This Guy Visited Every Country On The Planet And Heres His List Of Top 12 Countries To Visit. Gunnar Garfors was recently all over the social media as he became the youngest person at 38 to visit all the 198 countries in the world.
Now, Garfors has put up a list of 12 most wondrous places he visited in his epic journey and tells us why we should write them down in our bucket list. Romania “Transylvania, best known for its castles, mountains, and of course Dracula, will stun you. Not to forget the parties in the capital Bucharest. And Romanians even know how to make great beer” Madagascar “There is no doubt about the French having 'visited'. Iceland “You know that big island in the middle of the Atlantic. Vietnam “The definition of friendliness can be found here. Kyrgyzstan “Stunning nature, colourful markets, and very friendly people, unless they think you are an American pilot who is likely to run away with one of their beautiful girls.
Kiribati “Paradise, like it used to be. New Zealand Nicaragua “This is a very diverse country between Costa Rica and Honduras. Sierra Leone Dominica.
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The offer was shared by MAS via its official Facebook and Twitter accounts, which immediately saw the airlines receiving votes of confidence from Malaysians as well as foreigners. Ineke Muller tweeted, “I must thank you! I always had very nice flights and excellent service with smiling faces…so very sorry for you, I am Dutch.” Alex tweeted, “very unlucky your airline has fantastic service and the company has been ruined by two disasters that were not your fault.”
Rohan Stroud tweeted, “If I had the money, I’d fly with you tomorrow. Responding to MAS’ Twitter account on the offer, Sebastian Trudeau wrote, “Thanks but no.. still flying with you in October and looking forward to it! “It could happen to any airline. Top 10 Funiculars & Cable Cars - Travel. Photo Gallery: America's Best Adventures.
Cities on a budget. The European Voluntary Service (EVS) Lots of students want to spend their year abroad volunteering, but are put off by the costs – how on earth can you live abroad for a year with no money?
I felt the same way, until I found out the European Voluntary Service. I’ve just graduated with a degree in French and Russian, and I’m currently doing a year-long voluntary project in Samara, Russia, working for an international youth exchange charity called Lastochki. Other volunteers I know here are working in kindergartens, hospitals and with disabled people. We’re learning lots, having great fun, speaking Russian all day every day at our projects, and none of us has paid a penny!
So - what is the EVS? EVS is a fully funded volunteering scheme, open to anyone between the ages of 18-30. With EVS, you can go abroad for anywhere between two and twelve months. What can I do? The short answer is…anything! Where can I go? The rules say that you have to either come from a country in the EU or go to a country in the EU (or both!). 1. 2. 3. 21 Amazing Hotels You Need To Visit Before You Die.
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Not everyone can afford holiday in one of these locations, however most of us would love to spend quality time with family or friends in these places. You might want to stay in the room underwater or perhaps enjoy your breakfast from the cave facing the sea. Everyone will find something interesting. 1. Äscher Cliff, Switzerland Website: myswitzerland.com 2. Website: kakslauttanen.fi 3. Website: ladera.com 4. Photographer Jesper Anhede/ www.anhede.se Image credits: Genberg Underwater Hotels/ 5.
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