When planning a vacation in Thailand, you should be prepared for its changeable weather, especially if you are going on a trip in the summer months or early autumn – the period when the most rainfall occurs throughout the country. Of all resorts, the most comfortable climate in Pattaya is why it is so popular among vacationers. The rainy season in Pattaya lasts for months from May to the end of October.
Last September, there are often last minute packages at low prices, and many tourists go on vacation to discover this amazing country. And they succeed, because the rains here, though torrential, are short-lived. Of course, you cannot rest on the beach, but you do not need to sit out at the hotel either. We offer several options for what to do in the rain in Pattaya.
Discover Thailand’s culinary traditions
Thai cuisine combines fresh exotic foods, aromatic herbs and spicy spices. Pattaya has many colorful cafes and cozy restaurants where you can try traditional dishes: Continue reading
Thailand is considered to be a traditional country of beach relaxation, where on the picturesque islands among palm trees you feel like in a Bounty advertisement. But the opportunities for recreation in this country are much wider. In order to understand that Thailand is not only a country for a trip to the sea, but also a place full of urban life, tourists should visit Bangkok.
Exploring the sights of Bangkok
If you want to relax in Thailand, but not with the aim of lazily basking on the beach, and get acquainted with the dynamic everyday life of the Asian metropolis – it’s time to go to Bangkok.
The capital of Thailand may not be the only city on your itinerary. Therefore, to understand what to do in Bangkok one day, explore all its popular attractions. Then you can see more places in a short time. Continue reading
SIGHTSEEING Although the British Isles are difficult to reach from the continent, they have been inhabited since ancient times. Here, since prehistoric times, tin was mined, and the Phoenicians and Greeks called them Tin Islands. The most amazing and famous monument is Stonehenge. Many legends are associated with it – this is a stone age observatory and a religious monument with an altar and almost an alien cosmodrome.
The Romans founded many cities of present-day Britain, including the capital, London, then Londinius. The Romans failed to conquer all the islands (and they did not need the relatively cold northern lands). To isolate themselves from the barbarians from the north, they built a series of fortifications, the most famous of which was preserved – the Adrian Wall, separating England from Scotland (built by Emperor Hadrian in 122-130). The city gates in Lincoln, the gates in Colchester, the baths in Bath, and the numerous ruins of Roman military fortifications have survived to this day. Continue reading
Nowadays, it seems that the modern world is more than ever open to study. Space exploration, functional gadgets and 3D technology – we have proven that we can do everything. It is difficult to imagine how our ancestors lived on Earth before technological progress.
Although mankind has stepped far forward, many secrets of the ancient world are still beyond our reach. The majestic Stonehenge, the ancient Mayan settlement, the pompous Peter, the grand Terracotta army, the silent “inhabitants” of Easter Island – who and how created these legends, scientists find out to this day. We will tell you about the most impressive places, the appearance of which is attributed to an extraterrestrial character.
Stonehenge Monolith Observatory (UK)
Around the megalithic structure there are many speculations in the circles of researchers. At different times, the creation of the observatory was attributed either to the wizard Merlin, or to the ancient Romans, and some modern scholars believe that Stonehenge is the shrine of the Druids. According to the latest data, Stonehenge is a little younger than the pyramids in Egypt by age. Continue reading
It’s hard to believe, but the famous wizard Harry Potter turned 20 this year! We invite all fans of Joan Rowling and her works to go for a walk in Edinburgh. There, where 20 years ago the story of the wizard boy began, conquering the hearts of millions of readers around the world. We follow in the footsteps of Rowling and take a leisurely walk around Edinburgh!
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1. Enjoy breakfast at The Elephant House
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The Elephant House Cafe is the self-proclaimed “Harry Potter Birthplace”. Located on George Bridge, one of the central walking paths of the capital. In the distant 90s, when Rowling tried hard to make ends meet, she often went to a cafe because of the opportunity to warm up for free and work in a cozy atmosphere. In the “Elephant House” you can find a wall with photographs of Rowling and her quotes. Continue reading