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  • Facts About The Migrant Crisis

    Pro Refugee march in Vienna, Austria, 31 August, 2015 @The Apex Archive

    Pro Refugee march in Vienna, Austria, 31 August, 2015 @The Apex Archive

    Europe is on the midst of the biggest migration crisis since World War II. Although its background can be traced back earlier on, three, four, even more than five years maybe, the situation began to double this year, especially this summer.

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  • Unusual table manner tips from around the world

    photo by Sergio Russo on Flickr

    If you were ever been constantly told to mind your table manners, especially when you’re at someone else’s place, you can forget this piece of advice when you’re traveling. In fact, being careful with dining etiquette is very important when abroad, but when you’re in a country whose culture is very different from your own, one of the first things you have to do if forget the dos and don’ts that you learned as a kind.

    In a foreign country, the food might not be the only thing that’s different – the way you have to eat it is also unexpected. So if you want to avoid looking like a barbarian next time you’re dining out in a foreign country, here are some unusual table manner tips.

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  • 5 reasons why you should travel to Tunisia

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    Less than a year ago, the Tunisian revolution was making headlines all over the world, and although nowadays the situation has quieted down considerably, street protests still occur in the country. But despite the civil unrest, Tunisia is not off limits for tourists, quite the opposite – the newly democratic and dictatorless country is ripe for a new wave of travelers.

    The sand, sun and sea of Tunisia are enough of an incentive for most travelers, but if you’re still on the fence whether or not it’s a good idea to take a trip to this North African country, here are 5 reasons why you should travel to Tunisia.

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  • Top 5 life-changing North African adventures

    Morocco desert

    Much of North Africa has gone through some serious hurdles in the past year or so, which might have put many travelers off going to this part of the world.

    But the political and civil storms in these North African countries is settling down, and and if you are the kind of traveler who likes to make a change in the world as well as have fun, then traveling to North Africa is the best thing you can do right now.

    Countries like Tunisia or Egypt benefit greatly from the income generated by tourism, and they are trying to attract more visitors with lower prices then before. And even if you can make a change, a change might also happen to you. Here are the top 5 life-changing North African adventures that might give you a new perspective on life and its wonders.

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  • 10 cultural mistakes to avoid while traveling

    When you’re traveling to another country, you find yourself in the middle of a different culture, whose conventions, norms and customs might be radically different from your own. It’s only natural that you make some mistakes when your in a foreign place, but there are a few things that can help you cope better with the culture clash. It can save you from a lot of embarrassment (and even trouble, in some cases). So here are 10 cultural mistakes to avoid while traveling.

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  • North African Adventure II: Cultural Attractions

    Natural beauty is one of the major assets of North Africa, but it is neither the only, nor the most important one. Actually, when thinking of North Africa, the first thing that springs to mind is not the landscape (since many people associate this part of the African continent with the Sahara desert), but the fascinating cultures and peoples that live in this place.

    And I say ‘cultures’, because the countries that make up North Africa are very different from each other. The Mediterranean influences in the northernmost countries such as Algeria or Egypt is pretty obvious, but overall, visiting North-Africa can sometimes seem like being transported into a story from the Arabian Nights.

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