Why are most men obsessed with watching sports? What is the secret behind leading a long and healthy life? Why are most records meant to be broken? These are questions that many of us have probably asked at some point. Turns out that the answers to these questions can be given by Sports Science. Watching sports for example has been linked with the release of high amounts of testosterone and dopamine, which is why more men are fond of watching sports. The secret to longevity can be attributed to indulging in moderate amounts of physical activity on a daily basis. Finally, the saying that "Records Are Meant To Be Broken" is true because of a number of reasons including improvements in science and technology over time.
Whether traveling for a vacation or on an expedition one rarely cares to check whether the destination of travel happens to be listed among the worlds rudest countries. While all people belonging to a particular country cannot be typecast as having the same personality there are certain places where the general perception of outsiders of the country's native people is largely negative. Surprisingly some of the worlds rudest countries are host to some of the most popular cities in the world. Lets have a look at the top four that make up this list and some reasons why they have this dubious distinction.
Before there were mainstream celebrities from the world of entertainment, sportsman, politicians, music artists or celebrity CEO's there were explorers and travelers. People like Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, Vasco Da Gama, Amerigo Vespucci and in more recent times Neil Armstrong and Edmund Hilary have cemented their names in history for eternity as a result of their achievements and discoveries. In the second decade of the 21 century with seven billion people spread across each and every corner of the globe, it is perhaps next to impossible to discover any new place on earth. So what do people who are explorers and travelers at heart do to live their dream, specially during their youth and middle age years?
Those of us who are native English speakers often feel proud of the fact that we can speak one of the most widely spoken languages in the world and that it will come to our rescue, no matter where in the world we are. Unfortunately, that is not always the case specially in continental Europe. Not only do many people not speak English in Europe, they positively look at the language with disdain. The good news is that Europeans also instantly warm-up if they see a visitor make an effort with their language. So before leaving on that European adventure, invest in learning a few stock phrases in the local language of the country. It will make life much easier for you and help you get the most out of your trip.
Its Summer season in the northern hemisphere and if there is any place on earth which is almost like paradise this time of the year it's Europe. With almost 16 hours of sunshine, warm climates and plenty of beer its a period that is looked forward to by both European natives and tourists. If you're one of the lucky few visiting the continent for a quick vacation then here's how you achieve a feat that some people only dream about: breakfast in France, lunch in Switzerland and dinner in Italy
What one event happens when any of these events take place? A Birthday, entering a new house, passing an examination, getting a better job, getting a promotion, getting married, new year's eve. The answer is PARTY, and just like any other human activity, a party too needs to be held at the right place and should have