Posts Tagged ‘travelers’

Minoan Labyrinth

In 1900, the 48-year-old Englishman Arthur Evans began excavations on the island of Crete. Much more than a case of science, former correspondent of the newspaper “Manchester Guardian” was inspired by the heroes of Greek myths and lines from the “Odyssey”: “The island of Crete is in the middle of the wine-colored sea … one [...]


Japan is an amazing country. It is often described as the purest, the most hospitable in the world, being closest to the edge of island.