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The best Barcelona barrios for escaping the crowds

The best Barcelona barrios for escaping the crowds

(neighbourhoods) to explore away from the crowds. In the centre you’ll be jostling for space amongst tour groups, bicycles and selfie sticks; visit these areas, though, and you might be the only one there. Explore vast empty parks, visit Gaudí buildings where you won’t have to queue, admire spectacular city views, and get to know areas of the city even many locals don’t know. A group of young peop... »

Top 10 things to know before visiting Dubai

Top 10 things to know before visiting Dubai

Dubai is one of the most visited destinations in the world and home to a number of record-breakers, from the world’s tallest tower to the busiest international airport on the planet. Yet for all the city’s accolades, there are still plenty of misconceptions about the glitzy Gulf emirate. Here are 10 things you to know before you arrive. Foggy morning in downtown Dubai, United Arab Emirates. ... »

Florida’s Panama City Beach with kids

Florida’s Panama City Beach with kids

Panama City Beach, Florida has always been a popular destination for tourists, many of whom come to sunbathe on the beach during their spring or summer vacations. But there’s a wealth of fun stuff for families to do year round. Check these out next time you’re in town. Not that PCB has many rainy days, but should there be one, WonderWorks is a top spot for indoor fun. This unique ‘edu-tainment’ co... »

Outdoor adventures in Tyrol: where Italy meets Austria

Outdoor adventures in Tyrol: where Italy meets Austria

Characterised by towering peaks, gushing mountain streams and verdant Alpine meadows, the historic region of Tyrol spans the borderland between northern Italy and western Austria. It’s the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts, as there are a huge range of activities on offer, from hiking and biking, to rafting, horse riding and climbing. Historically part of the Holy Roman Empire and Austri... »

Rape rumble in Nollywood!

Rape rumble in Nollywood!

MeToo movement, the social media continuation of the ‘sexual misconduct backlash’ that toppled prominent Hollywood producers like the two-time Oscar winner, Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein seems to be rolling on the Nigerian movie industry, leaving in its trail, chaos, grief and sympathy.   Since last week, the movie industry has turned into a hotbed of mingled questions and chaos, followin... »

What to Stream This Weekend

What to Stream This Weekend

The content pile is vast and infinite, and you’ve got the whole weekend to decide how you want to slice it. We’re in the midst of the ever-intensifying streaming wars, and there are too many shows and movies to choose from, spread across too many video-streaming services. So we’re making it easier for you. Each week, the PCMag features team takes turns highlighting the streaming ... »

Peruzzi, Basketmouth, Uti Nwachukwu: When your posts come back to haunt you

Peruzzi, Basketmouth, Uti Nwachukwu: When your posts come back to haunt you

Social media can be a fun and vocal platform to express jokes, ideas, and debates on topical issues. However, the freedom of expression on social media has gotten many people in trouble. Celebrities have had their past come back to haunt them, as people uncover controversial social media photos, posts, or tweets.   A typical international example is American actor, Kelvin Hart, who fell victi... »

8 signs to know if a girl really loves you

8 signs to know if a girl really loves you

In what capacity will you see whether your better half or accomplice truly cherishes you? How would you know whether what she has for you is genuine love? Here are a few signs that may assist you with finding reality out. 1. She deals with you like a mother. You would know how much your sweetheart loves you dependent on how she deals with you. Her mom nature causes her to do everything to guarante... »

June 12 is now democracy in Nigeria

June 12 is now democracy in Nigeria

Democracy Day in Nigeria is being celebrated on the 12th of June this year. This is the first time the day has been marked on this date. And the change carries heavy symbolism for a country that’s known more years of being ruled by military men than by democratically elected leaders. Until last year the date on which Nigeria commemorated the restoration of democracy was May 29. But last year Presi... »

Lizzo calls out ‘fat-shamers’ on TikTok: ‘I’m not working out to have your ideal body type’

Lizzo calls out ‘fat-shamers’ on TikTok: ‘I’m not working out to have your ideal body type’

Lizzo is calling out her “fat-shamers” with a message on TikTok about body positivity and her ongoing health journey in response to those who speak negatively about her figure. Speak on it! Lizzo slammed body-shamers in a TikTok workout video, and her message deserves a round of applause. The “Truth Hurts” rapper took to her TikTok account on Tuesday, June 9, to shut down her haters and explain ho... »

Will we be able to flatten the climate curve?

Will we be able to flatten the climate curve?

As the world invests in post-COVID recovery, we need to make plans to manage the still dire effects of climate change. The curve has been all the rage of late, especially flattening it. Do a quick Google search and you will find no end to boldly named mathematical curves – from the flamboyantly coined Cissoid of Diocles to the more simply put but no less impenetrable Devil’s Curve. If ... »

Music to kill to’: Rwandan genocide survivors remember RTLM

Music to kill to’: Rwandan genocide survivors remember RTLM

Following the arrest of genocide suspect Felicien Kabuga, survivors reflect on the role of the radio station he funded. The office from which RTLM was broadcast during the genocide against the Tutsi [Kigali Wire/Flickr] When Felicien Kabuga, an 84-year-old former businessman from Rwanda, was arrested in France on May 16, the world was reminded of one of the darkest chapters in recent history. Duri... »

Nicky Minaj’s net worth 2020

Nicky Minaj’s net worth 2020

Net Worth: $100 Million Age: 37 Born: December 8, 1982 Country of Origin: Trinidad & Tobago Source of Wealth: Rapper/Actor Last Updated: 2020 Nick Minaj is a rapper, singer, and songwriter from Trinidad & Tobago. Although she was born in Trinidad, she spent most of her childhood in New York. With Nicki Minaj’s net worth being estimated at $100 million, she has made quite a name for herself... »

Travelling with your tastebuds: how to eat curiously

Travelling with your tastebuds: how to eat curiously

Globetrotters are increasingly planning overseas trips around edible itineraries. Sofia Levin is on a mission to encourage people to #EatCuriously both at home and on holiday, with every meal an opportunity to learn more about other cultures. As a food and travel journalist, I experience a different kind of FOMO – the fear of missing food. But it’s not trendy, celebrity-chef-owned restaurants or t... »

Rihanna’s net worth 2020

Rihanna’s net worth 2020

Rihanna has successfully translated her fame into various successful business ventures and deals. In 2015, she signed a $25 million contract with Samsung to promote their Galaxy line of products. Other brands she has worked with include Secret Body Spray, MAC Cosmetics, Budweiser, Armani, Dior, Cover Girl, Gucci, Clinique and River Island. In 2014 she became the creative director of the fashion sp... »

Piedmont’s top dishes and where to try them

Piedmont’s top dishes and where to try them

From its capital city, Turin, to its mountainous border nearing France and the Langhe winemaking zone further south, local restaurants in Piedmont are proud to serve all the region’s traditional staples. In this northwestern part of Italy, sweet hazelnuts, prized white truffles, super-lean beef, bold red wines and fresh egg pastas are signature Piedmontese ingredients – discover the best of the re... »

Where in the world to hang out with sharks

Where in the world to hang out with sharks

If you are a frequent ocean-swimmer, you’ve likely been accompanied by sharks and didn’t realize it. Why? Because sharks typically want nothing to do with humans. But what if you want a little up-close-and-personal time with these awesome animals? Sharks are absolutely crucial when it comes to having a healthy ocean environment. Luckily, supporting shark conservation comes in many different ... »

Magnificent Mustang: trekking Nepal’s mountain deserts

Magnificent Mustang: trekking Nepal’s mountain deserts

Magnificent Mustang: trekking Nepal’s mountain deserts BRADLEY MAYHEW Lonely Planet Writer 18 JULY 2019 If you decide to trek off the beaten path, be careful what you wish for. This insight hits me as my guide, Nyima, motions towards a steep, crumbling cliff and a flimsy looking line of yak-hair rope disappearing down into the abyss. This apparently is the only way down to the hidden Buddhis... »

Where to have an epic adventure in two weeks or less

Where to have an epic adventure in two weeks or less

The best adventures are experiences travelers hold dear for a lifetime and recount with reverence. They are trips you never forget and that become the standard by which all other adventures are measured. Epic adventures change you in some way, but life-list trips don’t require you to spend months traveling or mean you have to quit your job. Take these big-impact, worldview-changing adventures: the... »

Why the beloved California roll might actually be from Vancouver, BC

Why the beloved California roll might actually be from Vancouver, BC

Despite the name, the California roll first gained popularity outside of the United States in Vancouver, British Columbia. Though sometimes criticized as being ‘inauthentic,’ the roll was not only developed by a renowned sushi chef, but it also helped popularize Japanese cuisine around the globe. Catering to a new set of tastes After developing his culinary skills at a traditional Japa... »

10 reasons to visit Basque Country

10 reasons to visit Basque Country

Basque Country, in case you haven’t heard, isn’t like the rest of Spain. Proudly perched on the northern Atlantic coast, near the border of France, the fabled region – locally known as Euskadi or País Vasco – has its own language, its own culinary traditions, and a distinctive geographic and cultural landscape. From fairy tale-like villages and modern architectural landmarks to world-c... »

Top 20 free things to do in Nashville

Top 20 free things to do in Nashville

Like its infamous hot chicken, Nashville knows how to bring the heat. Even with its ambitious big-city plans, Music City retains the charm and gentility of a small Southern town. Despite its growing popularity, exploring Nashville doesn’t have to break the bank. From the wild honky tonks on Broadway to the scenic hiking trails along Radnor Lake, here’s our top free things to do in Nashville.... »

Top free things to do in Hawaii

Top free things to do in Hawaii

As one of the most isolated inhabited island chains on the planet – mainland landfalls are more than 2,000 miles in either direction – it’s rarely cheap to get to Hawaii, let alone to check off must-do bucket-list items across the state. Yet here in the land of aloha, free attractions, activities and events abound. That is if you know where to look. Here’s our top free things to do in Hawaii... »

What you need to know about interrailing in Europe

What you need to know about interrailing in Europe

Interrailing around Europe has been a rite of passage for travellers since the Seventies, when the Berlin Wall was still standing and Spain was a dictatorship. Much has changed on the continent since then, but the Interrail pass endures as the ultimate ticket to ride. We’ve got together everything you need to know before setting off on an interrailing adventure. What is an Interrail pass and... »

Singapore’s hawker centres: a beginner’s guide

Singapore’s hawker centres: a beginner’s guide

With their plethora of choices and chaotic pace, Singapore’s hawker centres can seem daunting at first. But with a bit of savvy, you can navigate the city’s famous fast-food palaces like a pro. Here’s a quick guide to the dishes and the best places to have a tasty meal. Before you head to the closest hawker stall, make sure to chope (save) yourself a seat by placing a tiny packet of tissues either... »

7 magical destinations for anybody fascinated by witches

7 magical destinations for anybody fascinated by witches

Witches and witchcraft have been both hated or revered throughout human history; loved as skilled healers or feminist icons, feared as handmaidens of the devil and practicioners of mysterious dark arts. As a result, witch lore pops up all over the world and sometimes in surprising modern day incarnations. Here are 7 destinations with a rich witchy history or a thriving tradition of mystic healing.... »

The Way You Hold Your Smartphone Can Say A Lot About You

The Way You Hold Your Smartphone Can Say A Lot About You

The Way You Hold Your Smartphone Can Say A Lot About You The statistics predict that there will be almost 3 billion smartphone users by the year 2020. Not only is this fact interesting from the point of techno-progress but also from the psychological side of things. This is because the way we handle, operate and navigate our smartphones can reveal many traits that you’d never expect. Look at the p... »

Kim Kardashian’s net worth 2020

Kim Kardashian’s net worth 2020

  Net Worth: $350 Million Salary: $80 Million Per Year Date of Birth: Oct 21, 1980 (39 years old) Gender: Female Height: 5 ft 2 in (1.59 m) Profession: Entrepreneur, Model, Actor, Businessperson, Fashion designer, TV Personality, Television producer Nationality: United States of America Last Updated: 2020 How much is Kim Kardashian Worth? Kim Kardashian Net Worth: Kim Kardashian is an America... »

Beyonce’s net worth 2020

Beyonce’s net worth 2020

What is Beyonce’s net worth?   Net Worth: $500 Million Age: 38 Born: September 4, 1981 Country of Origin: United States of America Source of Wealth: Professional Singer/Actress Last Updated: 2020 Beyonce Giselle Knowles Carter is an American dancer, singer, songwriter, businesswoman, and actress from Houston. She initially gained recognition when she became the lead singer of the R&B girl... »

Christo, the artist who wrapped the world, dies at 84

Christo, the artist who wrapped the world, dies at 84

Christo changed the way people look at the world’s most famous monuments and the way they engaged with the outdoors. People walking the ‘The Floating Piers’ by Christo and Jeanne-Claude on Lake Iseo in July 2016. Christo has died aged 84 [Filippo Venezia/EPA] Christo, the Bulgarian-born artist, best known for his monumental installations that wrapped some of the world’s mos... »

Hypocrites’: Bollywood actors slammed over George Floyd stand

Hypocrites’: Bollywood actors slammed over George Floyd stand

Same actors seen promoting products designed to make people’s skin lighter, or maintaining silence on domestic issues. People were quick to call Priyanka Chopra out on social media for previously promoting an ‘intense fairness moisturiser’ [File: Mustafa Yalçin/Anadolu] Several Bollywood stars have been labelled “hypocrites” after speaking out against racism to lend s... »

The best Prime Day deals for travelers in 2019 (UPDATED)

The best Prime Day deals for travelers in 2019 (UPDATED)

The big day is back – Amazon’s yearly sale extravaganza for their Amazon Prime members is going on July 15-16. Here are our favorite Prime Day deals so far. For the first time, Amazon has extended the sale to run a full 48 hours (Amazon stretches the meaning of ‘day;’ previous Prime Days were 36 hours). If you don’t already have a Prime membership, you can sign up for a fre... »

3 reasons to visit Argentina’s Patagonia National Park right

3 reasons to visit Argentina’s Patagonia National Park right

Along the wind-scoured Route 40, Patagonia looms large before the traveler. The Andes mark a jagged border with Chile and sparse settlements appear like mirages. This is Argentina’s Patagonia National Park, a region replete with ancient rock art, wild herds of llama-like guanaco and untrammeled trails. Those planning a trek around the toothy Fitz Roy Massif in El Chalten should consider this detou... »

Report documents severe damage to Syrian heritage and museums

Report documents severe damage to Syrian heritage and museums

The report that monitors looted antiquities says former Syrian defence minister moved thousands of relics to the UAE. Damaged artefacts stand inside the museum in the historical city of Palmyra [File: EPA] A joint report by German and Syrian organisations has documented severe damage to Syria’s historical heritage and antiquities. The report by the Gerda Henkel Foundation and the Paris-based... »

The best things in Schweiz are free: Switzerland on a budget

The best things in Schweiz are free: Switzerland on a budget

The mere idea of travelling around Switzerland on the cheap might make you roll your eyes in disbelief – after all, the nation regularly tops polls of the world’s most expensive countries. But with a little canny planning, some clever timing and a shrewd knack for cost-cutting, Switzerland’s million-dollar Alpine views, memorable rail journeys and big-hitting sights needn’t cost a fortune. Thrifty... »

The best free things to do in Chicago

The best free things to do in Chicago

While top attractions like the Art Institute and skyscraper-viewing boat tours cost a pretty penny, there are plenty of ways to experience Chicago’s art, architecture, blues and beer without spending any money at all. Here are 20 free things to do in Chicago for frugal travelers. Millennium Park You could spend the entire day taking in Millennium Park’s mother lode of freebies, especially in summe... »

How to spend a perfect weekend in Miami

How to spend a perfect weekend in Miami

With its close proximity to the Caribbean, Miami (distinct from nearby Miami Beach) stands at the crux of two separate worlds. The city – the sixth most densely populated in the U.S. – marries the frenetic energy of a thriving global metropolis with the languid pace of sun-soaked island life. A weekend in Miami means dipping into both worlds in a sometimes bewildering, but always irresistibly allu... »

Day trips from Seattle: the best of Washington State

Day trips from Seattle: the best of Washington State

Seattle has so much going on at any given time, you might never want to leave. But some of the best scenery, cutest towns and most picturesque backroads in the state lie within an easy day’s drive of the city and are well worth taking the time to visit. Here are some of our favorite day trips from Seattle. Mt Rainier National Park The drive makes this a bit of an investment for a day trip, but you... »

Vancouver’s best bookstores for a rainy day

Vancouver’s best bookstores for a rainy day

Western Canada’s biggest city is a browser’s paradise for rainy-day bookstore fans – and several intriguing new shops have cracked open their covers here in recent years, adding to a bulging bookcase of older independent favorites loved by dog-eared locals. Need some rainy-day refuges? Check out Vancouver’s best bookstores. New editions Bucking the idea that print is finished and e-reading r... »

Stellar views: stargazing in the Southwest USA

Stellar views: stargazing in the Southwest USA

The SouthwestFlagstaffStellar views: stargazing in the… Stellar views: stargazing in the Southwest USA MEGAN EAVES Lonely Planet Writer 16 JULY 2019 The deserts and wide open spaces of the Southwest USA are among the darkest places in America and offer some of the country’s best possibilities for seeing the Milky Way in all its glory. The arid climate is reliably clear in this part of the wo... »

Where to travel based on your favourite Rihanna song

Where to travel based on your favourite Rihanna song

With a gleaming career spanning two decades and eight studio albums (plus a ninth rumoured to be released in 2019), it’s impossible not to have a favourite Rihanna song. Drawing inspiration from a wealth of worldwide genres and cultures, Robyn Rihanna Fenty is a truly global artist, inspiring fans in all corners of the planet with her ever-evolving musical output. What you might not realise though... »

Celebrities – Zlatan Ibile & Hushpuppi In Matching Colours With G-Wagon

Celebrities – Zlatan Ibile & Hushpuppi In Matching Colours With G-Wagon

Celebrities – Zlatan Ibile & Hushpuppi In Matching Colours With G-Wagon: Who Rocked It Better? Ray Hushpuppi Nigerians are amazed by how quickly Ray Hushpuppi gained his wealth. Constant parties, private planes and luxurious cars, expensive drinks and fashionable clothes are the main attributes of his lifestyle. A lot of people are wondering if Ray Hushpuppi really earned this or if he m... »

Grammys announce new rules, address conflicts of interest

Grammys announce new rules, address conflicts of interest

THE RECORDING ACADEMY HAS ANNOUNCED SEVERAL CHANGES TO ITS GRAMMY AWARDS CATEGORIES, INCLUDING THE OFTEN-DEBATED BEST NEW ARTIST TITLE, AND HAVING NOMINATION REVIEW COMMITTEE MEMBERS SIGN DISCLOSURE FORMS TO PREVENT CONFLICTS OF INTEREST.   THE NEW RULES ANNOUNCED BY THE RECORDING ACADEMY WEDNESDAY WILL AFFECT THE 63RD ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS, WHICH WILL AIR LIVE ON JAN. 31, 2021.   THE BES... »

Best free things to do in London with kids

Best free things to do in London with kids

London may be an expensive city to live in, but there are plenty of places to visit for free. If you’re travelling with kids, however, all those headline historical sites and culture-packed art galleries aren’t likely to hold their attention for long. Fortunately, London has some spots that are perfect for little people. Here’s a guide to the best free things to do in London that kids ... »

Where to get off the beaten track in India

Where to get off the beaten track in India

With its rainbow-coloured palette of markets, mountains and monuments, India is the stuff of travel dreams. Ten million tourists visit every year, and numbers are climbing fast as more and more people fall for India’s temples and tigers, forts and forests, monasteries and megacities. But what happens when you tire of the Taj, grow jaded with Jodhpur or lose the love for Ladakh? The good news is th... »

Free things to do in Sydney with kids

Free things to do in Sydney with kids

AustraliaSydneyFree things to do in… Free things to do in Sydney with kids MONIQUE PERRIN Lonely Planet Writer 15 JULY 2019 There’s no getting around it – travel is expensive, and with kids along for the ride, the price can quickly skyrocket out of control. In Sydney though, there are plenty of fantastic, kid-friendly things to do that are entirely free. With an irrepressible love of the outdoors ... »

Otherworldly adventures for aspiring astronauts

Otherworldly adventures for aspiring astronauts

When you’re a kid smitten with the solar system, gravity sucks – all those planets to explore and no way to get there! To mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landings, here are some of the best out-of-this-world adventures – right here on Earth – for kids captivated by the cosmos. No jetpack required. With cloudless skies and virtually no light pollution, Earth’s driest non-polar desert is the u... »

The dos and don’ts of flying etiquette from a frequent traveller

The dos and don’ts of flying etiquette from a frequent traveller

Talking about manners on planes always makes me feel like a doddering inhabitant of Downton Abbey, gasping sniffily about how standards are slipping to my equally doddering friends. But let’s be real: these days flying is more akin to a local bus than a transatlantic voyage on the Queen Elizabeth 2, so comparing some notional golden age of travel when flying was only for the super rich is unfair. ... »

Beauty brands moving away from talc as US cancer lawsuits mount

Beauty brands moving away from talc as US cancer lawsuits mount

Chanel, Revlon and L’Oreal are the biggest cosmetics manufacturers quietly moving away from using talc in some products. Chanel, its makeup section at New York’s Nordstrom flagship store, has said it has removed talc from its loose face powder, but did not specify what it had been replaced with [File: Shannon Stapleton/Reuters] Chanel, Revlon and L’Oreal, three of the biggest bra... »

These 10 hotels and hostels were prisons in a former life

These 10 hotels and hostels were prisons in a former life

Historic prisons are fascinating, tragic and often macabre places, which is why those that have been converted to modern hotels and hostels make such interesting accommodation options. With this in mind, Lonely Planet has rounded up 10 former prisons around the world that you won’t want to be released from after serving time there. Have a drink at the Clink in Boston The Liberty Hotel is an iconic... »

Will Disney World’s park reservations system be a disaster?

Will Disney World’s park reservations system be a disaster?

Gated attractions across Central Florida’s hotbed of theme parks have been getting back to business this month, and this week it will be SeaWorld Entertainment unlocking its turnstiles after nearly three months of collecting rust. The operator of SeaWorld Orlando, Busch Gardens Tampa, and three adjacent water parks follows the reopening of Legoland Florida and Comcast’s Universal Orlan... »

Check out how much money this music videos made for it’s artiste

Check out how much money this music videos made for it’s artiste

When I would hear of and see artistes spend exuberant amounts of cash on shooting music videos, I always raised an eyebrow. the times of MTV, Trace, Channel O, and therefore the likes of those channels that streamed music videos are behind us. in fact variety of those channels still exist, but back within the day, these channels were really the sole way of hearing and seeing new music. The flashie... »

Meet Ronaldo’s Elder Brother José Dinis Aveiro

Meet Ronaldo’s Elder Brother José Dinis Aveiro

Cristiano Ronaldo’s Elder Brother José Dinis Aveiro Cristiano Ronaldo’s mother Maria Dolores dos Santos Aveiro has revealed how her footballer son saved his older brother Hugo from addiction and alcoholism. It is no news that Ronaldo’s father José Dinis Aveiro died from alcoholism when the footballer was 20-years-old. His mother has now revealed that the player does not drink, sm... »

Biography of Emoney

Biography of Emoney

Money bag CEO of 5 Star Music, Emeka Okonkwo aka E-Money, is known for his money spree galore that has been rocking the social media platforms of late. E-Money’s Biography (Age) Born Emeka Okonkwo in Ajegunle, Lagos, Nigeria, on February 18, 1981, E-Money got his nickname after he started throwing money around and demonstrating what a luxurious life he had. Some other people even refer to him as A... »

18 Actors Who’ve Played the Son of God

18 Actors Who’ve Played the Son of God

18 Actors Who’ve Played the Son of God Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert’ actor John Legend is just the latest in a long line of attractive gents to play the Messiah – joining Christian Bale, Victor Garber and Jeremy Sisto. NBC’s production of Jesus Christ SuperstarLive in Concert airs on Easter (April 1) this year, and with it comes a new leading man. John Legend will take on the role of Jes... »

10 Best Sites to Free Download Movies in HD

10 Best Sites to Free Download Movies in HD

1.FMOVIES.TO   FMOVIES IS ONE OF THE TOP SITES THAT PROVIDES RICH MOVIE RESOURCES FOR USERS. IT UPDATES FREQUENTLY TO PROVIDE MANY NEW MOVIES AS WELL AS TV SHOWS. ON FMOVIES, YOU CAN FIND ALMOST ANY MOVIE SERIES YOU LIKE EASILY SUCH AS MARVEL MOVIES, DISNEY MOVIES, ETC. FMOVIES ALLOWS USERS TO WATCH MOVIE ONLINE, OR YOU CAN ALSO DOWNLOAD THEM IN HD QUALITY FOR OFFLINE PLAYBACK. USUALLY, FMOVI... »

The 7 best rooftop bars in New York City

The 7 best rooftop bars in New York City

Whether it’s the beach, the greenery of the Catskills, or the quaint small towns to the north, for New Yorkers, summer in the city is all about escape. An extended getaway isn’t always in the cards, but spending time on a rooftop overlooking the skyline can be just as transportive – and if you’re visiting, you couldn’t ask for a better perspective. From sleek hotspots to hipster-friendly havens, h... »

These 10 hotels and hostels were prisons in a former life

These 10 hotels and hostels were prisons in a former life

Historic prisons are fascinating, tragic and often macabre places, which is why those that have been converted to modern hotels and hostels make such interesting accommodation options. With this in mind, Lonely Planet has rounded up 10 former prisons around the world that you won’t want to be released from after serving time there. Have a drink at the Clink in Boston The Liberty Hotel is an iconic... »

The natural way: why nude vacations are taking off

The natural way: why nude vacations are taking off

When you think you’ve seen and done it all and things just can’t get any better, what are you supposed to do? You do ‘it’ (whatever ‘it’ might be) in the nude. More and more people, it seems, are stripping off and enjoying life au naturel. Turn on the TV and you’ll find people trying to survive naked in the middle of jungles, looking for their perfect partner by... »

A guide to Copenhagen’s neighbourhoods

A guide to Copenhagen’s neighbourhoods

The image most often associated with Copenhagen is that of colourful buildings and tall ships lining the sparkling waters of Nyhavn. This beautiful and beloved spot in the the aptly named Indre By (inner city) is undoubtedly the most familiar area for visitors to the city. But look a bit further and you’ll discover Copenhagen’s other eclectic neighbourhoods, each with a personality all... »

How to swim with millions of sardines in Moalboal, Philippines

How to swim with millions of sardines in Moalboal, Philippines

Ever fancied donning your fins and swimming with millions of fish? I discovered a teeming tropical reef only metres from the beach in Moalboal, the Philippines, where I immersed myself in a hypnotic spectacle of seemingly infinite flashing silver sardines. The sardine run is a once in a lifetime experience – if you’re keen to act like Ariel for a day, read on to find out how. Why go to Moalb... »

Hidden Marrakesh: a guide to the city’s best-kept secrets

Hidden Marrakesh: a guide to the city’s best-kept secrets

Marrakesh is a city that fizzes with life, where the default-blue of the sky sings against peach-gold architecture. Whether it’s your first visit or your 15th, the technicolor souqs and the street theatrics of Djemaa El Fna, the city’s main square that’s perpetually filled with movement no matter the time of day, exert a magnetic pull. But there are many other surprises to discover in this m... »

The Best Scary Shows on Netflix

The Best Scary Shows on Netflix

While shining that flashlight under your chin is a special effect that has timelessly proven to amp up the scare-factor, letting blue TV light hit your face in a dark room can provide double the scare for half the effort. (Remember: Scare smarter, not harder.) These eerie Netflix series will keep you nail-biting straight through to the “Are You Still Watching?” Penny Dreadful Borrowing its name fr... »

Nollywood Producer, Lancelot Imasuen Faces Sexual Assault Scandal, Wife Reacts

Nollywood Producer, Lancelot Imasuen Faces Sexual Assault Scandal, Wife Reacts

Nollywood actress, Sylvia Oluchi has accused ace Nollywood Producer, Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen of sexual assault towards her on a movie set. This is coming just as several ladies have taken to social media to call out some top celebrities of allegedly raping them. According to Sylvia, Lancelot sexually assaulted her in 2008 during a film shoot. The actress made the disclosure in a WhatsApp group chat... »

If eventually you meet a woman with the following traits marry her without hesitation

If eventually you meet a woman with the following traits marry her without hesitation

Dating is a very complex issue when it comes to men, and they all date for different reasons, but one thing they all have in common, is that they want to get that one lady, tie the knots, settle down and have a family, but the biggest struggle to that is to find that suitable woman. So here are the traits to look for when searching for a woman to settle with: 1. Woman who is financial stable, and ... »

What are the 6 Secrets Women don’t want you to Know? 

What are the 6 Secrets Women don’t want you to Know? 

Ladies are incredibly clever, so touchy to the things of life, practically difficult to comprehend. They resemble book covers, the more you look the less you see.   Similarly as you can’t pass judgment superficially, ladies keep on staying a puzzle we attempt to find each day.   You can be with a lady for quite a long time and still can’t make sense of half of her musings, ch... »

Dinosaur graveyard found in South Africa by a shepherd

Dinosaur graveyard found in South Africa by a shepherd

This is the story of how a shepherd, a geography teacher and a pensioner helped unearth one of South Africa’s biggest discoveries of dinosaur bones. The shepherd, Dumangwe Thyobeka, stumbled across the dinosaur graveyard, with fossils up to 200 million years old, on a routine visit to his family’s burial place in Qhemega, Eastern Cape Province. “My great-grandparents are buried o... »

Why swedes leaves their parents home earlier

Why swedes leaves their parents home earlier

Swedes typically stop living with their parents earlier than anywhere else in Europe. But can leaving home at a young age have a dark side? F Fleeing the family nest is a rite of passage many teenagers dream of, yet it’s a luxury millennials and Generation Z across much of the Western world are having to wait much longer for. In the US, more young people are living with their parents than at any t... »

Before travelling from Lagos to Dubai consider all these

Before travelling from Lagos to Dubai consider all these

Dubai stays one of the most loved goals for Nigerian voyagers. With genuinely simple visa forms and generally closeness to Nigeria’s biggest urban areas, it’s no big surprise why this is so. »

Top 10 Places In The World You Can Not Visit Even If You Are The Richest On Earth.

Top 10 Places In The World You Can Not Visit Even If You Are The Richest On Earth.

Top 10 Places In The World You Can Not Visit Even If You Are The Richest On Earth. Yesterday I brought on this page ten places around the World where not everyone is allowed to Visit, but I didn’t conclude it in the post but today I’ll continue from where I stopped. 6. Ise Grand Shrine, Japan Japan has place of worship culture under control. There is evaluated to be upwards of 80,000 places of wor... »