Rest in Karelia
We very carefully chose a place to relax, preferably on the river and in comfortable conditions. At first they wanted to go to Finland, but settled on Karelia. There are…

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Sri Lanka - the island of elephants, tea and Buddhism
The island of Sri Lanka is rightly called the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Even in ancient times, Greek sailors, admiring the indescribable beauty, called it “Taprobana”, which means “cinnamon…

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Sukko: rest in 2012
You can tell a lot about Sukko, such a resort. In the framework of this article I will try to discover what an active and beach holiday in Sukko is…

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Where can I spend my summer vacation in Russia?

It’s time for holidays, suitcase mood, tanning and spending earned money for the year – this, of course, is summer. Suppose you decide to spend your vacation without leaving your homeland. Then let’s find out where this is done especially well and where to go on holiday in Russia?

With all the diversity of overseas resorts, the popularity of the Black Sea is unlikely to run out. Every year, service is getting better, and coastal zones are developing rapidly. Black Sea resorts can already compete on equal terms with overseas coastal settlements. The choice of a tourist offers a large number of different offers for housing and entertainment. And the climate of the Black Sea coast contributes to bronze tanning and swimming in the gentle warm sea. Continue reading

Family holidays in winter
Rest is truly considered rest when the whole family is assembled! Whatever place you want to rest, it will still be boring and sad if you don’t have people close…

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Rest in cottages
A very common way to spend holidays abroad is to rent a cottage in some environmentally friendly region of your own country or neighboring countries. Moreover, wealthier residents are even…

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Sri Lanka - the island of elephants, tea and Buddhism
The island of Sri Lanka is rightly called the pearl of the Indian Ocean. Even in ancient times, Greek sailors, admiring the indescribable beauty, called it “Taprobana”, which means “cinnamon…

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