When we went to Ireland first time, we took a taxi at the airport. The taxi driver was speaking a language I didn’t understand so I thought it could be Irish language. Then we figured out he was speaking English with super strong accent that it was almost impossible to understand. (more…)
Northern Cyprus maybe not very well known for historically & geographically, however it hosts a lot of ancient cities and settlements.
There’s huge history lies up in the territory of Cyprus.
I have to add that this lonely country is not recognised officially accept Turkey and there are a lot of debate is still going on.
Read more about Northern Cyprus here.
Kachhi Ghodi is an Indian folk dance that originated in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. It has since been adopted and performed throughout the rest of the country.
When I was visiting Dilli haat in New Delhi, I had the chance to get this private show of a Kachhi Ghodi dancer & his musician.
More information is here.
If ever happen to you passing through Ireland, don’t forget to stop by Blarney Town where there’s located Blarney Castle & Gradens.
To be honest, I’m amazed by this garden more than the Castle. Blarney Gardens contain huge collection of specimen trees, many of them rare and unusual which come from all around the world. Each corner of the Garden is just amazing. I think you will know what I mean after watching the video 🙂
Recently it has become so popular a small village called Marinaleda in Spain as a “communist utopia”, and went viral on the internet their economic model. Everybody started to think (and wished) if it was true there is left an anti-capitalist place in the world.
So we headed to Marinaleda to see if that was true.
Check out more here.
This’s the third year, I attend to Venice Carnival. Approximately 3 million visitors come to Venice every year for the Carnival. People has a lot of questions such as when it’s held, when the carnival started, what’s the meaning of the masks? (more…)