Going on a trip to Sri Lanka, we are not only looking for beautiful hotels and clean beaches. We want to learn more about the world and better understand ourselves. Therefore, we suggest you familiarize yourself with the traditions and customs in Sri Lanka in order to better understand this beautiful exotic country.
Greetings in Sri Lanka
The traditional greeting in Sri Lanka is a small nod of the head, which is accompanied by folding your hands in a traditional prayer gesture. Usually greeted by older people. Such a greeting is obligatory in temples and monasteries. In everyday life, modern Sri Lankans greet us with the usual handshake. Continue reading
One of the largest cities in North America is Mexico City. There are not only more than 20 million inhabitants, but also many places of interest for tourists. It is a city of adventure and contrast, loved by many travelers.
In the center of Mexico City, tourists will find what they like in megacities: centuries-old history, impressive museums, chic restaurants, attractive hotels, wonderful architecture and friendly locals.
Take a closer look at the authentic Mexican culture from the center. Here you can feel the real spirit of the city.
According to many, Puyol has not in vain remained the best restaurant in Mexico City for 10 years and can even compete with the best institutions in France and Italy.
The world famous chef Enrique Oliver creates real culinary masterpieces based on local Mexican dishes. (For example, have you heard about liquid quesadillas in the form of a shot?) Try culinary art from local high-quality products in a restaurant with an unobtrusive, minimalist design. Each visitor can feel like a celebrity or a movie star. Also, wine connoisseurs will taste authentic drinks from local raw materials. Continue reading
SIGHTSEEING Mahe Island is the largest island (150 sq. Km.), As well as the economic and political center of the country. 90% of the population live here and the most modern Seychelles International Airport is located.
Victoria is one of the smallest capitals of the world, the only major port of Seychelles and the only city in the country – any other settlement in the archipelago, whatever its name, is essentially a village. The capital of the island and the whole archipelago attracts tourists with its many Creole restaurants, souvenir shops and shops, traditional houses with marquises and openwork balconies, art galleries, colorful fruit and vegetable markets. The city is surrounded by green coconut trees (although recently modern and almost green-less neighborhoods have been growing rapidly), it is surrounded by cinnamon plantations, and from the peaks of the nearby hills of Signal, Crave-Coeur, Niol and the Three Brothers mountains (699 m. ) a fantastic view of the other islands of the archipelago. Continue reading