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Paris, city of lights

After spending our pre-wedding honey moon in Paris in 2011, we had a chance to discover for ourselves why the French capital is known as the “city of lights”.
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Almaty — the apples capital of the World.

They say that region surrounding Almaty is a “mini Kazakhstan”. Geographically has it all: mountains, steps, desert canyons and rivers. It’s seems to be a perfect destination to start an adventure with Kazakhstan, the beautiful.

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Land of roses and copper-coloured mountains

Berber Villages

Fascinated by the Berber culture and curious about all things Moroccan, we head for a wedding of our dear friends all the way to Marrakesh. The lovely couple planned an impeccable destination wedding in a country of roses. We had a chance to experience the city through their eyes, as we followed carefully planned itinerary almost to the dot. We owe our thanks to April and Tom as they become an inspiration for our climb of the Jebel Toubkal (4,167 metres), the highest peak in Atlas Mountains and in North Africa.

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The Missing Chapters — Sarajevo, Bosnia Herzegovina

‘What’s up with you Balkan people? I’ve never got a chance to study your countries: at school, all my teachers skipped the chapters about you saying your history is too complicated…’ I looked expectantly across the puzzled gazes of my students who came from all over the ex-Yugoslavia. Despite the recent conflicts between their countries, we were all living together under the same roof.
Even though I had been teaching in Macedonia for a few months, my impression of the Balkans was still fragmented. That’s why I decided to spend a week every two months in each Balkan state.
By Francesca Mauri.
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Bloody Thore

Recently we had a visitor passing through Montreal on his round-the-world trip. We first met the traveller, Thore, on a trek to the peak of Kilimanjaro (read full story here) back in 2012. Thore previously was working in Hong Kong before he decided to see the world on a year-long adventure living out of his backpack. He runs a cooking, travelling and exercising blog (Cooking With Friends), which he manages to maintain even while on the road. We caught up with him and partook in his cooking when he stopped by at our temporary kitchen and cooked up a storm. That night also saw the birth of a new cocktail which we describe below. (more…)

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