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Interviews Lifestyle

How a shy French boy became an international Flamenco master

By on 22nd April 2017

‘No entiendo Ingles’ was the response from the Spanish Flamenco artists we asked for this interview. There was one guy however who responded positively: Manolo Punto. Though his name sounds Spanish, he turned out to be French and was born in Paris. That doesn’t mean he’s not as passionate…


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Art & Design Interviews Lifestyle

‘There were only twenty centimeters between the train and me’

By on 13th April 2017

At a point in time Southern French city Montpellier was one of the graffiti capitals of Europe, but then the city tried to bring…

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Interviews Lifestyle

‘On the first day alone we collected 100 kilos of wasted food’

By on 6th April 2017

Every week Romanian psychology student Ioana Man and her team roam the local market to pick up the produce the market vendors can’t sell…

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Gastronomy Lifestyle

Danish chef creates ‘Airbnb of dining’

By on 1st April 2017

What better way to taste the local cuisine than though a home cooked meal by an actual local, right? Exactly. That’s what Danish chef…

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Interviews Lifestyle

‘I even saw a girl giving a blowjob inside the club once’

By on 28th March 2017

A historic city center, the oldest still working astronomical clock in the world, cheap booze and countless bars and clubs; Prague has it all….

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Holidays Working & Living

Happy Mafia Victims Memorial Day

By on 21st March 2017

Spring advent is the symbol of change, not only for nature, but especially for people’s minds.  In Italy we also renew our search for…

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Architecture Art & Design

The building that ‘sings’ in the rain

By on 16th March 2017

We all feel a little down sometimes when it rains, but Dresden has a building that might cheer you up when it starts pouring….

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Photography

The prescious decay of an abandonded Orient Express train

By on 9th March 2017

The Orient Express once was the most luxurious way of travel between countries in Europe. From 1883 till 2009 the passenger train service rode…

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Lifestyle

Manchester announces plan for first LGBT retirement home

By on 23rd February 2017

More good stuff from Manchester. Its city council has revealed a plan to build the UK’s first retirement community aimed at the aging LGBT…

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Architecture Travel

Funny one-star reviews of famous landmarks: Rome

By on 18th February 2017

Rome is basically a big open air museum. Everywhere you look there’s history to be seen, but unfortunately not everyone can appreciate it. Just…

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