Czechs are proud of their country and especially of the capital city of Prague. Here, I have collected some unique facts about the Czech Republic that you may don’t know. Enjoy!
Prague has many places that serve delicious Indian food. Recently, I took a short trip to Prague from Brno. As I was very hungry, I was looking for some good Indian restaurant near me, and I came across this really nice Indian restaurant, which was just on a walking distance from the bus station (Florence). It’s Indian by Nature on Pernerova street 478/1, 186 00 Karlín.
Many of us require a daily dose of caffeine to survive a hectic day and to make the most out of it. For some people, a simple instant coffee will suffice as long as it’s effective, whereas others require a special grind, sort and certain way of preparation. Luckily, if you live in Brno, your options are limitless. The Brno coffee scene offers a wide variety of different cafes: from small coffee shops to noisy and lively bars. Here’s the list of the top 8 cafés we recommend you visit while you’re staying in Brno!
This June has prepared something very special for us: a performance of Maori cultural group. The group takes its origin in New Zealand. This year, they celebrate 155 years since first Czechs arrived to New Zealand and settled in a town called Puhoi, located in the Northern island. Their performance is truly unique and filled with traditional dance and songs and will take place at ArtBar Druhý Pád on June 4. Below you can read a short interview with Frank Tomas Grapl, the leader of native Maori cultural performance group Whakaari Rotorua.
Rodney Hypolite is an unbelievably inspirational speaker who is currently living at Domeq residential house in Brno. Born in England and raised in the Dominican Republic, this man is a unique blend of motivation, positive energy and hard work as he trains and mentors people in trading, money management and creating long-term wealth.