My fondest holiday memories so far are from when I travelled to Rome. Once I made it to the hotel, I chucked my bags on the bed and just went out for a walk, and my first stop was a restaurant (naturally, I love food). The food in Italy is amazing. Even if you just have a pizza, it tastes so much better out there. I won’t even go into how much I loved the ice cream because words cannot do it justice.
We went on a lot of tours while we were out there, but the one that stands out has to be Vatican City. It was one of those tours where you didn’t really listen to much of what your tour guide said, because you were too busy looking at everything and taking all the amazing things in. I took pictures of everything, even down to the floor tiles just because I didn’t want to forget anything.
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On New Year’s Eve, you might make a resolution and hope for a fantastic year ahead, but did you know in some cultures that they eat specific lucky foods to welcome the new year?
Kallikantzaroi: Greek Christmas goblins
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Karavaki: The Greek Christmas boat
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Noche de Rábanos: Mexico’s Night of the Radishes
I am all for a vegetable, especially if it’s a funny shape, but would I dedicate an entire evening around Christmas time to celebrate said vegetable? No, probably not.
Finland’s obsession with saunas
It turns out; visiting a sauna is an integral part of Finnish culture.
The UAE’s beauty contest… for camels
I feel like the camel has a lot of beauty standards to live up to and I am a little worried about their self-esteem.