Tips for trips

United Arab Emirates V: Dates and Camels
Published: 23.3.2015
I am already looking to see the oasis. It is surrounded with a wall. Inside is the whole irrigation system – concrete channels. The place has high date palm. More than 120 palm species are in the Emirates, only 20 of them, however, have edible fruits. Their fruits are used often as animal fodder.

China: Studies - Xiamen III: Bad Dogs and Good People
Published: 21.3.2015
Our stay in Yunyongyao云永谣 commenced with a funeral, not particularly traditional way to begin one’s trip. Most of the locals took part in it. Some right in the procession, others just watched from afar. Soon, however, cracking and music ended. Only streets covered with red papers could tell the story.

Iran, Kashan – The City of Famous Houses IV.
Published: 20.3.2015
In our today’s journey across Iran we go off Tehran’s limits to see another famous city in this country - Kashan.

Poland, Tesin: Zamecky Hill
Published: 19.3.2015
Originally Slavic fortified settlement, then castle, today memorial place with a park from where you get the vista of Cesky Tesin, and the Slezske and Moravskoslezske Beskydy.

CZ, Milotice – Baroque Fairy-Tale
Published: 18.3.2015
A trip to Buchlov castle was so enchanting we decided to spend another weekend at Czech castles and chateaus. This time we decided Milotice set closer to us. The chateau is located at the edge of the town bearing the same name.

SK, Haluzice: Church, Gorge, Observation Tower - VIDEO
Published: 17.3.2015
Slovakia is a beautiful land. We became convinced of this on our one-day trip. We started in a small village of Haluzice near the district town of Nove Mesto nad Vahom.

United Arab Emirates IV: Al Ain
Published: 16.3.2015
Today I am about to visit Al Ain oasis. Its name means “a spring”. After my journey to the second largest city of the Abu Dhabi emirate, I pass by couple of camel race tracks. These used to be some very popular races.

China: Studies - Xiamen II: When the Trip Starts with a Funeral...
Published: 14.3.2015
Before I traveled to China, I had noticed weird mostly roundish buildings on various ad posters. I didn’t understand why would anyone build something like this.

Iran, Tehran – Largest West Asian City III
Published: 13.3.2015
Last week, we had this first glimpse of Iranian capital, Tehran, today we continue in this journey.

CZ, Buchlov Castle –  Preserved Medieval Beauty
Published: 12.3.2015
Today we travel to medieval times to Buchlov Castle set on the hill of the same name. This monumental royal castle is close to the town of Buchlovice, Uherske Hradiste district. The town is known also for the baroque chateau of Buchlovice with its vast park.

CZ, Plzen – European Capital of Culture II.
Published: 11.3.2015
Last week, we visited the European Capital of Culture for 2015 – Plzen. Today we continue in the tour of the city. We focus on experiences and events you shouldn’t miss.

SK, Cicmany: Not Just Beauty of Folk Architecture– VIDEO
Published: 10.3.2015
One of the Slovakia’s most beautiful villages is Cicmany. There widely popular for their wooden houses with typical white ornaments that look like embroidery. There is much more Cicmany can offer to local visitors as well as those coming from afar.

United Arab Emirates III: Abu Dhabi
Published: 9.3.2015
It is hard to record what was happening, there was so much. I am traveling again. This time I am about to enjoy the panorama in the luxurious seven star hotel Emirates Palace. Dubai has a fabulous hotel Burj al Arab and Abu Dhabi wants to have a hotel of fairy tales as well. Dubai is reaching high height, the miracle in Abu Dhabi is massively long.

China: Studies - Xiamen: Gulangyu Island
Published: 7.3.2015
When we peaked out to the street in the morning, it was truly alive. The digger was demolishing houses, and people were engaged in their work. I sought to protect my breakfast against omnipresent dust. It was clear now what we would do on that day. We had to get as far as possible.

Iran: Tehran – West Asia’s Largest City II
Published: 6.3.2015
Last week, we learned some bits about Iran. Today we continue in tis journey by going to the capital - Tehran.

SK, Small Carpathian Mountains: Rostun – Extraordinarily Beautiful Nature
Published: 5.3.2015
At the end of winter we set off to see the Natural Reservation of Rostun, in the Small Carpathian Mountain. We entered through the town of Plavecke Podhradi. All what we have seen is on the lines below.

CZ, Plzen – European Capital of Culture I
Published: 4.3.2015
In the west Czech Republic, an extraordinary city boasts with rich history, interesting tourist attractions, and cultural experience. The city is Plzen.

Srí Lanka VII: Poya Festival and Buddhist Temples - VIDEO
Published: 3.3.2015
The last day in the countryside of Sri Lanka was just in the day of the last full moon of the year celebration. I desired to celebrate with locals. I was in a non-tourist area. So I could rent a tuk-tuk for whole for great price, and with kind driver. I asked him to ride me to the first temple of the day. Hundreds people in white welcomed me, and thousands incense sticks and numerous flowers as well...

United Arab Emirates II: Dubai - Bastakiya
Published: 2.3.2015
I go on to the district of Bastakiya. This neighborhood preserves the memory of old sea port of Dubai as there are typical Arab houses surrounded with high walls. Hopefully, they will manage to preserve these sights for next generations …

China: Studies - Hangzhou II: Unease at Serene Lake
Published: 28.2.2015
We were returning quite disgruntled from the village of Longjing 龙井. The intrusive lady reminded us again that we are still tourists in China – and given my face, I still will be one.

Iran: Yazd – Place of Preserved Persian Culture I
Published: 27.2.2015
Upon trip to Pakistan last week, today we visit its neighbor – Iran.

SR: Martin – Walks in the City II
Published: 26.2.2015
Last week we saw some of the less known sites in Martin, we return to its historic center today.

Belgium: Mons – European Culture Capital
Published: 25.2.2015
In 2015, two European cities were declared the European Culture Capital – Plzen, the Czech Republic, and Mons, Belgium. Today, we visit the latte. We will introduce you the city as for culture, and history, and recommend you some sights worth seeing.

Srí Lanka VII: Mirissa and Matara - VIDEO
Published: 24.2.2015
Finally the sea! One long and tiring bus ride from the mountains, I stepped off the bus in the town of Mirissa. Immediately headed towards a beautiful beach of two kilometers. On the way, I bought myself a "king coconut" (a young coconut with very refreshing water inside it. Then I just relaxed in palm’s shade.

China: Studies- Hangzhou: Trip to the Dragon Well
Published: 21.2.2015
Upon our difficult arrival at Hangzhou 杭州 we had crammed schedule ahead. Right in the morning, we went to explore how to get to our other goal the village of Longjing 龙井 that is famous for its tea plantations.

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