Switzerland - the most comfortable country for children to study abroad I guess I visited a lot of countries! After 50 countries, I lost count how many. But there are favorite countries that I come back every year, no matter how much I travel. One of the most popular is, of course, Switzerland. For...
THE UNIQUENESS OF THE COUNTRY AND MY IMPRESSION Ireland is called the emerald country for the dazzling greens of her landscapes. From Cork on the South to Belfast on the North and from Galway on the West to Dublin on the East, your gaze draws by so similar but at the same time unique landscapes...
Natalia Goncharova, Russian artist working in the technique of the avant-garde. Was born in Tula, Russia, in 1881, into an aristocratic family.Goncharova has done a tremendous amount of work, crossing the boundaries of art and design. Before the first world war, she lived and worked in Russia, then...
In 2005, I planned a trip to USA where we wanted to combine business meetings around USA with visiting of our Work and Travel program students in North Carolina and a family in Los Angeles. Back then, we were not very experienced travelers, and 16-day trip to US where we had to visit 9 cities,...
There is a difference in the knowledge of a new country and a new culture when you travel alone or in company. Traveling with someone, you give some of your attention to the person. When travelling, I have noticed how distracting even taking photos might be. When I look through the camera, I cannot...
Spain is my favorite country. Four seasons a year Spain is the best place for recreation, traveling around the country and outdoor sports, both in the mountains and in the sea. I like the Spanish temperament and the rhythm of life, I like noisy Spanish cityies where the noise level is the highest...
AUTUMN TOUR OF THE IRISH SCHOOLS It is September and that means it's time to hit the road. Tomorrow I am leaving for Ireland again to visit schools around Dublin. Irish schools are little known to our families. This is due to the fact, that are not many Irish schools, which allowed accepting...