Ahh Spring. Thoughts of flowers, sunshine, warmth, and happy feelings. If you’re a student or teacher and need some ideas for your Spring Break coming up, why not go somewhere with tons of blooming floral to see? Here are five of the best places to see flowers on your break. [...]
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Adventure craving vagabonds like ourselves couldn’t ask for a crazier way to travel than the Rickshaw Race. Forget traditional bus rides, these high speed “pimpin” lawn mowers race across 35,000 kilometers of Indian landscape – all in the name of charity. If you think of it, this is the way [...]
It doesn’t matter where you come from, in every corner of the world you can find people who like to party. While the types of parties differ depending on the location, certain pockets of this amazing planet are beacons for wild behavior.
For whatever reason — be it the universal recogniton of the passage of time, or the fundamental human urge to party — virtually every culture on Earth observes the arrival of the New Year in some capacity.
Soccer/football (depending on where you’re reading this from) is the most popular sport on the planet. What makes it so popular is that all you need is a ball to play, so every country
If you grew up celebrating Christmas, it can be a bit of a downer to find yourself alone in a hotel room on Christmas Day, reminiscing over past Christmas celebrations, and missing your friends and
While in the throes of travel, you may find yourself bouncing from nightclub to nightclub (or, hilariously known as Discotheques in
For the working person there is one word that brings more pleasure to the ears than any other, and that is the word VACATION! All over the world people are counting down the days and
Sports unite people to come together in support of their favorite team. There is no better place to do this than the thrilling atmosphere of your team’s home stadium. While stadiums can range in size
Though Halloween is widely considered an American holiday, many of the festivities that culminate around the last day of October have been ‘borrowed’ from other cultures over the years. Jack-o’-lanterns, for instance, originated in Ireland