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Solo Female Travel: How Does A Single Woman Travel Alone

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
How does one become a solo traveler? Is it a personal choice or is it because of those unexpected circumstances or maybe a voice from within saying “Pick up your suitcase, polish your wings and fly away”? Which countries feel more comfy and safe for solo women travelers? These and Read More

The Portuguese Early Gothic Style of the Alcobaça Monastery

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
In the heart of the Oeste Subregion in Alcobaça lies a medieval monastery that embodies everything beautiful about the Portuguese early gothic style, the Mosteiro de Alcobaça. Admiring this grand structure from the outside, ancient stories of love and tragedy are visible in the origina Read More

My Visit to Enchanted Lake Como in Lombardy, Italy

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
Today the air in Lecco is so light, with a fragrant scent of lakeside Alps. The rainbow comes alive after a gentle rain… The sun is shining, illuminating my thoughtful face, generating a tender smile in my eyes. I am sitting in a café admiring the view to the Lake Como. A slice of Read More

Istanbul's Hagia Sophia: A History of Two Cultures and an Architectural Marvel

Written by Seweryn
Istanbul, one of the most popular cities in Europe for weekend trips, annually hosts over 8 million tourists. This number places it among the ten most-visited metropolises in the world. Located in the area between two continents, Europe and Asia, is this thriving industrial and cultural center. You Read More

Grindelwald, Switzerland: The Best and Most Beautiful Place in Europe

Written by Mark Pringle
Where does one start when describing, quite possibly, the most beautiful place in all of Europe? Do I begin with the luxurious chalets that charmingly clutch verdant mountain slopes? Maybe I should start with a multitude of activities which create an exciting and enjoyable setting. Possibly the Read More

How Malaysia Melted My Heart: Discovering Malaysia

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
“Travel doesn’t become an adventure until you leave yourself behind”- Marty Rubin If one year ago someone told me that I would find myself in faraway Malaysia, this could seem like a real illusion for me. But sometimes even fantasies become realities, and so it happened: in Febr Read More

Peacocks - Strictly for the Birds

Written by Michael Henry
Pavo cristatus or Indian Peafowl are classified as part of the pheasant family and have been admired and revered by many cultures for millennia because of the beautiful plumage displayed by the peacock, the male of the species. The female is the peahen and does not enjoy the same attention due to he Read More

A Brief Look At The Indo-Anglian Literature

  The first Indian poet to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature in the year 1913 is RABINDRANATH TAGORE The first recipient of the Bhartiya Jnanpith  Award is G. SHANKARA KURUP The founder of the Bhartiya Jnanpith is SAHU SHANTI PRASAD JAIN The first recipient of the sahitya Read More

List Of Events In The Life Of Dictionary Johnson

    According to the little Oxford Dictionary is “a book that lists and explains the words of a language or the topics of a subject.”   Chambers defines Dictionary “a book containing the words of a language alphabetically arranged with their meaning, etym Read More

Great Indian Teaching System

  India is a land of many traditions. In an Indian family, when a child is born, on the eleventh day NAMAKARNAM is performed i.e., naming ceremony. After few months ANNAPARSHANAM  - feeding the child with solid food, then after few years on the Navarathri festival or Gurupurnima or on a Read More

Living Current Times With Limited Resources And Self Reliant

Written by Ekoja Okewu
“With Covid-19, I believe its Gods way of telling us only Humans can save Humans with Humanity”-Somya Kedia As a result of the economic crisis created by the pandemic, almost 1.6 billion informal economy workers representing the most vulnerable in the labour market out of a world-wide Read More

Shakespeare's Take on Life's Strength

Life is a struggle-meet it. Or Life is a challenge –face it. Likewise there are many life lessons thought and told by most well experienced people. “”Certain things catch your eye, but pursue only those that capture the heart.” Says an ancient Indian proverb, in today’s Read More