Festivals and Lifestyle

From traditional festivals and lifestyle events to urban concerts and hippy gatherings. Every culture has its celebrations and holidays that are common in specific parts of the world, countries or even just small regions or villages.

Did you know that in Thailand has its own New Year party in April that lasts for 3 days? It’s celebrated with water guns and paint. Although, this holiday is great fun you need to be careful if you decide to visit. The reason is drunk drivers and craziness on the streets.

Some traditions are amusing, some are bizarre. No matter the nature or roots most festivals are well worth visiting.

Tomatina to Burning Man – the crowd and the vibe will keep you alive. We provide tips and hints on the events to visit, as well as how to “survive” some of them. We also explain how you should prepare for the event before you go and what you should do when you get there.

Tbilisi nightlife – what are the best clubs?

Tuesday, August 24, 2021 Festivals and Lifestyle by Ani

Georgia’s capital and largest city Tbilisi is situated on the banks of the Mtkvari River. This city has a population of approximately 1,5 million. It is well-known for its unique architecture, which reflects the city’s history. It is home to a diverse mix of modernist, neoclassical, and Stalinist structures. It’s not surprising that Tbilisi is undoubtedly the most dynamic city in the Caucasus. Here, the Caucasian tradition mixes with modern life. The architecture of the old city, which is made up of old buildings and buildings from the communist era, is even more captivating than the modern one.
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10 Best Record Shops in London

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 Festivals and Lifestyle by admin

London is one of the World’s best cities for vinyl lovers, for both a cheap bargain, and for those looking for rare collectables.

There are dozens of record shops dotted in and around the capital, covering every kind of genre imaginable.

From the very high-value soul and funk 7”s and vintage rock LPs to the dusty shelves with 50p bargain finds, we take a look at some of my favourite record shops in London (in no particular order).

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5 tips on how to survive and actually enjoy Songkran

Friday, April 15, 2016 Festivals and Lifestyle by admin

Happy New Year!

Yes, it’s April and I mean what I say.

As Thai Buddhists celebrate the New Year, the Land of Smiles turns into a water-splashing crowd.

Official Thai New Year’ Day is 13 April every year, but the celebrations normally start on the 12th and don’t stop until the 16th.

And that’s when the Songkran festival begins.

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