Traveling abroad should be a perfect opportunity to soak in a culture, enjoy different cuisine, and remind yourself that the world is an amazing, diverse place. Unfortunately, a lot of tourists engage in annoying and frustrating behaviors that give all of the well-meaning travelers a bad name. Do you live in a city that sees a lot of tourism? Do they ever drive you nuts? Here’s a look at 10 common problems that tourists create.
Origami is an impressive skill to have, and one that only few people really master in this world. Of course, someone had to take the concept of making art out of folded paper a step further, and that person is Ciro Wai, a Chinese artist. He decided to do it with Ferrero Rocher packaging.
You know how some actors and actresses are typecast as villains, or good guys, or henchmen? Well, the artists you’re about to see don’t have that problem, as they can play pretty much any role they’ve been given.
Joy Wilson, a self-taught baker from New Orleans, decided it would be a good idea to put Drake lyrics on cakes. E ven just looking at these amazing cakes – because they do look amazing – will make you instantly happier.
Here are eight civilizations that mysteriously went the way of the dodo bird.
If you want to be a so-called “influencer”, you need people – lots of people – to like your stuff on Instagram. To show you how it’s done, let’s take a look at the 15 most liked photos on Instagram.
2018 took us to the kingdom of Wakanda and showed us how Queen became the iconic, beloved band that they’re known as today. Hollywood seems to be nonstop when it comes to taking us to new worlds and giving us stories that we will cherish forever. Industry giants like Disney, 20th Century Fox, Paramount, and Universal studios won’t be letting up any time soon, and we’re grateful for that.
Canadian photographer Jess Bell decided she wanted to try out a new photography technique on some dogs belonging to friends and people she knew. The concept is pretty simple: throw some colored powder on dogs that either contrasts with their fur or matches it strongly, and let them jump. The result is incredible!
For this list, we’re looking at the safest countries in the world based on such factors as crime rates, political stability, civil order, and how cute pop music sounds in their language. That last one is a lie. Anyway, enjoy!
With India’s rich cultural background, it’s definitely one of the most mysterious and gorgeous countries in the world. And aside from food, customs, religion, language and all that good stuff, one thing you should not sleep on is India’s architecture.
When people plan a beach vacation, countries like Greece, Brazil and Australia often come to mind. But if you’re looking for a ridiculously affordable getaway and an opportunity to experience some remarkable cultural diversity, India should top your list. Most of these beaches are fairly relaxed and quiet, which makes them suitable for families and those who want to get away from human civilization.
I believe everyone would agree that one of the main ways Hollywood loves to get off is by turning good books into bad movies. There are exceptions and they are amazing, but today we’re talking about the very bottom of the barrel.
The hard part about sunsets and sunrises is trying to take a picture of one that perfectly captures that feeling. Where everyone else has pretty much failed in doing so, Ben Mulder has succeeded greatly.
Throughout our history there have been hundreds of astounding animals worthy of getting their own bronze statues but only few were immortalized in such a way. The rest will have to get by on some photos, name plaques, and mentions in the history books.
In tribute to all of the women who made Wonder Woman who she is, we’re come up with a list of 7 things that you might not have known about the Amazon Warriors.
Have you ever tried to doodle on photos or illustrations? I know I have, but Rohan Sharad Dahotre has developed a special skill – creating tribal avatars for the wildest of animals, making them look a bit more … human? This series of photos is called “animal doodles” and the artist created them to raise awareness about out furry, feathery, and scaly bothers.