Wales is perhaps most famous for one thing over and above all else. No, it’s not for having the longest name for any place in Europe, (Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch), but for the one thing that dominates the Welsh landscape more than anything else: sheep farming. In fact, 76% of the physical landscape is devoted to hill farming, and there are currently around four times as many sheep as there are people in Wales. The result of this colossal dependence on the agricultural industry, however, is ensuring Wales’s breath-taking countryside is minimally corrupted by constant industrialization and that the hiking options present...Read More
Author: Craig Taylor
Berlin Germany is fast becoming one of Europe’s only remaining bohemian hideaways. Young musicians, writers and creatives of all types flock to the city in their thousands each year, all to capitalize on the excitingly lucid sense of liberalism obvious in every corner of the city. A short stroll is all it takes for its free spirit to gently nudge you, reassure you, and guide you into the innumerable quaint bistros, cafes or boutiques; each with their gloriously charming nuances. A heavy LGBT community thrives in Berlin, expressing themselves at numerous festivals, carnivals and celebrations through the year,...Read More
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