Discover the secrets of Africans
Not only the rich chocolate color of the skin of African people, but also their anatomical features sometimes surprise and cause a lot of questions ... Discover the secrets of…

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The tallest skyscraper in the world: what you need to know about visiting Burj Khalifa
The Burj Khalifa skyscraper is the tallest building in the world, which is located in Dubai. Its height is 828 meters. The construction of the Burj Khalifa lasted 6 years…

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Season of jellyfish in Tunisia
Every year, more and more jellyfish are found off the coast of popular resorts: an increase in water temperature and its pollution have an effect. Meetings with these marine life…

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Where to buy insurance for travel abroad?

Before you start traveling abroad on your own, many tourists visited popular resorts with package tours, the cost of which always includes medical insurance …Where to buy insurance for travel abroad? Tour operators usually arrange for their customers the cheapest insurance that does not cover the costs in the event of an accident. Tourists consider the insurance a “divorce” and, organizing the rest on their own, they make it out only when it is necessary for obtaining a visa. Continue reading

Turkey
Now in Turkey almost every hotel works with Russian tour operators and tourists, especially as regards the Antalya coast, which is the most popular among Russians ...Turkey Today we will…

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The Sea of Azov: ten interesting and little-known facts
Much has been written about the rest on the Sea of ​​Azov, its advantages and disadvantages are described in detail ...The Sea of ​​Azov: ten interesting and little-known facts. However,…

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From Koh Samui to Singapore - how to get there?
Some Russian tourists vacationing on the popular Thai island of Koh Samui are interested in questions - how to get from Koh Samui to Singapore, and whether there are excursions…

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12 airplane situations that people have to face
In the days of the first planes, the novice pilots were teased with “sticky asses.” Couples of castor oil, which served as lubricant for the engines, provoked light diarrhea in…

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