Travel and Leisure

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

Tips and Tricks to Learning European Portuguese

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Learning Portuguese, or most foreign languages for that matter, is not the easiest task that one can embark on. There are several challenges, but with the right information and a little dedication, you can learn the language of Portugal. Spelling and Pronunciation The first tip to learning Por Read More

The Nupe Tribe of Nigeria

Written by Omotayoty
The Nupe people are a tribe of people located in the small town of Bida, Niger State, Nigeria. The town of Bida is the world headquarters of all Nupe speaking people and consists of people from different parts of the state.  The town is ruled by a supreme ruler who is the Emir, and known in Read More

Trolltunga: The Most Beautiful Ledge in the World

Written by Seweryn
Trolltunga is the most spectacular rock ledge in the world and one of the most iconic places in Norway. You may not be familiar with the name, but you will undoubtedly recognize this place by the photos. Trolltunga is a small rock with a fantastic view that grows from the majestic Skjeggedal mountai Read More

Porto: A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Towering cathedrals, a vibrant cityscape, a spectacular wine region to the East, and, a collaboration of old, dilapidated, and new architecture create possibly the best city in Portugal, Porto. This large Portuguese city of Porto (second in size after Lisbon) straddles the Douro River Read More

The Trees of Yosemite Valley

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
The most influential of the Valley trees is the yellow pine (Pinus ponderosa). It attains its noblest dimensions on beds of water-washed, coarsely-stratified moraine material, between the talus slopes and meadows, dry on the surface, well-watered below and where not too closely assembled in groves t Read More
Salinas de Rio Maior: Portugal's Living Salt Museum
by SodaCoffee Staff
Budapest Facts, Travel and Points of Interest
by Kanchana Rao
Vancouver British Columbia Sights, Facts and, Points of Interest
by Swati Bisht
Is Portuguese Food as Good as the Portuguese Think It Is
by Mark Pringle
The Vivacious Town and History of Granada Spain
by Mark Pringle
One Day is Not Enough at Grand Canyon National Park (Facts and Photos)
by Mark Pringle
Camping at Chitkul: Last Himalayan Hamlet Near the Indo-Chinese Border
by saptami
Beauty and Attractions of Plitvice Lakes National Park in Croatia
by SodaCoffee Staff
Jordan: The Country With a Beautiful Culture
by Lilit Mkrtchyan
Manuel Antonio National Park
by SodaCoffee Staff
Zagreb, Croatia: Things to Do, Getting Around, Nightlife, & More
by Seweryn
Guilin and Lijiang River National Park
by SodaCoffee Staff
Jungfraujoch: Top of Europe and Highest Train Station in Europe
by SodaCoffee Staff
My Birthday Tour of Geneva's Attractions and Sparkling Lake
by Lilit Mkrtchyan
The Untold History and Love Story of the Taj Mahal
by saptami
Toledo Spain: History's Meeting Point of Past and Present
by SodaCoffee Staff
Torres Vedras: Portugal's Enchanting Area That is Steeped in History
by SodaCoffee Staff
Salir do Porto Portugal and its Family Friendly Beach and Boardwalk
by SodaCoffee Staff
Porto: A UNESCO World Heritage Site
by SodaCoffee Staff
Portugal's Fragas de São Simão
by SodaCoffee Staff


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