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Best Traditional Spanish Paella Recipe – Spain Travel Article

Best Traditional Spanish Paella Recipe Today David takes on the traditional Spanish paella recipe — paella Valenciana. While he doesn’t use rabbit or snails, the results are authentic and amazing!  Is there anything more Spanish than a good paella? At its best, traditional paella is the happiest thing you can do to rice. But the problem is: paella is rarely at its best. All too often, the paellas served across Spain are just bad copies of the real thing. They’ll blind you…

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Impact of Coronavirus in Iceland | Covid-19 in Iceland – Scandinavian Travel Article

Impact of Coronavirus in Iceland | Covid-19 in Iceland The coronavirus pandemic has surged worldwide and Iceland has also suffered from the disease. The infection rate of Coronavirus in Iceland is roughly 22 times greater than Australia’s. It now has the world’s highest rate of confirmed coronavirus cases that continue to spread due to its weather conditions.  Research has proven that heat and humidity can play a possible role in decreasing the effects of coronavirus in Iceland. But the sun’s…

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Where to stay in Menorca – Spain Travel Article

Where to stay in Menorca The beautiful island of Menorca is a true holiday paradise. Less popular and crowded than the neighbouring Majorca, Ibiza and Formentera, this small island is actually full of natural treasures, dream beaches and many activities. With a varied tourist offer, ranging from beach holidays, rural stays and active holidays, Menorca’s natural environment and its relaxing atmosphere are its main strengths.The island is relatively small (just 42 km long and 10 km wide on average) so it’s quite…

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HATS OFF TO PANAMÁ! …MORE THAN JUST A CANAL. – Travel Article

“Panamá, Panamá, where for art thou IS PANAMÁ“? I utilise parts of this famous Shakespearean phrase to describe this Central American country because hardly anyone I come across knows where it is! Do YOU?Basically, Panamá is the long strip of country which links North America to South America, separates the Caribbean Sea from the Pacific Ocean, is well known for its white, wide brimmed straw hats, the famous man made canal used for its bustling import/export sea trade and, more…

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Fireside magic and a young moose 08.03.2020 – Finland Travel Article

Fireside magic and a young moose 08.03.2020 Quite simply the fireside was the place to be tonight. The strong wind and wet snow was not so inviting. Though it did give the opportunity to demonstrate a little snow ball candle for our guests. The wind was dragging the cloud over the hill top and above us we could see it was trying to tear open the cloud. Oh how we wished it would! We took time though to share our…

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