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6 Vacations For Adrenaline Junkies

Fancy a potentially deadly vacation? We all like risking our lives for great experiences, don’t we?

20 heavenly hideaways you’ve probably never heard of – Part 3

Benguerra Island, Mozambique The second largest island of the Bazaruto Archipelago, Benguerra is characterized by its towering sand dunes, inland lakes and idyllic beaches. It comprises an eclectic mix of forest, savannah and wetland ecosystems that allow it to sustain a diverse population of flora and fauna. A National Park since 1971, there are over 140 bird species that inhabit ...

Review: The Bolivian Diary

The Bolivian Diary (Authorized Edition) By Erenesto Che Guevara Introduction by Fidel Castro Preface by Camilo Guevara Published by Ocean Press, 2008 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of Che Guevara’s fateful campaign to launch a revolution in Bolivia, and overthrow U.S. imposed dictator; General Rene Barrientos. Ernesto Guevara De La Serna, affectionately known to billions as Che (an informal Spanish term ...

A Story Of Heroes – Ecuador After The Earthquake

Unlike many other catastrophic events that have happened all around the world, it seems that Ecuador has been treated differently. But this time, it has been for good. Almost two weeks after the devastating earthquake, it's true that everything seems to be more or less under control but there's still a lot to do. You could say that this is nothing but the beginning for Ecuadorians; who have now become a symbol to believe in hope again.

During the last of the 8 mourning days, many Ecuadorians got out of their houses and walked the streets not only to ask for better rights (as it was the International Worker's Day) but this time, people put that aside and decided to honour the memory of the 660 victims of the earthquake. However, those 660 people are only those who have been identified, there's hundreds of people who are missing still, and thousands of injured people as well.

The greatest surprise has been to see the huge amount of help that Ecuador has been receiving during these days. Lots of soldiers from many countries have gone ther


Ivy Park, the collaboration rollercoaster.

As yet another high street retailer attains a famous face in our Queen, Beyoncé, we check out whether it’s just your average endorsed collection hanging on the rails. Beyoncé is one of the modern day stars that puts everything and all into anything she creates. However, from the moment her album & tour ‘Formation’ was announced, she was met with some criticism. Ivy ...

Obama Visits Cuba

Barack Obama yesterday became the first sitting president of the United States to visit Cuba since 1928, and the only one to meet with its president on home soil since Fidel Castro came to power at the height of the Cold War. The president is accompanied by a host of American notables, including members of Congress and business leaders, despite ...

Rescuer in demonstration zapped by power lines as crowd watches on

Rescatistas en problemas, por no seguir con los procedimientos adecuados Posted by Emergencias con Materiales Peligrosos on Saturday, 5 March 2016   A video at an event in Argentina shows a rescue worker being electrocuted by power lines when zip-lining down a building. The electrocution happened when a rescuer was demonstrating how they rescue an injured person down a building. The footage shows ...

Afraid of heights? Bar and restaurant set to open on the side of a Mexican cliff

The Copper Canyon Cocktail Bar is currently  in its planning stages. But when constructed, it will stick in the side of a cliff, overlooking Basaseachic Falls, the second highest waterfall in Mexico. The design studio Tall Arquitectos, says it will span two levels with the first floor featuring a bar and dining room. In the middle the floor will be made of glass so you can ...

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