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Want to join Russia´s (virtual) space project? – Now could be the right time

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Last year was quite an eventful time for our happy little office. Amongst many light-hearted events and team-building exercises involving fancy-dressed bowling, trivia quizzes and soccer competitions, every now and then, we sat… Continue reading

A new era for Indigenous languages in Australia?

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Every year, on the 26th of January, we celebrate Australia Day. We enjoy a day off work and we gather at friends´ places to share the symbolic BBQ with family and friends, we… Continue reading

No-mad´s planet landscapes on Facebook

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For the past four months No-mad has been busy sharing inspirational and thought-provoking images on our Facebook page.  For those of you who have not yet had a chance to visit us on Facebook,… Continue reading

No-mad´s chilling out moments on Facebook

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For the past four months No-mad has been busy sharing inspirational and thought-provoking images on our Facebook page.  For those of you who have not yet had a chance to visit us on… Continue reading

..of white eggplants, sweet tomatoes and dry white wines – Feasting all your senses in Santorini

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Ok, chef hat is on. It´s been a while and I´m a bit rusty to be honest. In fact, I have not approached a stove or a cooking utensil for over three years. Not… Continue reading

Bhutan´s intimacy with nature and all things happy

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Until recently, there were hardly any mentions of Bhutan in the media. No surprises there – Bhutan is a simple, peace-loving nation of farmers wedged in between India and China that just wants… Continue reading

A few good reasons to hide out in Serifos (apart from dodging Cyclops)

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Picture the Barcelona of the early seventies – four persons in one of the many 50 m2 apartments built in a concrete jungle for working classes – a place a little hard for… Continue reading

Spain, the healthiest country in Europe (¿?), on a shoestring

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A massive release of data published this week in the medical journal Lancet brands Spain as the healthiest country in Europe. The data was collected over a 20 year period and studied 187 countries… Continue reading

Accent on Japan´s treasures and its people

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Japan always brings a smile to my face. I´m not sure why. It´s kind of a natural reaction, some sort of biological phenomenon that afflicts me since very young. You say Japan, I… Continue reading

Is Tuscany really all that green?

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The Tuscan countryside is the type of landscape most people´s dreams are made of. Undulating green hills,  century-old towers and narrow cobblestone paved villages,  sunflower fields, traditional cuisine –  ingredients that have made Tuscany… Continue reading