Festivals and Events in Sao Tome & Principe

Although São Tomé has a rich and diverse culture, there are not many festivals to this effect. However, there are many public holidays which travelers should take note of, such as Independence Day, which celebrates the nations hard-fought sovereignty, and Labor Day, which commemorates all of the workers who have made the country great. On these days, the country generally shuts down and public amenities are closed.

Politics of Burkina Faso

The Politics of Burkina Faso takes place in a framework of a presidential republic, whereby the President of Burkina Faso is both head of state and head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government.


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A wellness vacation doesn`t have to mean rigorous exercise and extreme dieting.

Mountain flight in Nepal

by old Best Country / March 21, 2014 | 03:35

Nepal is Himalayan country, including Mt. Everest which is highest mountain in the world. Out of fourteen highest mountains, eight mountains are in Nepal. Mountain flight is the best option for those travelers who missed or unable to the trekking expeditions due to lack of time & physically fitness. The experience of flying over the snow capped mountains is incredible. Wherever the eyes turn you will see the huge stretches of white paradise. The total chill that runs through your spine will leave the real chill far behind.

Five great European cities for Christmas markets

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Picture the glow of medieval squares illuminated by thousands of sparkling lights. Imagine gingerbread-style stalls where artisans offer traditional crafts that threaten to banish gifts of boring neckties and fruitcakes for eternity. Marvel at iPod-toting children falling under the spell of low-tech charms like wooden toys, ice rinks and vintage merry-go-rounds.

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