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Italy, Langhirano – Place Prosciutto di Parma is Made
Published: 28.4.2019
ertainly you know the world-famous dried Prosciutto di Parma ham. We bite into these thin slices and set out on a journey through the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna. Our goal was to manufacture this specialty. Together, today, we look behind the scenes of prosciutto - the goodness that the world has fallen in love with.

India – Expedition Tiger: Zone 4
Published: 27.4.2019
Due to the successful morning and afternoon tracking of cubs and we choose zone 4. When we arrive at the place, kittens can be suspected in bushes. Somewhere, some go up and go a little. I don't understand how our guide can predict what the wild cats will do in the next moment.

South Africa – Across Northern Cape II
Published: 26.4.2019
In today's article, we will head back to the South African province of Northern Cape to visit other places of interest. The first will be the Goegap Nature Reserve, where you can enjoy a fun off-road ride while looking at the local fantastic flora. Local vegetation is typical of Namaqualand, a dry region that spans over 400 000 square kilometers spreading between Namibia and South Africa.

Austria, Styria - Biking, Picnics, and Great Events
Published: 24.4.2019
After some considerable time we return to the charming Austrian state of Styria, which has long been a popular tourist destination. This time we will focus on cycling, but we will not miss other interesting activities or events that make Styria special.

Kenya: Mount Kenya National Park – VIDEO
Published: 23.4.2019
One of the most beautiful and perhaps the most surprising places you can visit in Kenya is the Mount Kenya National Park. You can come for a day and watch wild elephants, buffaloes or monkeys in the magnificent mountain forest, or try to conquer the Lenan peak rising to nearly 5000 meters, without need of any special climbing methods.

Malaysia, Melaka – A City of Colonnial Atmosphere
Published: 22.4.2019
The most interesting, most visited and beautiful place in Malaysia. Today we visit a city, which should not be on the list of any traveler. Just two hours southwest of Kuala Lumpur, we meet the city of Melaka, the capital of the Malaysian state of the same name. This historic city was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008.

Italy: Tasting Parma
Published: 21.4.2019
If you visit the Emilia-Romagna region or the area around Parma, you will certainly fall for the temptation lurking at you in the form of famous delicacies. Bite with us to delicious products. Enchanted by the beauties of Parma, we headed for one of the many farms that offers an experience not only for the eyes but also for the taste and smell of the senses.

India – Tiger Expedition: Seeing the Cubs
Published: 20.4.2019
I'm looking forward to seeing what's going on today. So, a quick shower, dental hygiene, grab all the technology and go to the reception. Our jeep is here and with him the whole crew.

South Africa - Across Northern Cape Province I
Published: 19.4.2019
In today's trip to South Africa, we head to the Northern Cape province, known for its primeval wall paintings, off-road safaris, diamonds, and especially the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.

SK, Trstena – Sightseeing I
Published: 17.4.2019
Last week we went together on an excursion to the parish church which we left for the House of Culture. This beautiful and modern building offers spaces for cultural events, concerts or discussions.

Kenya: Fascinating Trip to Tea Factories – VIDEO
Published: 16.4.2019
Already in the last episode you might have learned that Kenya is one of the largest tea producers in the world. Let's now take a look behind the walls of the tea factories where the fascinating transformation from green tea leaves to the form of tea we know in Europe takes place.

Malaysia, Kapas Island – Hidden Treasure
Published: 15.4.2019
A quiet island with white beaches, turquoise sea and an unspoiled underwater world is the dream of each of us. Have you ever heard of this little paradise? Thanks to the white beaches, the island was named Pulau Kapas or "Cotton Island". (Kapas means "cotton" in Malay, Pulau "island").

Italy, Parma III – Gems of Art in Historic Center
Published: 14.4.2019
Italy is a country where we can admire many churches from different periods. Parma itself has over sixty. The city offers visitors an architectural and gourmet experience, which certainly cannot do without visiting a church. The sacral buildings attract not only their spiritual atmosphere, but also their art. Come with us to visit a few of them and learn what art jewels are hiding under their vaults.

India – Tiger Expedition: From Zone to Zone
Published: 13.4.2019
Today we return to the most beautiful area zoneto the Talao Lakes. It is about six o'clock in the morning. Unbelievable, right in front of us, the queen of arid lakes, the tigress Arrowhead, are walking down the road.

South Africa - Stellenbosch and Visiting Penguins
Published: 12.4.2019
Once again we have hand-picked some interesting places in South Africa that are worth a visit.

SK, Trstená – A Cultural Heritage
Published: 10.4.2019
Last week we learned the history of the privileged Orava town of Trstena, and today we will do some sightseeing for we will visit sacral buildings, architectural treasures and modern sights. We will even take you to one beautiful place of pilgrimage.

Kenya: Tea Plantations and Mountains Vistas Around Meru – VIDEO
Published: 9.4.2019
Kenya is one of the largest tea exporters in the world thanks to the British. The local mountains provide the ideal climate for its cultivation; Of course, as a tea lover, I couldn't visit the biggest tea area around Mt. Kenya before I left.

Morrocco, Ourika Valley – Setti Fatma Watefalls
Published: 8.4.2019
Ourika Valley is about 30 km from Marrakesh, literally on the high Atlas. A river of the same name flows through it, creating a narrow valley between the high mountains and a narrow valley on both banks.

Italy, Parma II – Secular Sights in the Historic Center
Published: 7.4.2019
Almost every Italian city boasts an architecturally interesting monument. Parma is no exception. In the city, you can discover a private palace on any corner of one of the wealthy families here. However, today we are heading for the most visited secular monuments of secular architecture in the heart of the city.

India– Tiger Expedition: Observing the Pups
Published: 6.4.2019
This time we visit zone number 6. Nafees found out in the morning that there was a good chance to watch the female T8 Ladli and her kittens. Well, they're teenagers ... Mommy probably killed sambara, so they have a feast. Although who knows, these teenagers are able to catch food alone and are pretty eaters. The tiger can eat up to 30 kg of meat in one day.

South Africa, Bloemfontein – Into the Heart of Free State
Published: 5.4.2019
City of roses. So they call Bloemfontein, the South African city of justice. It is also the capital of the Free State, the original province of Orange. The Free State covers an area of 129,000 square kilometers.

SK, Trstena – Priviledged Orava Town
Published: 3.4.2019
We recently visited a charming Orava town near the Polish border. In the upper part of the Orava Basin, in the valley of the Oravice River, lies the village of Trstená, which pleasantly surprised us with its many unique monuments, interesting history, remarkable personalities and a kind of uplifting atmosphere.

Kenya: Bogoria Lake – Unique Flamingo Paradise – VIDEO
Published: 2.4.2019
Shallow Lake Bogoria is about 50 km from Nakuru, Kenya. It lies in a deep valley surrounded by mountains, offering wonderful views. Especially here you will see a lot of waterbirds, including huge flocks of flamingos.

Morrocco, Ouarzazate – Atlas Film Studios
Published: 1.4.2019
raveling to see movie backdrop is more popular every year, so it's no wonder that the Ouarzazate Moroccan Valley is a sought-after and, most of all, a cheap destination for movie enthusiasts from around the world. Everyone is eager to see and touch the scenery that has played a major role in many series and movies. In the valley you can see real shooting places, such as the historic Kasbah Ait Ben Haddou. Above all, there are large Atlas studios built on the dusty plains of the eastern foothills of the Atlas Mountains.

Italy, Parma I – The History of the Town
Published: 31.3.2019
The most famous Italian city of Emilia-Romagna region, the name of which we associate with the delicious tastes of ham or cheese. This town will offer you not only gastronomic experiences. Before we taste the delicacies of this area, we will bite into exploring the rich history and monuments of Parma.

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