Posts Categorized: Culture

Marseille: The Perfect City in France for Business or Leisure

Paris may be one of the most popular cities to visit in the world, but there is another beautiful city in France that is also a great tourist spot, the city of Marseille. Marseille is the 2nd largest city in France. The Mediterranean city is known for its famous port and is home to an…


One in a Million – Lottery-Winning Globetrotters

Staying on budget is usually the top priority when people plan holidays and extended trips. When I traveled around Europe and the Middle East for nine months, I had a respectable — but far from extravagant – amount of savings and I was aware of the fact that if I strayed from my budget too…


Malaria: Symptoms and Prevention for Travel

Malaria is a disease carried by Mosquitoes that can be fatal if left untreated. Mosquitoes bite humans and take blood. Therefore an infected Mosquito can transfer the parasite into the blood stream. The parasite is called Plasmodium, and there are many different types of the parasite, but only five will cause Malaria. The disease if…


Four Things to Do in St. Louis in 2017

German philosopher Friedrich Engels once wrote to a friend, “That you are going to America is bad, but I really don’t know what other advice to give you. Outside of New York, the only endurable place is St. Louis.” His words may be a bit harsh, but they speak to St. Louis’ power to win…


Dogs Prove To Have Better People’s Intuition Than You’d Think

If you’re a pet owner, you’ve probably long suspected that your furry friend is pretty insightful, and now a new study has shown just how canny that canine of yours could be. It’s been shown that dogs are capable of recognizing whether someone is a nice person, more specifically, they can tell whether a person is being horrible to another…