Learning the Local Language: Speaking SiSwati in Swaziland, Africa

Most exotic place your career has taken you?

Heraclea Lyncestis was an ancient city in the kingdom of Macedon. Phillip II of Macedon founded it in the 4th century B.C. With the presence of Greeks and Romans throughout the Balkan Peninsula, each made their mark on Heraclea Lyncestis.

Most exotic place your career has taken you?

Walk China’s Great Wall

One thing you can do is buy a bike. Most people recommend Honda bikes, but there are many quality manufacturers. Many people who buy motorbikes to travel around the country will turn around and try to sell them to someone like you and the cycle continues.

Stop by the Citadella for Views

The region’s tropical weather allows Darwinians to spend a lot of time outdoors. The city’s market culture is thriving thanks to the several nationalities residing here. Asian, European, and local gastronomies are well represented at the local food markets, which gives everyone the chance to sample several types of foods in one place. All markets are free to enter and great for people of all ages.

Stop by the Citadella for Views

Total Experience: Caked in Akumal Beach

It was then that he branched into preparing home-cooked meals like beef stew and lentils with rice. With a small kitchen and resistant focus for someone his age, he serves dozens of hungry local businessmen, students, tourists, and families each day. The food is affordable and pleasantly appetizing. Come straight from the beach if you like — this is informal dining at its best.

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Health issues: Rwanda is a yellow fever zone. The CDC recommends getting the vaccine before traveling to Rwanda. In fact, the government of Rwanda requires proof of yellow fever vaccination for all travelers over 9 months of age. Other countries may also request the proof of vaccination within 6 months of traveling to Rwanda. Additionally, the CDC also recommends Hepatitis A and Typhoid vaccines for travel to Rwanda. Malaria is not uncommon. Consult with a travel clinic to see which malaria prophylaxis treatment is right for you. If you wish not to take malaria medication, please note that it is not required to travel to Rwanda. Many travelers cannot tolerate the side effects of malaria pills and instead opt to protect themselves by wearing long sleeves, long pants, and using mosquito repellent.

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Adega do Emilio (Ourense)

After speaking with some friends of mine who’ve traveled with their kids before, we went out to get Melina some toys to keep her busy on the flights and when we’re “home.” These include a rattle ball, a couple of soft toys, toy phone, puzzle book, bath toys, and her favorite stuffed animal Violet who sings and says her name.

Madrid’s Royal Palace

A wonderful side trip for individuals seeking to escape the coastal”surfer scene,” the road is famous not just for its floral pops, but also for the charming colonial cities, lagoons, and waterfalls that dot its 20-mile stretch.

Madrid

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David’s Been Here is in Casablanca, Morocco, touring all the top sites and main attractions of the city. In this video, David heads to the Hassan II Mosque. Towering over the city, this mosque’s minaret is the tallest in the world at 689 ft. and is the seventh largest mosque in the world, fitting 25,000 people inside. Tour around the exterior of this breathtaking religious structure, or head to Casablanca to experience this Moroccan icon first hand. Production by Carlos de Varona from Chromahouse

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Perched high above the center of Ruse is the beautiful Leventa complex. It’s hard to miss this restaurant/winery since it sits just under the television tower. Leventa became a restaurant in 1972, but its beginnings are steeped in history. The building once formed part of an Ottoman fortress – it’s location chosen for being the highest vantage point in the city. But it wasn’t until 2005 when the property was completely renovated, that it was transformed into a dramatic, elegant space for special events, wine tastings, and tasting menus. A tour through the complex reveals several themed dining halls, each representing a different era in Bulgarian history (Thracian, Medieval, Ottoman, and liberation). Leventa not only serves delicious Mediterranean fare, but it is also a formidable producer of wine (over 80,000 bottles produced each year). By pre-arranging a visit, visitors can have a lovely tasting menu paired with wines. Recommendations: Veal meatballs, barbeque homemade sausage, pork loin with potato puree, sautéed catfish with zucchini and tempura shrimp. Average price per plate is 15 – 20 BGN. WATCH VIDEO