The Up-and-Coming Baltic State, Lithuania

Gaining its independence in 1991, Lithuania has been often grouped together with the Baltic states, Latvia and Estonia. However, Lithuania is slowly becoming a destination on its own. Most visitors would only stick to the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius. But once you venture beyond the capital, that is where you…

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Overcome Your Fear of Sharks by Swimming With Them

According to Australian researchers, it has been found that people who partake in cage-diving with sharks tend to be more likely to support their conservation. 36 people were killed in shark encounters in Australian waters between the years of 1997 and 2017, and it is not surprising that the fear…

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This New Hotel Room Aims to Build Human Connections

Image credit: Kimpton There’s an innovative social experiment hotel room in Los Angeles aiming to build human connections and a greater sense of community. From now till end of November, the social experiment which is named “Room 301” is happening at the Kimpton Everly Hotel. At the same time, you…

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How Travel Improves Your Health

  1. Travel Decreases Stress   Traveling decreases stress by a lot. It has been proven that when travelling, due to you relaxing and chilling out, you will be happier and in-turn decrease your depression. A study discovered that you will be in a better mood, feel well-rested and less…

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What’s the Best Regiment to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Located halfway between the North Pole and Norway, Svalbard (meaning ‘the cold rim’) consists of numerous islands – the largest of which is Spitzbergen – that was settled in the last 200 years when mining and whaling drew settlers to this remote part of the world. Today, the main town,…

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Why Skiing is the Best Form of Exercise

Located halfway between the North Pole and Norway, Svalbard (meaning ‘the cold rim’) consists of numerous islands – the largest of which is Spitzbergen – that was settled in the last 200 years when mining and whaling drew settlers to this remote part of the world. Today, the main town,…

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How Amphibians Conserve Water

Located halfway between the North Pole and Norway, Svalbard (meaning ‘the cold rim’) consists of numerous islands – the largest of which is Spitzbergen – that was settled in the last 200 years when mining and whaling drew settlers to this remote part of the world. Today, the main town,…

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