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30 July 2021

These photos show a glimpse into a magical forest of fireflies

Nature has many beautiful phenomenons, one of which is hotaru (firefly) season in Japan. The season lasts from around May to July in different regions of Japan, […]
30 July 2021

Top 10 attractions in Brunei

Brunei is a tiny nation on the island of Borneo, surrounded by Malaysia and the South China Sea. It’s known for its beaches and biodiverse rainforest. […]
30 July 2021

Iran’s Hawraman/Uramanat cultural landscape gains place on UNESCO World Heritage List

On Tuesday during the latest UNESCO World Heritage Committee held in Fuzhou, China, the organisation added Iran’s Hawraman/Uramanat cultural landscape to its list of world heritage […]
30 July 2021

Travel restrictions in the US to remain active until further notice due to surge in delta variant cases

On Monday July 26th, White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that international travel restrictions would continue until further notice. The White House cited an increase […]
30 July 2021

This is Britain’s favorite cocktail – and how to make it

Summer’s here – even though the sun doesn’t always seem to be aware of that fact – and that means we can relax a little more […]
30 July 2021

Discover the Dubuisson Beerstorium in Belgium

The Dubuisson Brewery prides itself on being Wallonia’s oldest brewery that is still in operation and claims to be one of the most authentic and innovative. […]
30 July 2021

10 Netflix series to watch this summer holidays

Travel advisories around the world these days are like the weather: you don’t know what to expect from one day to the next. With vaccination campaigns […]
30 July 2021

New electric airplane to make its first flight this year

Eviation Aircraft has a model aircraft that promises 1,000 kilometers of flight time running exclusively on electricity. The plane from the Israeli company Eviation has attracted […]
29 July 2021

UK trials eco labels showing sustainability of food products

From September the UK is trialling a new way to show the sustainability of food products which will hopefully be rolled out across the rest of […]
29 July 2021

5 new sites named UNESCO World Heritage

On Saturday 14th July UNESCO World Heritage held its 44th session online, chaired from Fuzhou in China, during which the Arab and Europe regions received five new […]
29 July 2021

World’s first 3D printed steel bridge opens in Amsterdam

Amsterdam has installed the world’s first 3D printed steel, built to withstand heavy pedestrian traffic. The bridge was installed over the Oudezijds Achterburgwal canal in Amsterdam’s […]
29 July 2021

John Muir. Father of the National Parks

John Muir, known as the Father of the National Parks, lived all through Queen Victoria’s reign to the start of World War I. He emigrated aged […]
29 July 2021

Did you know that seagrass can help fight climate change?

Seagrasses don’t get as much attention as coral reefs but this elusive, tiny marine plant is at risk, threatened by human activities such as dredging, the […]
29 July 2021

Best riding holidays in Europe

There is a really special bond between animals and people, especially when they spend some time together and go on an adventure. Known from ancient times […]
29 July 2021

Bourgogne des Flandres: House of Flemish beer blending tradition

For any beer lover, a trip to the Belgian city of Bruges is a must. Specifically, a trip to the Brewery Bourgogne des Flandres, to sample […]
28 July 2021

10 Most expensive yachts in the world

Ever wished you could just climb aboard a luxury yacht, forget life’s stresses and sail away into the sunset? Well, if we could, these would be […]
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