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Thailand Without Tourists

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Thailand has become incredibly touristy in many places, and for an authentic view on the country, you will really have to go off the beaten track. Fortunately, Thailand without tourists is never really far away. Take a single bus with only Thai letters from a random provincial capital and you’ll be in places where people […]

Sun Holiday September For Little

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Well, that’s it. The summer. Even though the coming week seems to be nice again in the coming week, the real sun and heat are now leaving. Such a pity! Can a sunshine September make it even better for you? Read on soon, because I share a few of which you will not be depressed […]

Extremely Cheap Citytrip Budapest

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

A cheap city trip to Budapest is not so difficult to arrange for yourself. There are plenty of price fighters flying to Budapest and accommodation in this Eastern European city is still very affordable. However, an extremely cheap city trip to Budapest, as we did, is a bit harder, but there’s just a lot of […]

Why Vardzia Is Worth A Detour?

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Is Vardzia worth the whole city We wonder if we have a relative rest in Georgia after a few days of traveling in Kutaisi. Vardzia is not really on a logical route in Georgia, but a bit in a corner, near the Turkish border. The children are moving tired every few days after two weeks […]

Cheap On Holiday In The School Holiday

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Cheap on vacation during the school vacation, is that possible? Very honest: not in high season! Then affordable is your best option. High season are Christmas and the building. And Christmas may be more than the construction, especially if you want to go to the sun. There I came back last month, when I really […]

Bikaner Travel Guide Backstreet

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Bikaner is a busy, smelly city in the dry Thar desert of Rajasthan and one of the least visited major cities in this state. Anyone who takes the trouble to go to Bikaner usually comes for the beautiful Junagarh Fort, with its red-stone walls on the outside and exuberant splendor inside. Indeed Junagarh is definitely […]

5 Tips To Use Instagram As A Travel Guide

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Instagram we all know. It’s a great way to share your photos on what Starbucks missed your name, how wonderful the sunset in South Africa is and how to envy your followers while driving on a cable car through the Costa Rican jungle. But what you might not know is the fact that Instagram […]

South Africa Travel With Children Teenagers

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

More and more busy parents discover that traveling by South Africa with (small) children and teenagers is very fun. Children are curious and look at the world in a different way. In South Africa you combine an adventure trip with a relaxing holiday. We have made a separate website for South Africa traveling with children: […]

World Trip With Sailboat And Baby Interview

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Worldwide with a sailboat sounds exciting enough, but a world trip with the sailboat AND a baby? For many young parents a baby is already having enough adventure, even without traveling with their child. Joost and Ilse sailed around the world when they became pregnant. And instead of returning home, they sailed further, the world […]

Questions Before Departure Check Out The Webinar!

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Last week, Thursday, our colleagues Lotte and Judith stood for the camera (Read also: who are we? ). This is because many of our travelers leave for South Africa soon and we would like to answer their questions before departure. Nice but exciting! The result may be (I think) and is very useful. Are you leaving for South Africa soon and […]

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On Sea Safaris Kayaking Between Whales And Penguins

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

At South Africa and safari you may not think about the ‘Marine Big Five’ directly. Because next to the Big Five of land animals – the elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and leopard – South Africa also has a Big Five of marine animals! This consists of whale, dolphin, shark, penguin and fur robbery (a kind of sea […]

South Africa in the Rijks Museum

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Is a beautiful trip to Zulu’s land, the green Drakens mountains, the Big 5 and the impressive Cape Region on schedule or still on your travel list? Then this cultural activity (before) is a nice and good preparation! At the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is currently the exhibition ‘ Good Hope’. South Africa and the Netherlands from 1600 ‘ . It […]

Malaria-Free Travel Through South Africa

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

We hear from many travelers: what are the malaria-free areas in South Africa? And can we spot many animals there? Well, fortunately! In relative terms, there is only a small area in South Africa where it is recommended to swallow malaria...Show More Summary

Wandel freaks Attention: These Are The Nicest Hikes In South Africa

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

South Africa is famous for its breathtaking nature, but is it a hiking break? Well then you can pick up the most beautiful trails! So tie your laces and hike with us to the five most beautiful routes! 1. Robberg Nature Reserve Also worth the effort: the Robberg Nature Reserve , which is a few minutes drive from Plettenberg […]

Inspiration: The Best Books And films About South Africa

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

We are a fan of South Africa! We prefer to travel through the country, but if we can not, we would like to talk to you (we are lucky to sell South Africa is also our job) and talk in our free time we would rather like a good movie Or we read a book about […]

Week South Africa Inspiration Short Travel Routes

4 months agoHobbies / Origami : Origami Blog

Do you know that feeling to go for a while? The journey cycles are beginning to come back but the next vacation is not yet in sight or you have just a busy period. You see yourself lying on a sunny beach, but seeing something is nice too. Maybe a city trip? Cape Town! It is almost always sunny, a […]


"Ashurbanipal", by Saadya “ Strap your sword upon a hero's thigh... ” (Psalms 45: 3) In “Paper Heroes”, an exhibition at the Old Jaffa Museum, October 5 – December 30, 2017 This king is not my hero. But he is the hero of my hero.My hero is a Jewish poet who grew up in the 7th century BCE in Babylon, then moved to Jerusalem: one of the early Zionists. Show More Summary

Photos from International Summer School Bernau – Preliminary Course

I had a fabulous time teaching at the International Summer School Bernau, at the famous Bauhaus Denkmal Bundesschule Bernau in (wait for it) Bernau, Germany. It was an eye-opening experience and a real joy to teach something new to both the attendees and to people from the local public. Show More Summary

Fold Up a Jumping Origami Frog with LED Eyes

Press down on this origami frog and the LED eyes start to glow. Release it, and the frog will leap across the table (sometimes even flipping in midair). Read more on MAKE The post Fold Up a Jumping Origami Frog with LED Eyes appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

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