A vacation doesn’t always have to involve the same old trip to the same old beach in the same old country. Whilst it’s nice to relax and unwind after a long year of working hard, so as to simply enjoy the summer break, it’s always nice to step out of your comfort zone every now and then. You might find it empowering to explore something or somewhere new and have an eye-opening experience, rather than simply spend your two weeks off from work sleeping on a lounger under the sun.
Next to water, tea is the most popular non-alcoholic drink in the world. There are millions who swear by its revitalizing properties, aroma and the unbeatable satisfaction a cup of tea gives. Most of us who reach out for our favorite cup are not aware that there are over a thousand varieties of teas in the world. So, where to go to have the best tea of your life?
As a jumping off point, here’s a rundown of two of the biggest countries on earth. With so much to see and so many miles to travel, distilling them down into a set of unique sights – let’s keep it at three for the sake of clarity – can be an arduous task. Nevertheless, it’s one worth doing – so here’s some ideas to get you started. To show how this method of seeing the unexpected can work, let’s investigate two countries that are vastly different from one another.