10 things to do in Russia if you love nature

Guest post by Victoria Moretti Globeteller for a day Due to the extent of its territory, Russia offers plenty of outdoor activities in direct contact with nature, from mountain to sea, from volcanoes to canyons, lakes, rivers and geysers. We have choosen for you our top 10 must-see activities for nature lovers who visit Russia:…
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Around the World in 7 playgrounds

Guest post by Mary Franzoni Travel blogger – playground expert playgroundaroundthecorner.com When we think of a playground, the image we get is usually that of slide, swing and maybe rocking horses. But the playground is actually much more: a creative and exciting place that is often suitable to entertain grown-ups as well as children. Worldwide,…
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The forbidden traditional Japanese tattoos

Every year, in Tokyo, during the third weekend of May, there is the Sanja Festival, one of the most famous Shinto celebration in Japan, created to honor the three fishermen who erected the Sensoji temple after having caught a golden statue of Buddha instead of a fish in a river. Three days of music and…
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China: the Harbin Ice Festival

Spring is knocking on our doors, and also this year the Harbin Ice Festival is coming to an end. The mild temperatures of the new season will soon completely melt the sculptures that for two months have made this town a unique place in the Asian world. Now in its thirtieth edition, the festival has…
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