India is home to some of the most amazing animals on the planet. The Indian National Parks need to be put on your bucket list as soon as possible! Pulicat Lake – Bird Sanctuary The Pulicat is a saline backwater lying on the border of Andhra and Tamil Nadu. It is the second brackish water … Read more Four Indian National Parks You Must Visit!
Ujjain is one of the most ancient cities located on the banks of the Kshipra river in Madhya Pradesh, India. It is also known by the names Ujjaini, Avanti, Avantika, and Avantikapuri. It is the only city in the world which houses one of the Lord Shiva jyotirlingas, is among the Saptapuris (Seven Sacred Hindus … Read more Ujjain, India – The Ultimate Guide!
If you are living in or visiting Mumbai then you can visit many of the markets in South Mumbai. There are plenty to choose from and you can pick up countless bargains! Colaba Causeway The Name Colaba, comes from Kolabhat, this word has been taken from the language of the Kolis, the original inhabitants of … Read more Markets in South Mumbai You Need to Visit!
India is not famous throughout the world for its beaches, but there are still some amazing beaches in India! Today we are looking at five of them that must be put on your bucket list! Kashid Beach The idea of an unexplored beach is undeniably tempting. Kashid beach attracts people who want to enjoy the … Read more 5 Beaches in India You Must Visit!
Evdilos is the second port of Ikaria and is situated in the northern part of the island. This is around 40 km northwest of the capital, Agios Kirikos. Its name in Greek means visible and freely rendered open horizon. Built amphitheatrically around the harbor, on the slopes of a hill, you can understand why Evdilos … Read more Evdilos (Ikaria) – The Ultimate Guide!
At the most eastern part of Ikaria lies the resort of Faros, also known as Fanari. It is located on a small plain, surrounded by some of the island’s best vineyards. Faros is approximately 13 km away from Agios Kirikos, the island’s capital and it’s connected with it by the highway. It takes its name … Read more Faros (Fanari) – The Ultimate Guide!
Agios Kirikos, or just “Agios” for the locals, is situated on the southeast coast of Ikaria and together with its surrounding hamlets (Agios Panteleimonas, Christos, Glaredes, Kountoumas, Panagia) has around 2.500 inhabitants. It is the capital and main port of the island, serving daily ferries from Athens as well as other parts of Greece. Being … Read more Agios Kirikos – Ikaria’s capital! Ultimate Guide!
Ikaria (or Icaria) was named after Icarus of Greek mythology, who fell into the surrounding sea when his wax feathers started melting once he approached the sun. If you never heard this story but can’t recall how you know this island, chances are that you were reading some articles about the “Blue Zones” of longevity. … Read more Ikaria (or Icaria) – The Ultimate Guide!
Mykonos Town, or Chora as it’s called by the locals, is one of the nicest and most charming towns in the Cyclades island complex. Built amphitheatrically, it has endless narrow streets, whitewashed houses with bright colored doors, windmills, churches, and terraces with flowers in full bloom. Put on the map by Aristoteles Onasis and Jackie … Read more Mykonos Town – The Ultimate Guide!
Monolithos is on the south-east coastline of Santorini, just below the airport and around 9 kilometers from the capital Fira. Its name means “single rock”, and it took its name from the large rock upon which the church of Agios Ioannis was built. The access to Monolithos is easy by car or taxi. The public … Read more Monolithos: Santorini – The Ultimate Guide!