Kos Island: in the palms of Aphrodite
I walk along the quay of Kos, from the marina, where pretty yachts barely sway on the leash of the yacht, and under their sick sisters, stretched to the land…

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Golden Autumn Pilio
If you get riddled with the expression “velvet season” (you can frown again), and you do not share the excitement of the “budget” public from the post-seasonal price drop, perhaps…

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Hurghada or Sharm el-Sheikh - where to rest better?
Egypt is one of the most popular tourist destinations. The country attracts with its clean and warm sea, the rich underwater world of the east coast and the world's oldest…

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Daios Cove – five stars in the Cretan sky

The largest and most famous Greek island of Crete is also the southernmost European region. In general, the word “most” is often used when it comes to this fabulous island: the most distant from Greece, the most colorful, the most “changeable”, the most “Greek” – Crete carefully preserves the traditions of the past. Continue reading

Mosaic of Central Macedonia

A “fasten seat belt” light came on above the seats, and a few minutes later the liner emerged from the impenetrable shroud. A land appeared, above which clouds hung in shreds of white cotton. Scattered upward, they looked more like smoke from campfires — as if in each flap of an unevenly cut blanket the open fires were simultaneously extinguished. The chassis, touching the ground, as if in syllables, squealed with brakes: “Sa-lo-ni-ki.” The reverse buzzed and the plane rolled smoothly along the strip towards the airport … Continue reading

8 best beaches
For everyone, the perfect beach vacation looks different - some like poorly populated beaches with beautiful landscapes, someone needs favorable conditions for water sports, and others have a large number…

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Egypt hotel rating by tourists
Egypt is one of the most popular tourist destinations, so travelers often face the question of which resort to prefer, or which hotel is better to stay. Most often, the…

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Kos Island: in the palms of Aphrodite
I walk along the quay of Kos, from the marina, where pretty yachts barely sway on the leash of the yacht, and under their sick sisters, stretched to the land…

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Hong Kong opens borders
Imagine living in a huge city, idle for a day in traffic jams, pushing in transport, inhaling exhaust fumes and loading the brain with cuts of meaningless information. And when…

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