Viagra pills are familiar to literally every man over 30 years old, and their popularity began back in 1990. It was at that time that Viagra was first introduced to the world as a full-fledged cure for problems with male erection. Since then, the popularity of the pills has been kept at a high level, which only confirms its relevance and high efficiency. The demand for the pills is quite simple to explain, because in the world a huge number […]Continue reading
Mexico is a land of vibrant culture, rich history, and stunning natural beauty, making it an ideal destination for tourists seeking an unforgettable experience. Whether you’re looking for relaxation on pristine beaches, adventure in the mountains, or a taste of Mexican cuisine, this diverse country has something to offer.
Mexico’s beaches are world-renowned, and for good reason. The turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. The Riviera Maya, located on the […]Continue reading
Do not go, children, to Africa for a walk
Kenyans go to Africa,
To Africa for a walk!
There are sharks in Africa,
There are gorillas in Africa,
In Africa , the big,
Well, we all remember this famous song of Barmalei, but we won’t listen to him and go for a walk in Africa.
KeniaItak: the country of Kenya is an African country that got its name from the name of its highest mountain.
Kenya has been ruled by the Portuguese since the end of […]Continue reading
The Donlevy River bank of the Don is now the business card of Rostov-on-Don, the largest city in the south of Russia. Once upon a time, this river bank was a grove densely populated with trees. Now the left bank of the Don is a whole recreational complex, including: recreation centers, hotels, cafes, restaurants, a city beach, night clubs. Industrial enterprises are located only on a small part of the coast.
Leberdon is how the residents of Rostov-on-Don call a favorite […]Continue reading
The shore of the Shumak River Almost every year I travel to the Shumak valley of 100 mineral springs. They are located on the territory of the Republic of Buryatia. The springs are hard to reach, located in the heart of the Sayan Mountains. Each source has its own taste, temperature, mineral composition. All sources are different from each other, even if, for example, we take two sources beating from the same griffin.
I make my trips at different times of […]Continue reading
The camp site in the mountains of Eastern Sayan is an unusual and unique tourist base located in a picturesque and inaccessible place at an altitude of 1600 meters above sea level, 180 km from Irkutsk, in the valley of the Shumak River, Eastern Sayan (Okinsky district, Republic of Buryatia).
In conditions of complete remoteness from civilization, there is landscaping at the campsite:
round-the-clock lighting (220V),
electricity is supplied using a solar power plant,
toilets and hot water showers,
What is the difference between a hotel and a hostel? Most people think that the price is always more affordable in the second case. And how much is this true? And how can this savings affect the convenience of living? We will discuss this below.
Let’s make a reservation right away: the difference is comparative. You can always find a good hostel with absolutely free Wi-Fi, cable channels, personal storage, accommodation in a separate room and other amenities. But the price […]Continue reading
Few people will be surprised by a photo next to the Eiffel Tower, but the experience of a two—week life in Paris is quite enough. This is the main idea of slow tourism, or slow tourism: to chase not the number of sights seen, but the quality and fullness of the rest.
At the origins of slow tourism are the terms “slow city” (cittaslow) and “slow food” (slow food). The first appeared as a counterbalance to megacities full of technological progress […]Continue reading
No travel agencies and burning tours
And also no guides. Slow tourists plan the route themselves, adding to the must-see list not popular attractions plastered with instagrammers, but what is interesting first of all to them.
If possible, choose a “slow” transport
Slow tourists don’t like to fly on airplanes. Not because of aerophobia, but because airplanes deprive the anticipation of arrival. Cars or trains are much better in this regard, especially if the path runs along long highways like Route 66 or […]Continue reading
This is a way to relieve stress, not to get it. You will be less nervous if you don’t try to plan every minute of the trip.
This is a way to support small businesses and help preserve local culture. And it’s not just about foreign trips.
They reflect better on the environment and are more environmentally friendly.
They are cheaper if you want.
How to Travel Slowly in practice
Give up superficial tours in the spirit of “five European cities in three days with […]Continue reading