Have you ever wondered what happens to your luggage between check-in and the plane and vice versa? Many airports are just enormous so you’ve probably realised the bags have a long way to travel to reach their destinations. What kinds of bags and machines the luggage meets along the way and who handles it? Now you can experience the whole trip thanks to
What are the most amazing hotels in the world, you ask? That’s what we set out to find! We have scoured the world (ok, the web at least) and present you now what we think are the most amazing hotels in the world. With LOTS of photos! The hotels are not listed in the order from the coolest to the
The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) from Mexico to Canada is a 2,650-mile long hike that avoids roads and towns. The hikers stay on remote paths in the wild untamed nature. The travelers carry their own supplies and spend their nights camping along the way. The trail goes through 19 major canyons and crosses over 57 major mountain passes. It also passes
The GO! World poster is one cool invention: a changeable world map poster made of black sticker. The base under the sticker is white so each time you peel open a country you’ve visited, the poster changes. You can also color the white parts with colors if you want to – and choose what the colors mean to you (e.g.
When you hear the word ‘castle’ you might think about an enormous fairytale building where the royals have masquerades and the king promises a half of the kingdom for a future prince. Or then you think about Game of Thrones and other medieval-based images where the slaughtering is being romanticized and fear is constantly present. Well unfortunately, I guess the truth
Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwo’ole (Hawaiian pronuncination: [kəˌmɐkəˌvivoˈʔole], “The Fearless Eyed”), May 20, 1959 – June 26 1997, was a Hawaiian musician, entertainer, and sovereignty activist. His medley “Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World” is probably the most famous piece in his work. Being a very talented Ukulele player and being skilled at combining different genres in his music (such as jazz and reggae) Kamakawiwo’ole had
Our video inspiration today comes from Finland – the country known as The Land of The Thousand Lakes. There are a little over 5.5 million people in Finland and it is often described being, among other things, peaceful and spacious. This beautiful music video captures the mesmerizingly the magical ambiance of the Nordic summers when it never gets dark. You may not
Imagine Manhattan’s skyscrapers were 2-3 times bigger than they are now. Then imagine seeing the whole lower half of Manhattan getting ripped into pieces and sinking into the Atlantic. That’s the scale captured in this video. On May 28, 2008, Adam LeWinter and Director Jeff Orlowski were filming at the Ilulissat Glacier in Western Greenland. By chance, they captured this historic breakup.
The Northern Lights, i.e. Aurora borealis is a phenomenon that occurs at the northern and the southern hemispheres. In the north it is called Aurora borealis and in the south Aurora australis. The auroras have been proven to act alike and have similar shapes and colours at both poles at the same time. Let’s check out a few of the
You’ve decided to take the plunge in the world of travel – congratulations! But wait, have no one to go with? Have no fear, here’s a list of the best places to go to on your first ever solo travel that’s not part of the normal Banana Pancake Trail. Asia Seoul, South Korea Little known for backpackers, this place is