Authors find their inspiration from the surroundings. If you love great works of fiction or want to understand the works at a new level, you’d love to take a London literary tour. From Chaucer to Dickens, Shakespeare to Virginia Woolf, London has provided inspiration (and a home) to some of the English language’s greatest writers. You can venture a walk on your own and explore at your leisure or you can sign up for an organized walking tour.
Are you thinking about spending Christmas in Scandinavia? Here’s a quick journey of the places to visit.
Would you like to experience local Christmas traditions in Scandinavia? While they may share some seasonal customs, all Scandinavian countries have individual beliefs and their own unique ways of celebrating the holidays. Let’s take a look at three of the wonderful holiday countries
Southeast Asia offers wonderful treks and Eco adventures:that include spending days walking through the dense rainforest, spotting spectacular wildlife, learning about tribes who live in the remoter areas, and often staying with them in their homes and sharing their meals. The following suggestions give these opportunities to enjoy the communities you visit while they mutually benefit from your presence.
The mystic and magic of Thailand (previously known as Siam) remains part of this country’s aura ever since the dawn of civilization in Asia. This amazing place also inspired the Rodger and Hammerstein’s King and I classic musical. Today we are still drawn to this beautiful complex country with its many layers of culture. Thailand is called the golden land, not because there is precious metal buried underground but because the country gives off a certain luster. From the fertile rice fields of the central plains to the sandy beaches, visitors receive warmth and hospitality from its people.
Celebrating Christmas in England started over one thousand years ago.Christmas celebration began when Christianity arrived on its shores. And as one of the two most holy festivals in the calendar – the other was Easter – Christmas in England was celebrated with solemnity and fasting and prayer, culminating finally in the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.