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When are the next Olympics and where will they be held?
If you’ve been glued to the television watching the 2020 Tokyo Olympics then this question must have popped into your head at some point: When are the next Olympic Games? Indeed it is a very different atmosphere than ever before but the prospect of uniting cultures and the potential of travel is both comforting and nostalgic. Watching the Olympics is an experience like no other, whether it be screaming at the TV in the comfort of your own home or watching from the stands. So when is the next Olympics? And which city will host the next Olympics? If you’ve got the Olympics on your mind, read on to find out who will be the future host cities of the Olympic Games until 2032. Here’s where the 2020, 2022, 2024, 2026, 2028 and 2032 Olympics will be held.
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Sydney Solstice: new winter festival 8 - 20 June 2021
Sydney Solstice 2021 is Sydney's newest winter festival event that promises to be an extravaganza of world-class food, music, entertainment, arts and culture. Running from 8-20 June 2021, the two-week long festival will take place in four major precincts of Sydney and their surrounds, including the CBD, Darling Harbour, Oxford Street and Newtown.
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Everything You Need to Know About the Chinese New Year
If you live in America or any other country outside of Asia, then you’re probably used to a particular kind of New Year celebration. For you, each new year begins on the 1st of January and is often hailed with fireworks, the dropping of a giant ball in New York City, and cheers. For many people from the West, this is the end of the New Year’s celebration, and you probably won’t think much about th
TripBlog18 Jul 2019 0 9,347
Where to Experience Chinese New Year
Towards the end of January, a palpable excitement takes hold in places like China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. The Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations are a time of great joy and precipitate the world’s largest annual human migration. Hundreds of millions of Chinese people leave major cities to return home to smaller villages or provincial towns. The journey is joyous as people fill all manner of transport, eager to return home to see parents and children. Lunar New Year is central to Chinese cultural life, yet what are the holiday’s major characteristics? Where can you go to experience the festivities for yourself? This short primer will provide some answers to these questions and should, by the end, have you anxiously awaiting your own Red Packet!
Love.Trip13 May 2019 0 5,052
Songkran: Thailand’s Wet and Wild Festival
For most people, New Years evokes memories of large celebrations. Perhaps it’s watching the ball drop in New York’s Times Square, perhaps it’s the fireworks from Sydney Harbour Bridge. In Thailand and other places throughout Southeast Asia, New Years is an excuse to have a massive water fight. Thailand’s traditional New Years festival, known as Songkran, is observed every year from April 13-15. To understand Songkran is to gain an appreciation of Thailand and Thai culture. In this travelogue, we explore the traditions around Songkran and delve into some recommendations for great places to participate in the festivities. Make sure you’ve got a change of clothes, because we’re going to get wet.
Love.Trip13 May 2019 0 3,468
Rovaniemi: Santa's Home on the Arctic Circle
Picture yourself standing in a quiet field. Snow crunches underfoot as you shift your weight, gazing towards the heavens. Your breath forms a frosty mist in the air. In the distance, a dogsled pulls its passenger over the frozen fields. Slowly, almost imperceptibly, the skies above begin to glow. Great rivers of color swirl high overhead and soon the entire sky appears on fire; an eerie greenish light casting shadows far below.
Love.Trip22 Mar 2019 0 8,790