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Are you planning your next trip and not sure what destination to choose? Want to skip crowds when island hopping in Thailand or avoid school break season in Southern Europe? Or you can only take your vacation in February but want to enjoy the sun and the beach (Northern Hemisphere talking here)?
Rainy seasons, cyclones, cold water temperatures or unbearable heat should not ruin your plans. So it's always good to be prepared in advance and adjust your vacation plans respectively.
For those of you who don't want to miss on sakura blossom in Japan, northern lights spotting or lupine season in New Zealand I created this month by month travel calender with an idea to help plan your travels.
Rotorua - New Zealand's geothermal paradise is famous not only for it's hot springs, but for maori culture as well. One of the best places to learn about Maori lifestyle and traditions as well as whitness the power of Mother nature is Te Puia. One can spot errupting geysers and walk the beautiful Whakarewarewa geothermal valley in less than a day.
Russia is expecting lots of guests for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. A huge event which rises a lot of questions for visitors in many terms - safety, country open-mindedness and accessibility being some of the most important.
Being a holder of Russian passport and spending at least 1 month per year in St-Petersburg, my hometown, by no means am I going to give you in this post an overview of the whole Russia. But I will try to give you some insides into the mysterious "Russian soul" as well as some general tips of what you can expect when visiting this controversial country.
I believe that living for the past 10 years in Europe and traveling around the World gave me an opportunity to have a view on Russia from the outside.
If this is your first time traveling to Russia, than "A beginners guide to Russia" may be of use and interest to you.
Whitsunday Islands is a very popular destination for visitors mainly because of the Great Barrier Reef and Whitehaven Beach. It is popular for a reason - if you google the photos you will see that the area looks like a paradise on Earth - turquoise waters and white sand with juicy green islands in between.
But the area is often frequented by cyclones, the last one, Debbie, taking place in spring 2017. It had a severe impact on the Whitsunday islands and the Great Barrier Reef and wiped away vast areas destroying some of the islands infrustructure and flora.
Taking photos with your phone is easy and convenient. I use my Iphone all the time when I need to capture something fast. I know that most of you do the same. I also know that many of you are not quite content with the outcome quality - yellowish, overexposed, blurry photos are not what you want to show your friends or post on your social media channels.
So let me share with you 5 simple tips on taking better photos with your phone.