Europe

Climb the Caucasus & Have A True Adventure

Georgia is built upon the Caucasus Mountains. It’s a well-known fact that white people love mountain climbing. Another well-known fact, white people are Caucasians. Yes sir, Caucasus region is the birthplace of the white folk, but Georgia is esteemed for its hospitality, so everyone’s welcome. Frankly, Georgia is a popular climbing destination for the Europeans. …

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The Five Best 2012 End of the World Adventures

  As any rational person will tell you, the end is near. All the signs are there: the Mayan calendar is coming to an end, our geomagnetic field is getting weaker, Nibiru is getting closer, and perhaps the most telling sign of all, Hollywood made a movie about it. But just because we all may suffer …

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Life’s a Game: Playing Encounter/Skhvatka in Eastern Europe

Eastern Europe is best known for its chess-playing bears, Trololo singers, and steadfast supply of movie bad guys between the years of 1960 and 1996. But, Eastern Europe has also been the place of origin to some of the most imaginative games on the planet. Take Russian Roulette for example; a wholesome game of chance …

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Turn Elegance Into A Sport: London’s Chap Olympiad

Whereas most sports focus on endurance, toughness, and speed, the Chap Olympiad revives the forgotten art of flamboyance. Great achievement in the sporting events of the Chap Olympiad take second place to style. And as the founder of the games, Gustav Temple, points out, “A chap will sacrifice a good sporting performance for the sake of an …

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Visiting the Hippodrom for Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest, known by many as the most unforgettable event they don’t remember, is an annual two-and-a-half week festival in Munich where boisterous Bavarians and trepidatious travelers get together to let down their hair, pull up their stockings and drink, drink, drink. A defining feature of Oktoberfest is the 34 beer tents that surround the inner …

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