From roller skating through the city streets to decorating mango trees, we give you the best hot spots this Christmas.
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It’s December, another month in another year, but some things remains the same: Christmas. This old tradition has been around in Britain since the Victorian age and is celebrated by over 2 billion people worldwide. But even so, traditions vary immensely from country to country. Did you know that some children receive their presents from a witch riding a broom? Or that some people prefer to roller-skate to church?
To many people, Christmas is reminiscent of family meals, gift giving, and good food. While most dishes eaten at Christmas are typical of the season and country they are found in, there are a few staple dishes one cannot miss… and a few odd ones, too!
Christmas carols are all well and good, but if there’s one thing Christmas can have too much of, it’s cold and gloom. If you’re already tired of your gloves and scarf, head over to a sunnier destination for the holidays. You’ll still have to come back to your good (c)old home, but at least you’ll have a tan!
Treat yourself to a Christmas getaway and buy your presents from somewhere different. Pick up a glass of mulled wine, enjoy roasted nuts and festive food bites and take a look at the many stalls booming with handmade gifts. What are you waiting for?
To some people, Christmas without snow is unthinkable, so if you want a white Christmas, this list is for you! Here are five traditional destinations with a festive spirit to them for you to spend a merry Christmas. Weather is fickle and snow may not occur every year for these towns, but we assure you at the very least a proper Christmas cheer!
It tis the season to be jolly… Christmas is usually a time that we spend with our nearest and dearest. However, for a minority of us we’re stuck in no-man’s-land, frozen between realities; we are nomads who have no firm reason or expectations to leave the beautiful oasis of traveling to be reunited with our family.