to climbThe official climbing season is from early July …

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Thommen Jose
Freelance writer, filmmaker

Gunehr is now on Google

The metallic clanging from the lathe shop falling oddly in step with the strides on the makeshift catwalk next to it could have been an installation. Then, this is what happens when daily life takes an arty turn. Or when you are impressively exposed to unusual attempts at reinventing space through creations that are not aloof from the land or the people surrounding it. But it was just another day in Gunehr. Rather the day before the finale. The culmination of an urge to …

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