What does a foreigner imagine when thinking of Russia? People that don’t smile, temperatures below zero, infinite vodka… But the reality is very different. We are dissolving these stereotypes with the help of Viktor, a Frenchman who has moved to Saint Petersburg.
We often write about Europe and the Americas, but nearly never about Asia. Time to change it! In this article, we talk about the huge and mighty China and how it feels to live there. Our source is Dima, a designer and the owner of a cool Instagram account who has recently relocated to China.
Festival traveling is a popular trend nowadays! We’ve decided to look at one of the most famous art and subculture festivals in the world – Burning Man – to understand what are the perks of festival traveling.
Snorkeling with sharks, observing the ships going through Panama Canal locks, visiting sites of pirate glory, and dancing on the local festival – all this is the Caribbean! Learn more in our interview with the region expert Ondra!
Java is the most populous island on Earth and the heart of Indonesia. It is also an awesome destination to visit – here you can climb a volcano, see an open-air ballet and visit exotic palaces! Read more about the adventures you can have on Java!
This first installment of our series about Central America – the enigmatic land of volcanoes and Maya and colonial architecture. Ondra, who has spent two months there, tells us what is worth visiting in Guatemala and Costa Rica and gives you an inspiration to explore these places yourself! More countries to come!
The time has come to explore the most mysterious region of Russia – Chukotka, a peninsula located in the Far North-East of the country. Its traditions and nature are fascinating! Our guide to Chukotka will be Timur Akhmetov, an experienced traveler and photographer who loves and knows this region.
Have you ever heard about the lake Baikal? It is considered the world’s deepest and oldest lake. It’s absolutely stunning and totally worth visiting. However, organizing a trip there could be quite a challenge. So if you plan to see Baikal (and you should!), read this interview for useful advice.
Ever asked yourself how would it feel to travel the endless roads of Siberia, Russia? Ever wondered how to arrange such a trip and what to expect? We did. That’s why we’ve decided to ask Dmitri from a Russian travel project “Road man” to share his experience.
How does it feel to relocate to another side of the globe? Nadya grew up in the rainy St.-Petersburg, Russia, but now lives in Santiago de Chile. She has already been enjoying Chilean life for 4 months and has agreed to tell us all about this exotic country!