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Introduction To Underwater Photography - 3

Introduction To Underwater Photography – How to Snorkel & Take Photos (part 3 of 3) Hi! In the first two parts we have discussed the basic snorkeling equipment, and how to manipulate it. This part should explain the apnea (breath-held) diving as an integral part of snorkeling, Read More

Precious Time Spent in the Glow of Monaco

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
Grace Kelly, the princess of Monaco, left her bright career in Hollywood and moved to Monaco to live a fulfilling life with her prince. When she was offered a role to play in another Hollywood movie, she refused the offer because of her devotion to saving the tiny Principality of Monaco. A fasci Read More

Caldas da Rainha: The Silver Coast's Quiet City

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
At first glance, the city of Caldas da Rainha might just be a quiet crossing to get to other destinations in the Silver Coast of Portugal. However given the chance, Caldas da Rainha proves itself to be more than just its red brick-tiled roofs and aging white facades. The cracks on the walls tell man Read More

Tokyo, Japan: Facts, Travel, and Points of Interest

Written by Collins Obara
Are you planning on taking a trip[ to Japan? If so, Tokyo should be on your list of "do not miss" cities to visit. Ranked among the busiest commercial towns in the world, Tokyo was previously referred to as Edo before its name was changed back in 1867. Located in the heart of Japan an Read More

Yosemite: The Approach to the Valley

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
When I set out on the long excursion that finally led to California I wandered afoot and alone, from Indiana to the Gulf of Mexico, with a plant-press on my back, holding a generally southward course, like the birds when they are going from summer to winter. From the west coast of Florida I crossed Read More

Lisbon Portugal's Beautiful Architecture, Tradition, and Culture (Photos)

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
One of the oldest cities in the world, Lisbon gives nothing less than literally historical periods-worth of architecture, tradition, and culture for anyone to immerse in. Surrounded by the deepest blues of the Atlantic Ocean and rifted beautifully by the calm Tagus River, Lisbon is a majestic sight Read More

The Importance of Good Grammar in Writing

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Proper grammar is an essential element of any writing. Notwithstanding a writer displaying creativity to a high level, they must ensure that their work is void of grammatical errors. The impression a reader gets when he detects poor grammar is not appealing. The reader is frequently put off and will Read More

The Modification of Technology

If there is one thing I have noticed about Technology is that, it keeps modifying itself. We all ask ourselves, "What Is Technology" ? and do we ever get to conclusions and answers about it? , I doubt it. Well, I for one think it's remarkable. It delivers and it disappoints. It Read More

The various stages in the historical development of water supply in Epeilo, Otukpa, Ogbadibo Local Government Area of Benue State

Written by Ekoja Okewu
CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION Introduction       This chapter lays the foundation to the historical development of water supply in Epeilo, Otukpa, Ogbadibo Local Government Area of Benue State from 1970 to 2015. It also encompasses the backgroun Read More

A Time to Love and a Time to Walk

Written by Aska Makori
I remember this one time I was in a bus headed back home; I stay in Mwiki which is a three hours drive from where I work. I love sitting by the window so that I can stare through at how people are living their lives out there, look at the big mansions on the way then try and imagine how beautiful th 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

Mistakable Words: There, They're, and Their

Written by Cachline Etienne
English can be very difficult when writing. Several words may sound the same but have different definitions. Hence, one must be very careful when writing as these mistakes are easy to make. If you’re not sure which word is correct for your message, it doesn’t hurt to do a quick Google ch Read More