1.Lavender Fields, France In the summer months, the rolling lavender fields of Provence teem with bright purple blooms as far as the eyes can see. 2.Procida, Italy This tiny island is starcked with charming candy-colored houses set against the brilliant blue backdrop of the Mediterranean. 3. Lake Retba, Senegal Due to its high salt content, […]Read more "10 Most Colourful places on Earth"
1.Germany As one of the most popular study destinations in the world there are more international students in Germany than in any other country in the European Union (EU) besides the UK, and when you start looking at the facts it’s not hard to see why. Most universities are public and free to attend for […]Read more "Top 5 countries to study abroad"
Rome, Italy Experience la dolce vita in all of its forms in Rome, a capital with seemingly endless sights, sounds and tastes worthy of a return trip. After requisite visits to the Pantheon and Colosseum, perk up with an espresso at Caffe Sant’Eutachio or try your luck at Settimio al Pellegrino: When you ring their […]Read more "TOP 10 CITIES! THE BEST PLACES TO VISIT"
The British Flag: a Symbol of Unity The Union Jack is a transnational flag full of historical significance. It represents the union of different countries and the growth of a family of nations whose influence extends far beyond the British Isles. This far-reaching influence is still seen today in the incorporation of […]Read more "The Union Jack"
1.Kilkenny, Ireland On the banks of the River Nore in the province of Leinster, Kilkenny is often referred to as a city though it is the size of a large town. Its heritage is on display in the form of Kilkenny Castle, St Canice’s Cathedral and its medieval walls. 2.Lech, Austria A fashionable Austrian ski […]Read more "The 10 most beautiful towns in Europe"
Every year on March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. What began as a religious feast day for the patron saint of Ireland has become an international festival celebrating Irish culture with parades, dancing, special foods and a whole lot of green. St. Patrick’s Day is the one […]Read more "ST. PATRICK’S DAY"
History Of Afternoon Tea Tea consumption increased dramatically during the early nineteenth century and it is around this time that Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford is said to have complained of “having that sinking feeling” during the late afternoon. At the time it was usual for people to take only two main meals a […]Read more "History Of Afternoon Tea"