Spent the night in caves and ate raw eggs: how a very thrifty tourist visited 18 countries for $7500

He traveled to 18 countries for just $7471. To cut costs, the thrifty tourist spent the night in caves, reports NewYorkPost. 21-year-old Robert Michelsen traveled alone across Europe for eight months and visited countries such as Portugal, Serbia, Croatia and Poland. He…

Pocket art: famous works of art have been reduced in size in Chicago

An exhibition of tiny works of art is taking place in Chicago. CNN tells you where and what you can admire. The exhibitions, scattered across sprawling convention centers, are often on a grand scale, with huge floor plans, major works of art selling for millions, dramatic installations and sometimes grand shows. Read...

XNUMX stunning US lavender farms that will take you to French Provence

Lavender fields turn Provence in France purple every summer and make us want to get on a plane and hit the road to enjoy the great sights and smells. But if a trip to France is not in your budget in…

Japan will give Washington another 250 sakura: they will be placed in the Tidal Basin

Japan is presenting 250 young cherry trees to the United States. They will replace those that are set to be destroyed this summer in Washington, D.C., as part of a construction project around the Tidal Basin, FoxNews reports. The gift was announced by Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Wednesday 10...

One way ticket: Musk detailed the plan to send the first people to Mars

SpaceX founder Elon Musk has confirmed that the first people to go to Mars will never return to Earth. They will have to dismantle their spaceships for the sake of valuable raw materials, Lifehacker reports. The businessman spoke about this during a presentation at the Texas base...

Harvard scientists have created a 'smart' liquid: what it does and why it is needed

Scientists at Harvard's John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed a programmable metafluid with tunable elasticity, optical properties, viscosity, and even the ability to transition between Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids, SciTechDaily reports. Lem's living ocean is no longer science fiction, but...

Grandmother of 12 grandchildren stood in the plank for 4,5 hours and set a world record

Donna Jean Wild, 58, broke the world record. She stood in the plank for 4,5 hours - much longer than any of the previous women, FoxNews reports. Donna Jean Wild is a mother of five children and grandmother of 12 grandchildren, originally from Alberta, Canada.…

'Living Desert' in Southern California: a place where you want to return

We all know and love Southern California for its pristine beaches, mild climate, and laid-back coastal towns. But there is another side to the state that is just as attractive but often underappreciated: the desert side. Only In Your writes about this...

We tested Google's AI recipe generator: this service helps you decide what to cook

Google's Food Mood will create a recipe for you using artificial intelligence. You can choose two different cuisines, and Google's experimental feature will return a recipe based on your preferences, LifeHacker reports. Google Arts & Culture is experimenting with artificial intelligence. The platform launched...

Xiaomi has released its first electric car: it breaks sales records

On April 3, Xiaomi, a well-known technology giant, officially began shipping its first batch of Xiaomi SU7 electric vehicles in China. Within 24 hours, about 90 orders for the car were received, Auto reports. Dubbed the "Chinese Apple Car", the SU000 has already arrived...

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