GUIDEPOST will take yo far and wide through TRAVEL.
After the hurdles my friend and I overcame, I don’t think I was really able to enjoy Paris. I couldn’t properly communicate with the people or understand many of the words aroun me. I’ve realized that although traveling to a country without knowing the language may seem exciting, it can be extremely frustrating.
Did you know that El Escorial was built starting in 1563 to be the final resting place for the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, the father of the Spanish King Phillip II? It was finished in 1584 as not only his palace but as a Hieronymite monastery--hence its somber shadows and design.
One of my unfailing delights of living in Spain, undiminished after 17 years, is the spectacular and varied range of its landscapes and natural beauty. Crammed into the roughly five hundred thousand square kilometres of its bull-hide shaped geography, one goes from the dazzling white villages of the south with immense vistas of olive plantations, red earth under a diamond-hard blue sky, to the vast wheat plains of Castile
"Living and working in an African country is extremely difficult for a European. The challenges you face are many. If you really want to operate in a proper way, you must adapt to the host culture, not forcing it to adapt to us. And this is actually a wonderful journey in an unknown world!"
Tour operator, conservationist, author and photographer, Gianni Bauce from Turin, Italy has always had a passion for learning and sharing the beauty of the world of wildlife: his vivid descriptions, desire to explore, his admiration for his profession, people and places, and the profound values of conservation he holds, and breaths and lives. Gianni has turned his passion for wildlife into a thriving tourism business, African Path Safaris, a success from the very start
Ten a.m. at Madrid’s Estación de las Delicias: a goods train, the Strawberry Train, is about to set off. In the 1850’s the train was the subject of much talk and excitement, described and romanticised by chronicles, poets and journalists. It carried the Royalty and their guests on hunting trips from Atocha station right up to the portals of the Royal Palace in Aranjuez. On their return to Madrid the local borough would present them with asparagus and strawberries and in commemoration of this tradition the hostesses today pass around baskets of strawberries to the tourists on the Tren de la Fresa
Once the exclusive ride of the Spanish royalty and their nobility, the Strawberry Train went past vast strawberry fields! See Train schedule for April, May and June, and September and October.
There are 1052 casetas at the fairgrounds. And what do you do in those tents? Party! To the tune of the sevillana, the Feria's signature cante and baile. Feria's most popullar fare: fino de Jerez, manzanilla de Sanlucar, rebujito, pescaito frito, tortilla, jamon iberico, gambas de Huelva. Shake well then throw romance into the mix
Post-Byzantine churches in Voskopoja and Vithkuqi, ALBANIA; Historic Center of Vienna, AUSTRIA; The Buzludzha Monument, BULGARIA; David Gareji Monasteries and Hermitage, GEORGIA; Constanta Casino, ROMANIA; The Prinkipo Greek Orphanage, Princes’ Islands, TURKEY; Grimsby Ice Factory, UNITED KINGDOM