Traveller guide

China: Xia-he: A Journey Across Chinese Mecca
Published: 28.9.2013
It is hot. We sit in a bus crammed by a window and we are trying to breath fresh air. The freeway changes to a dusty road with many bumps. Bumped we got off the bus for a short visit in Linxia town.

U.S.: A Trip to Seattle I.
Published: 27.9.2013
Europeans are close to the United States and whole North America and South America in a way. It is because they afflicted both continents irreversibly.

Slovakia: The Most Beautiful Car-Routes, the Across Slovakia Series
Published: 25.9.2013
An interesting book, a book guide for car travellers was published in May 2013. It is called the Most Beautiful Car-Routes. There are 25 most beautiful car-routes in Slovakia. Would you like to have such a book in your library? Well, read on for you have a chance to win it!

Japan III – Yokohama China Town and the Senkeien Garden
Published: 23.9.2013
My work has brought me to Yokohama this year, 2013. It is a large harbor city located on Tokyo Bay. In my free time I managed to explore parts of Yokohama on the sea. But from the rest of the city I have seen only nice Yokohama Park.

China: Tianshui – Water with Sky
Published: 21.9.2013
Another road was ahead of us, it was from Ping-liang in Gansu Province to Tianshui. The name of the latter means literally “sky – water “(天水). This was the very first thought we had when we jumped to a puddle right when we got off the bus.

Great Britain, Bristol – A Look to South West England
Published: 20.9.2013
Bristol is a large English city and an unitary authority where live around 400, one million people respectively.

Japan II. – In Yokohama Harbor, Yamashita Park and Yokohama Park
Published: 16.9.2013
My work brought me to Yokohama, the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, about 30 kilometers from Tokyo on the west coast of Tokyo Bay. The place of my work duties was located in Red Brick Wirehouse (Yokohama Akarenga Sōko), a beautiful historical building on a shore right next to the harbor.

Japan I. - To Japan, to Yokohama, to the Hotel …
Published: 15.9.2013
Once I got an opportunity in my work to travel to a dream land, to Japan. Dream land because it has been already eleven years since I started practicing aikido and thus learning about its culture. And it fascinates me.

China: SIA-CHE: Labrang Monastery
Published: 14.9.2013
It was already evening and when we left our accommodation and set out to the Labrang monastery. It is one of the six main monasteries of the Gelugpa sect, a Tibet Buddhist sect, known also as “the yellow caps sect.”

France: Nice – Mediterranean Summer Resort
Published: 13.9.2013
Around 350 BC the Marseille Greeks founded the town of Nice that quickly became a busy port. In the 7th century AD the town repulsed first Saracen raid. A century later the Saracens raided the town twice and both time they conquered it and pillaged it.

China: Pingliang – In  Eastern Corner of Gansu Province
Published: 7.9.2013
„Waky, waky! We are in Pingliang!“ It takes a while for one to realize that this is not just a dream but that a Chinese conductor tries to tell you that it is about time to leave your warm bed in the carriage for you arrived in your destination.

France, Marseille – The Oldest City in France II.
Published: 6.9.2013
After our short excursion in the last part today we return to this city located in south France.

France, Marseille – The Oldest City in France I.
Published: 30.8.2013
Marseille belongs to the Mediterranean cities in Europe, thus it is one of the most popular summer resorts. Local temperatures rise above 30 degrees Celsius in summer and in winter they barely get below zero degrees.

Scotland: Orkneys – Magical Islands of the North IV.
Published: 26.8.2013
The last part of our visit of the islands we spent on Mainland and neighboring island on the south. These islands are interconnected with the so-called Churchill barriers.

Francie, Dijon – A City of Medieval Architecture
Published: 23.8.2013
Name Dijon is notorious. We know it as a popular type of mustard, however, we might not know about the city and the commune which gave it its name.

Scotland: Orkneys – Magical Islands of the North III
Published: 19.8.2013
We continued along the coastline to east and we were amazed with a beautiful road without holes and patches. There are just three main roads on Mainland, however, unlike ours they were in splendid condition.

Bangladesh, Dhaka – The Rickshaw Capital
Published: 16.8.2013
The Rickshaw Capital is a nickname for the metropolis of the country with the highest population density on the world. More in our article.

Scotland: Orkneys – Magical Islands of the North II
Published: 12.8.2013
Near the village is Yesnaby, perhaps the most popular cliffs we just had to visit. A look from above on wild waves made took one’s breath. After we explored the surroundings we headed to mysterious stones.

USA: Philadelphia – Street Life II.
Published: 11.8.2013
When you walk around in downtown you would definitely notice City Hall built in an Empire style, on the top there is a statue of the founder of Pennsylvania, William Penn. There is also Independence Hall in the center, the building is included in the UNESCO’s World Heritage lists and also the already-mentioned Declaration of Independence was signed there.

Scotland: Edinburgh - Bòidheach Prìomh-bhaile (A Beautiful Capital) II.
Published: 10.8.2013
So what next you should miss when in Edinburg? For example Royal Yacht Britannia that traveled astonishing 1 million naval miles in its existence, it is as if the yacht traveled around the world for 40 times. In 1997 it was put out of service and today it is opened to the public.

Azerbaijan, Baku – The Capital of an Oil Country
Published: 9.8.2013
The meaning of Baku is “God’s city.” Is it? You may learn it in the article today.

Scotland: Orkneys – Magical Islands of the North I
Published: 5.8.2013
The Orkney Islands are located on massive cliffs north of Scottish shore. There are 70 islands and only on about 20 there is some permanent settlement.

USA: Philadelphia – Street Life I.
Published: 4.8.2013
I decided to spent part of Christmas in the former capital of the State of Pennsylvania and the whole United States. During my introductory au-pair course I met a Czech with whom I still stay in touch, she invited me to her home in Philadelphia.

Scotland: Edinburgh - Bòidheach prìomh-bhaile (Beautiful Capital) I.
Published: 3.8.2013
When one is in Scotland he/she should’t miss Edinburgh, its capital. This city located near the sea is worth at least several day stay. Still, you should bear on mind that you wouldn’t see everything.

Bolivia, Cochabamba – Lets Go to Central Bolivia
Published: 2.8.2013
Cochabamba is the capital of the Cochabamba Department that cover the area approximately of Slovakia. This department is well-known in the country for its fertile soil thus its nickname is “granary of Bolivia”. Among agriculture products cultivated there are grains, tobacco, sugar cane, potatoes or cocoa beans.

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